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Pro-Taliban Pakistani Islamic leader to travel to India

A radical pro-Taliban Pakistani Islamic leader is going to India to press for peace between India and Pakistan, a spokesman said Monday.

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MHF fit two more in tight schedule

The Malaysian Hockey Federation's (MHF) calendar is already congested with domestic and international tournaments and it is set to be further burdened with two tournaments more for the national hockey team.

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New Indian envoy crosses into Pakistan

India's new ambassador to Islamabad crossed into Pakistan by road yesterday to take up his position after an easing of tensions between the nuclear-armed South Asian rivals.


Celcom bullish about new satellite service

CELCOM (Malaysia) Bhd is targeting 60,000 subscribers within two to three years for its I>TMTouch ACeS /I>satellite service that will put almost any location in Asia, however remote, within reach of a phone call or e-mail.

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Thailand to host first Euro-Asia snooker tournament

Thailand will host the first Europe-Asia snooker tournament in August after losing the Thailand Masters which it had held for a decade, officials said.

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Resurgent Indians are on the glory trail again

Hockey, once India's national game, is making a comeback after years in thedoldrums thanks to a talented young side who are starting to win again in Asian style.

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Concern for Pakistani girl shows desire for peace

B>NEW DELHI:/BAn outpouring of love from Indians for a sick Pakistani girl who travelled on the first bus between the two countries in 18 months indicates that even more than their governments, ordinary people crave peace and reconciliation, analysts said Wednesday.

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Seven hurt in Pakistan hospital blast

B>JAKARTA:/BIndonesia's army chief of staff yesterday urged troops who are battling a rebellion in Aceh province not to act cowardly, as he said Iraqi soldiers did when fighting US forces.


Sabah mulls grace period for Indonesians

The state Security Council will consider a request by Indonesia to allow its citizens staying illegally in Sabah to surrender and be deported without being charged in court, similar to the 'grace period' given to Philippine citizens.

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Conjoined twins need urgent medical help, says doc

B>MULTAN (Pakistan):/BTen-day-old conjoined twin girls, born to dirt-poor parents in southeastern Pakistan, won't survive unless they get emergency medical treatment, their doctor said yesterday.