- Bomb attack by separatists kills 13 on Pakistan train
- Pakistan market bomb kills at least 20 in Islamabad
- Jubilation as Pakistan Street Child football team returns home
- Bid to free last British resident held at Guantanamo
- EC serves notices on Jayant Chaudhary, Hema Malini
- 3 die in Kannur poll violence
- Polling ends in Nagaland, Manipur, Meghalaya and Arunachal
- Powerful earthquake strikes off Chile, triggers tsunami
- LK Advani: India BJP leader agrees to contest Gujarat seat
- Mumbai court convicts all four in two Shakti Mills gangrape cases
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