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Text of report headlined "HRW calls for trial of Musharraf" published by Pakistani newspaper The News website on 3 July Lahore: Human Rights Watch has urged the coalition government to initiate the trial of President Musharraf for serious violation of human rights during his military rule in the country.
By VINITA CHATURVEDI This child woman knows how to make her presence felt. As a 16- year-old lassie, Hansika wowed the movie buffs with her adorable looks in her Bollywood debut Aap Kaa Surroor, and then went on to bag a big budget film like Money Hai Toh Honey Hai opposite Govinda.
World News IN BRIEF *LAHORE A Pakistani court disqualified the former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, left, from contesting a by-election for the National Assembly on Thursday. His spokesman said the decision was "based on a conspiracy".
Text of report by Sohail Khan and Khalid Iqbal headlined "Mammoth anti-Musharraf rally in Islamabad" published by Pakistani newspaper The News website on 14 June Islamabad: Hundreds of thousands of anti-Musharraf marchers converged on federal capital early Saturday [14 June] demanding reinstatement of the deposed judges in no time.
By Krittivas Mukherjee MUMBAI (Reuters) - Bollywood is set to take a big leap this week with the opening of a blockbuster set around marital tensions, a brave departure by an industry known more for showcasing marriage as the heart of Indian family values.
By Joanne Kenen WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday approved a bill barring federal law enforcement officers from confiscating legally owned guns after a disaster such as Hurricane Katrina.
Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings at a single bound -- look, up there in the sky, it's a bird, it's a plane, it's ... Krrish?
By Waheed Khan KARACHI (Reuters) - Ayesha Baloch was dragged to a field, her brother-in-law held the 18-year-old down, her husband sat astride her legs and slit her upper lip and nostril with a knife.
U.S. President George W. Bush, an avid baseball fan, on Saturday tried his hand at a sport hugely popular in parts of the old British empire -- cricket -- and was pronounced "not bad" for a first-timer.
By Evelyn Leopold UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations, under pressure from Pakistani diplomats, barred an interview with a rape victim from Pakistan while the country's prime minister was at U.N. headquarters, her sponsors said on Friday.
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