May 17, 2002
Police may have traced Pearl's body
With clues from three suspects, they have come across a torso with the head lying beside it at a grave near Karachi.
US probing 'low morale' in embassy in Delhi
A Washington Post report had said that Ambassador Robert Blackwill was unpopular among his staff.
May 11, 2002
Indian charges US authorities with racial profiling
Ayub Ali Khan, arrested a day after the September 11 attacks, said he was singled out because he was a Muslim.
Pak commandos to track Al Qaeda fighters
About a dozen American 'communications experts' are assisting them, the Dawn newspaper said.
US still wants to try Sheikh Omar
But in the Daniel Pearl murder case, 'the Pakistani judicial system should go first and that is where the matter stands', state department spokesman Richard Boucher said.
May 10, 2002
Air-India trial delayed till March 2003
Justice Ian Bruce Josephson, a British Columbia supreme court judge, postponed the trial following a request from a lawyer for one of the accused, Inderjit Singh Reyat.
May 09, 2002
India more reliable US ally than Pak: study
But the US will be loath to press President Musharraf to take further action against the Kashmiri groups as long as they need his co-operation, it said.
US condemns 'heinous' Karachi bombing
'We strongly condemn the heinous attack against France and Pakistan, two of our closest allies in the war on terrorism,' state department spokesman Richard Boucher said.
May 08, 2002
Suicide bomber kills 16 near Tel Aviv
The attack at 0133 IST came shortly after Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon began his meeting with US President George Bush in Washington.
May 07, 2002
All 112 in Chinese crash presumed dead
The plane crashed off the coast in Dalian in China's northeastern Liaoning province minutes before it was to touch down, following a fire in the cabin.
US panel expresses concern over riots
The US Commission on International Religious Freedom has said that the victims of the violence in Gujarat were 'primarily Muslims'.
May 06, 2002
Sept 11 attackers left little clue: report
Among the thousands of documents discovered, not a single sheet of paper, not one computer entry, mentions any aspect of the attack, NBC said.
US preparing to act against Iraq: report
Objective monitors are convinced that Saddam Hussein possesses chemical and biological weapons and is trying to build a nuclear bomb, Time said.
May 05, 2002
Tories seek fresh probe into Hinduja affair
A tabloid newspaper claimed that Prime Minister Tony Blair's personal envoy to the Middle East confirmed that he had met the Hindujas to raise funds for the Millennium Dome.
May 04, 2002
'ISI paid Sheikh Omar's legal fees'
The Washington Post said the fees pertain to the time when Omar was in India's custody in connection with the abduction of foreign nationals.
May 03, 2002
Dutchman held on charge of sexual abuse
Williamus is alleged to have sexually abused children in his orphanage at Poonjeri village, near Mamallapuram, about 65 km from Chennai.
Indo-US joint exercises to be held in Agra
The exercises will involve the Indian Army, para-commando units and special forces from the US Pacific Command.
Survey on to delineate India's continental shelf
Once the UN accepts the claim, the government can take up the work of exploring resources.
US diplomat visits madrassa, WB govt in dark
The diplomat, James Callaghan, Minister-Counsellor of the US embassy, enquired about the syllabus being taught at Calcutta Madrassa.
Cakes with gods' images shock Indians in UK
The luxury cakes depict a frolicking Lord Ganesha against a backdrop of pink icing, as well as Lord Shiva, Lord Krishna and goddess Lakshmi.
May 02, 2002
Visa regulation changes not to affect legitimate students: US
In a signed write-up on 'US Visa Regulations', US Ambassador to India Robert Blackwill said of the two proposed changes, one has taken place and approval for the other is pending.
Pakistan opposition calls for Musharraf's resignation
Chairman of the Alliance for Restoration of Democracy Nawabzada Nasrullah Khan and president of Jamaat-e-Islami Qazi Hussain Ahmad said the president should adhere to the real verdict and step down.
'Musharraf's doublespeak unacceptable'
New Jersey Democratic Congressman Pallone said the Pakistan president, while co-operating with the US in its fight against terrorism, winks at the menace in Kashmir.