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Thursday, October 02, 2003
Terrorism: U.S. reminds Pak. of `commitments'
WASHINGTON, OCT. 1. On the eve of the Pakistan Prime Minister, Zafarullah Khan Jamali's visit to the United States, the Bush administration has said that it was in touch with Pakistan on the issue of cross-border terrorism pertaining to India and ...
Chirac loyalists face trial over funds scandal
PARIS, OCT. 1.Who was responsible for giving fake jobs to political activists from the President, Jacques Chirac's Rally for the Republic (RPR) Party when he was the powerful Mayor of Paris? Who leaned on businesses to contribute to the party ...
Cambridge gets first woman V-C
LONDON, OCT. 1. The Cambridge University today crossed an 800-year-old barrier when Alison Richard took over as its first ever woman Vice-Chancellor, signalling an end to the male monopoly of top posts at one of Britain's oldest ...
Women lose embryo battle
LONDON, OCT. 1. In a trend-setting case, two British women have been barred from using their frozen embryos to have children after their former partners refused to give consent. Natallie Evans and Lorraine Hadley, who cannot conceive ...
Trade: E.U. nations eyeing China
BRUSSELS, OCT. 1. China it appears never ceases to quench the appetite of the European Union countries for more trade and investment. With a market of nearly a billion and quarter consumers, it is backed by unlimited trading and investment ...
Hu calls for expansion of socialist democracy
SINGAPORE, OCT. 1.The Chinese President and General Secretary of the Communist Party of China, Hu Jintao, has proposed an "expansion of socialist democracy". He was addressing the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee on the eve of the ...
Sodhi's killer convicted
WASHINGTON, OCT. 1. Rejecting claims of insanity, a jury convicted the man who killed Indian immigrant, Balbir Singh Sodhi, after the September 11, 2001 terror attacks, of first-degree murder. Frank Silva Roque, who assumed the turbaned Sodhi ...
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