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  • 2014 Commonwealth Short Story Prize open for entry
  • Muslim and American
  • 16 candidates in the run for IISR management committee elections
  • Jordan civic elections
  • UN approval must for military intervention: UN Syria envoy
  • Obama says Syria, Egypt decisions near
  • ‘Pakistan, a gift from Allah’- Jamaat-e-Islami
  • Terrorism should be confronted, says Saudi Arabia
  • Nine Afghans killed in bombing near Indian consulate
  • End Islamist sit-ins, Egypt cabinet tells minister
  • Another fake US varsity closes leaving Indian students stranded
  • Pakistan calls for Mohammed Morsi’s release
  • Train crash: Spain to observe three days of mourning
  • Detroit bankruptcy raises red flags in other US cities
  • 5.2 magnitude earthquake jolts Pakistan
  • 6.8-magnitude quake near New Zealand
  • US drone strikes unpopular across globe: Survey
  • Explain CBI ex-officer’s statement: Pakistan to India
  • Islamist leader sentenced to death in Bangladesh
  • US drone kills three in Pakistan
  • The text of Malala Yousafzai’s speech at the United Nations
  • Brotherhood not to take part in Egypt’s transitional politics
  • UAE’s PM launches campaign to clothe 1,000,000 kids
  • Bhutan votes for a change in power
  • US dollar behind Morsi’s ouster!!
  • Qaradawi’s fatwa- must support the Egyptian elected President Morsi
  • ‘ElBaradei not confirmed as Egypt PM’
  • Military failed to “SAVE THE NATION”-Death toll in Egypt’s clashes rises to 32
  • Sri Lanka plays down interaction with India
  • Egyptian army suspends constitution, apex court chief to head nation
  • MORSI OVERTHROWN! COUP D’ETAT IN EGYPT
  • EU demands explanation after reports of US spying
  • Mandela’s health improving, but still critical: Presidency
  • Afghan presidential palace attack ends, four rebels killed
  • UN offers help for Uttarakhand disaster
  • Berlusconi sentenced to jail over sex with teenager
  • US whistleblower Snowden leaves Hong Kong
  • Obama proposes further US, Russian nuclear arms cut
  • US top court rules voters don’t need citizenship proof
  • India-born Amol Rajan is editor of London’s The Independent
  • Hassan Rouhani becomes Iran’s new president
  • UN chief concerned about Israeli settlements in West Bank
  • If useful, my successor could be female: Dalai Lama
  • Unacceptable if US found violating Indian privacy laws, says India
  • After Saudi Arabia, Kuwait wants to reduce expat workers
  • Champions Trophy: West Indies beat Pakistan by two wickets
  • New radiation techniques to treat brain tumours (June 8 is World Brain Tumour Day)
  • Bangladesh lifts restriction on political rallies
  • EU urges Israel to stop settlements actives
  • Sharif’s party strengthens  in the National Assembly to 186
  • Japanese scholar gets Padma Shri from PM
  • WHO targets illnesses caused by bad habits
  • Israel cancels UNESCO delegation’s visit
  • 51 killed as powerful tornado slams Oklahoma City
  • Governments failing to protect minorities, says US
  • Libya seeks India’s help in democratic transition, economic rebuilding
  • Russia protests to US over spy
  • New Orleans Mother’s Day shooting injures 19
  • Nawaz Sharif invites Manmohan Singh to Pakistan
  • Nawaz Sharif set to lead Pakistan for third time
  • Nawaz Sharif’s party leads in Pakistan polls
  • Pakistanis brave terror threat, turn up to vote
  • Washington and Moscow trying to square a circle in Syria
  • Abdullah apologizes to Sanaullah’s family
  • Pakistani prisoner Sanaullah ‘extremely critical’
  • Chinese Premier underscores support for Palestinian cause
  • Egyptian PM survives attack on his motorcade
  • BRICS: Changing the paradigm of international relations
  • Prosecutor in Bhutto Killing and Mumbai attacks assassinated in Pakistan
  • Indian workers in Saudi Arabia can regularise visa status
  • No conspiracy behind Sarabjit attack, says Pakistan Punjab CM
  • UN regrets anti-rape law not reflecting Verma panel views
  • 13 killed in Saudi Arabia floods
  • US religious body concerned over Modi entry into US
  • Polls will be held May 11, assures Gen Kayani
  • Israeli settlers turn violent in West Bank
  • Is China expanding its ‘core interests’?
  • Syria’s insecurity to jeopardise entire region: Ahmadinejad
  • Saudi Arabia to replace expatriate workers with locals
  • Muslim Brotherhood in Syria to the World: Time to Intervene to End Horrific Massacres
  • Egypt Muslim Brotherhood Statement Condemns Iraqi Government Use of Violence
  • Obama vows probe into use of chemical weapons in Syria
  • Impasse continues over India-China border dispute at Ladakh
  • Quake in SE Iran killed at least 5 in Pakistan, in addition to 40 in Iran-Iranian TV
  • Shortlists announced for 2013 Commonwealth literary prizes

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