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US House passes sweeping health care overhaul

WASHINGTON: The US House of Representatives late Saturday approved the broadest US health care overhaul in a half-century, handing President Barack Obama a major victory on his top domestic priority.

After hours of bitter debate and an appeal from Obama to ‘answer the call of history,’ lawmakers voted 220-215 for a 10-year, trillion-dollar plan to extend heal   Read More...

US, Pakistan deny negotiations on nuke security

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has strongly dismissed 'The New Yorker' magazine's article over the safety of Pakistan's nuclear assets.

The foreign office termed the assertions made in the article utterly misleading and totally baseless.

Expressing strong disapproval, the spokesman Abdul Basit alleged that the author of the article was biased against Pakistan.   Read More...

Legitimate Afghan government could take months: Gates

WASHINGTON: Pentagon chief Robert Gates says President Barack Obama may not be able to wait until the disputed Afghanistan elections are resolved to decide on a new war strategy.

The defense secretary said Monday that working out claims of fraudulent ballots would be an evolving process.

Gates did not say whether he believes a runoff between Afghanis   Read More...

Tension mounts on Bangladesh-Myanmar border

DHAKA: Bangladesh has rushed more troops and stepped up diplomatic moves as tension continues to mount along its 300 km border with Myanmar over a fence being erected by Yangon.

Bangladesh also alleges that Myanmarese job-seekers mix with its work force and try to sneak into various Southeast Asian countries, spoiling its job market abroad, which was a major   Read More...

US scientist charged with attempted spying for Israel

WASHINGTON: US authorities arrested a leading American scientist who had worked for the White House and NASA and charged him with attempted spying for Israel.

Stewart Nozette, 52, was apprehended after a sting operation involving an undercover FBI agent, the Department of Justice said, adding that there was no wrongdoing by Israel.

He is charged with   Read More...

Where the wild things are' atop box office

LOSS ANGLES: The monsters of Maurice Sendak's classic children's book "Where the Wild Things Are" leapt from the illustrated page to the big screen this weekend, courtesy of Spike Jonze's directorial vision — and the results were, well, wild.

"Wild Things" easily took the top spot at the box-office during its debut weekend with a very respectable $32.5 millio   Read More...

Susilo Bambang sworn in as Indonesian president

JAKARTA: Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was sworn in as Indonesia's president today after winning an historic second five-year term.

The former General and servant of a dictator swore on the Koran to uphold the constitution during a ceremony in the national assembly in Jakarta, the capital that was watched throughout the vast archipelago of 234 million people.
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Iran links US, UK, Pakistan to bombing

TEHRAN: The chief of Iran’s powerful Revolutionary Guard accused the United States, Britain and Pakistan on Monday of having links with Sunni militants responsible for a suicide bombing that killed five senior Guard commanders and 37 others.

According to sources, Iran’s president said those behind Sunday’s bombing are hiding across the border in Pakistan, and   Read More...

Snowe suggests scenario for government-run option

Snowe suggests scenario for government-run option WASHINGTON – Sen. Olympia Snowe, the only Republican to support the Finance Committee's health care bill, said Wednesday she could foresee a government-run plan that would "kick in" if private insurers failed to live up to expectations.

Snowe emphasized that she still opposes the so-called public option, but said she also believes the private insurance market   Read More...

India unveils venues for 2011 World Cup matches

India unveils venues for 2011 World Cup matches NEW DELHI: Mumbai will host the final and Mohali one of the semi-finals, according to the allocation of India’s share of matches in the 2011 cricket World Cup announced on Wednesday.

India, which co-hosts the showpiece event with Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in February-March 2011, will organise 29 matches at eight venues, the Indian cricket board said in a state   Read More...

India lodges new complaint against China

NEW DELHI: India raised the pitch of an increasingly testy row with China over disputed border areas Wednesday, warning Beijing about its alleged involvement in Pakistan-administered Kashmir.

‘The Chinese side is fully aware of India's position and our concerns about Chinese activities,’ Indian foreign ministry spokesman Vishnu Prakash said in response to a C   Read More...

Shootout kills two al-Qaeda members, one Saudi soldier

RIYADH: A shootout Tuesday between Saudi security forces and al-Qaeda militants — some of whom were disguised as women and wearing explosives belts — left two of the militants and a soldier dead, the Interior Ministry said.

Another soldier was lightly injured in the clash at a checkpoint in the south of the country, near the border with Yemen, said ministry s   Read More...

Obamas celebrate Latin music at White House

Obamas celebrate Latin music at White House WASHINGTON: The White House swayed to Latin beats, as President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama hosted Hispanic musicians and singers on the mansion's south lawn.

"Even though it is constantly evolving and changing, Latin music speaks to us in a language we all can understand it moves us, and it tends to make us move a little bit ourselves," Obama   Read More...

