26 April 2015

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No place for Hurriyat in resolution of India-Pak issues: Ministry of External Affairs

No place for Hurriyat in resolution of India-Pak issues: Ministry of External AffairsNEW DELHI: Official spokesperson for India’s Ministry of External Affairs on Monday said that the government of India preferred to speak for itself.The spokesperson replied in response to Pakistani High Commissioner Abdul Basit’s statement that India had no objection to Hurriyat leaders being invited on Pakistan National Day.The spokesperson went on to say that having repeated it on so many occasions there should be no scope for misunderstanding or misrepresenting India's position on the role of the so called

Trial begins in Philippines of US Marine charged with murder

MANILA, Philippines  A Philippine court on Wednesday began the trial of a U.S. Marine charged with murdering a transgender Filipino after allegedly discovering her gender when they checked into a hotel in an emotional case that has tested America s ties with a key Asian ally.U.S. security escorts brought Marine Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton, who was wearing handcuffs and a dark business suit, into a heavily secured court room in Olongapo city, northwest of Manila, for the trial after

Seven children die as broken heater sparks New York blaze

New York: Seven children from the same family died Saturday when their New York home was engulfed in flames after a portable cooker malfunctioned.The hot plate, a small electrical heating element, may have been left on to keep food warm because of Orthodox Jewish customs that bar cooking on the Sabbath, New York Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro said.“This is the largest tragedy by fire that this city has had in seven years,” Nigro said in comments reported by The New York Times.“It´s a tragedy for this family, it´s a

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