Briefly World: No conflict if all institutions follow Constitution: Gilani

No conflict if all institutions follow Constitution: Gilani

Written by Agencies | Published: May 3, 2012 12:48 am

No conflict if all institutions follow Constitution: Gilani

ISLAMABAD: Against the backdrop of a standoff between the government and the judiciary,PM Yousuf Raza Gilani Wednesday said there would be no conflict if all institutions in Pakistan follow the Constitution.

MIT,Harvard link up for free online courses

BOSTON: Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are joining hands in a new partnership to offer free courses online. Anant Agarwal,who developed the initiative edX,will be its first president.

Clashes erupt in Cairo,11 killed

CAIRO: Clashes erupted on Wednesday between suspected pro-military assailants and protesters outside the Defence Ministry here,leaving 11 people dead,officials said.

No food,US student drinks urine for 5 days

HOUSTON: Engineering student Daniel Chong,forgotten in a holding cell by federal drug agents without food or water for five days,said he survived by drinking his own urine.

Indian-American gets key Pentagon post

WASHINGTON: Indian-American Vikram Singh was appointed to a key Pentagon post Wednesday. Pentagon said he was made deputy assistant secretary of defence for South and Southeast Asia,Office of the Under Secretary of Defence (Policy).

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