Senator John Kerry speaks exclusively with Geo News

Senator John Kerry speaks exclusively with Geo News Q: Kerry-Lugar Bill turned out to be big news created grave concerns in Pakistan. Did you ever think about such severe reaction?

Senator Kerry: No, I had never thought about such reactions but I can understand sometimes people in politics deliberately evovle wrong meanings from the things. I guess this is exactly what happened with the bill. The wrong interpr   Read More...

US will work to address Pakistan's concerns on KLB: Kerry

US will work to address Pakistan's concerns on KLB: Kerry WASHINGTON: US Senator John Kerry on Tuesday forcefully denied that a major aid package would impinge on Pakistan's sovereignty, hitting back at growing criticism of the plan in the frontline nation.

Kerry, a key author the five-year, 7.5 billion-dollar plan, said he would work to address concerns raised by Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi who rushed bac   Read More...

uwait demands Gulf currency delay

KUWAIT CITY: Kuwait has called for the launch of a Gulf monetary union and single currency due in 2010 to be delayed so it could address "technical issues".

Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Bahrain signed an accord in June to create a joint monetary union council as a prelude to a Gulf central bank.

This would be followed by the launch of a single cur   Read More...

Israel is not digging under al-Aqsa Mosque: PM

Israel is not digging under al-Aqsa Mosque: PM JERUSALEM: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has rejected archeologists' and residents’ accusations that Tel Aviv is digging under one of Islam's holiest sites Al-Aqsa mosque.

"We are talking about a radical minority that spread lies that we intend to dig under the Temple Mount. I want to make clear that this is a lie. "

Israeli PM Netanyahu   Read More...

I am inspired by Anil Kapoor, says Katrina Kaif

I am inspired by Anil Kapoor, says Katrina Kaif Taking inspirations from actor Anil Kapoor, actress Katrina Kaif feels concentration and focus are the two most important things that every actor needs to follow.

"During the shooting of 'Humko Deewana Kar Gaye' Anil used to tell and teach me as to how concentration and focus are important things in an actor's career. This is one thing that I will not forget   Read More...

Pak court puts off trial of Mumbai suspects for a week

A Pakistani anti-terrorism court put off for a week the trial of seven suspects, including LeT's operations chief Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, in connection with the Mumbai attacks.

The judge conducting the trial within the high-security Adiala Jail in the garrison city of Rawalpindi has imposed strict gag orders.

However, sources said the hearing was again   Read More...

Two-week Iran deadline not set 'in stone': US State Department

A two-week deadline set by world powers for Iran to open a newly-revealed nuclear site to inspectors is not "written in stone," the US State Department said on Saturday.

"I don't think it was a hard deadline. We made clear it was a matter of some urgency," said State Department spokesman Ian Kelly at a press briefing.

After yesterday's talks between   Read More...

Kidnapped newborn found safe in Alabama

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A newborn infant kidnapped from his mother in Tennessee was found safe in Alabama on Friday, and a woman suspected of abducting the baby was arrested, police said.

Nashville police said week-old Yair Anthony Carillo was found at a home in Ardmore near the Tennessee line.

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Director Mark Gwyn identifi   Read More...

Trapped Indonesian quake victim sends text message

Trapped Indonesian quake victim sends text message PADANG, Indonesia – An earthquake survivor trapped in a collapsed hotel in western Indonesia sent a text message saying he and some others were alive, triggering a frantic rescue operation Saturday.

Padang's police chief said voices and claps were heard from survivors buried in the Ambacang Hotel since Wednesday's 7.6-magnitude earthquake, which killed at lea   Read More...

FBI: Man arrested in ESPN reporter nude video case

LOS ANGELES – A Chicago-area man accused of taping surreptitious nude videos of ESPN reporter Erin Andrews in a hotel room was arrested at Chicago's O'Hare airport Friday night, the FBI said.

Michael David Barrett faces federal charges of interstate stalking for taking the videos, trying to sell them to celebrity c and posting the videos online, the FBI said   Read More...

Death toll in Italy storm rises to 20

Death toll in Italy storm rises to 20 ROME: There are some 20 dead and 40 missing in Italy’s storm and land sliding, Italian media said late Friday.

Some 250 millimetres (10 inches) of rain fell on northeastern Sicily in the space of a few hours on Thursday, triggering mudslides that collapsed two buildings, carried off cars and cut off roads throughout the region.

Rescue workers and sni   Read More...

Top powers meet Iran over nuclear program



GENEVA – The United States and five other world powers have begun high-stakes talks with Iran to demand a freeze of its nuclear activities.

A senior U.S. official says Washington is open to rare one-on-one talks with Iranian diplomats.

The EU's Javier Solana, who is formally heading the negotiations Thursday with chief Iranian negotiator Sa   Read More...


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