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Jaitley reaffirms Indian position on farm subsidies
CANCUN, SEPT. 9. Ahead of the formal opening of the World Trade Organisation ministerial meeting here tomorrow, the Union Minister for Commerce and Industry, Arun Jaitley, has reiterated India's position on agriculture in the Doha round of trade ...
Two faces of globalisation
CANCUN, SEPT. 9. When the Government of Mexico decided to hold the 2003 ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organisation here it could not have chosen a better venue to advertise the virtues of globalisation. This beach resort facing the ...
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    Pak. frees more fishermen
    ISLAMABAD, SEPT. 9. Pakistan today released 42 more Indian fishermen from Landhi Prison in the port city of Karachi as part of the confidence-building measures announced by the Pakistan Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, in response to ...
    U.S. welcomes Indo-Israeli friendship
    WASHINGTON, SEPT. 9. Even while maintaining that the visit of the Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, to India is a bilateral matter between the two countries, the United States has welcomed Indo-Israeli friendship and expressed willingness to ...
    Kanishka trial resumes
    VANCOUVER, SEPT. 9.The Kanishka trial has resumed with prosecutors trying to outline the alleged plot by Sikh extremists to blow up the aircraft which crashed off the Irish Coast in June 1985 killing all 329 people onboard. Two critical factors ...
    Talk of n-war, a thing of the past, says Musharraf
    MOSCOW, SEPT. 9.The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said that talk about a nuclear showdown between India and Pakistan was a thing of the past, but asserted that lasting peace in the sub-continent would be possible only after the ...
    Indian workers sue U.S. firm
    SILICON VALLEY, SEPT. 9. Scores of Indian immigrant workers appeared in a federal courtroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma, alleging that a local manufacturer held them in virtual slavery. The 52 skilled workers, including welders, fitters and ...



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