NEW DELHI, INDIA (GaeaTimes.com)- Indian National Congress landed itself in hot water after WikiLeaks quoted Rahul Gandhi's version of terrorism in India.
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari and new army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani had worked separately for the "honourable exit" of then president Pervez Musharraf after a series of political and strategic blunders by him, according to US diplomatic cables released by whistleblower website WikiLeaks.
WASHINGTON (GaeaTimes.com) -- The remnants of the "Wiki Dump III," seem to be settling down slowly.
LONDON - Whistleblowing website WikiLeaks Tuesday vowed to continue its publication of confidential US diplomatic cables despite the arrest in London of its founder, Julian Assange.
NEW DELHI - Shashi Tharoor, former minister of state for external affairs, calls the the latest expose by whistleblower website WikiLeaks unethical and wrong and says the contents of some leaked diplomatic cables cannot conclusively establish the view one country holds of another.
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- Wikileaks soon to be history, not to hit ties: US envoy
- US says it’s building strategic ties with both India, Pakistan
- Assange a ‘political actor’ - not journalist: US
- Putin knew about plot to ‘assassinate’ former Russian spy in London: Wikileaks
- India needs to “decrease footprint in Afghanistan” to gain Pak’s trust: Gilani to Kerry
- Russia under Prime Minister Putin a ‘corrupt, mafia state’: Wikileaks