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Revisit blasphemy law, says Zardari
Expressing concern over growing misuse of blasphemy law in the country, former president and PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari has called for revisiting the Zia-era legislation.
Early talks between Pakistan government, Taleban proposed
The Taleban interlocutor said that despite refusing to extend ceasefire the Taleban militants were still open to talks with the government.
Ukraine, Russia trade blame for eastern shootout
Ukraine and Russia traded blame Sunday for a shootout at a checkpoint manned by pro-Russia insurgents in eastern Ukraine that left at least three people dead and others with gunshot wounds.
Two UN staff members go missing in Pakistan: officials
Two local employees working for the United Nations Childrenís Fund UNICEF have gone missing in Pakistanís largest city of Karachi and police said Sunday they are thought to have been kidnapped.
Philippine troops, rebels to fight kidnappings
The Philippine government will work with the largest Muslim rebel group, with which it signed a peace deal last month, to curb an alarming number of kidnappings in the south, officials and the rebels said Sunday.
Twitter blocks two accounts on its Turkish network
The social networking site Twitter blocked two accounts on Sunday, after the users were accused of spreading corruption allegations about Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his aides.
More Afghan poll results due as Abdullah in small lead
It was unclear how many ballots would be declared, but election officials repeatedly warned that the partial results may not reflect the final count on May 14.
Nepal calls off search for missing guides on Everest
Three local guides still missing after the deadliest accident on Mount Everest that killed 13 of their colleagues.
Delhi policeman jumps from Metro station, injured
A male passenger jumped from the platform level to the ground at the Qutub Minar Metro station and has suffered injuries in both his legs and head.
US sees dramatic surge in graduate applications from India
The 7 per cent gain is a positive sign for US graduate institutions, which collectively draw 15 per cent of their overall graduate enrolments from international students.
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