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Sunday, October 26, 2003
North Korea willing to consider Bush offer
SINGAPORE, OCT. 25.The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) today cautiously expressed its willingness to consider the U.S. President, George W. Bush's recent offer to address Pyongyang's security concerns through some form of ...
Hu calls for greater U.N. role to maintain world peace
SINGAPORE, OCT. 25.The Chinese President, Hu Jintao, has called for a "full play" by the United Nations, in particular the Security Council, "in maintaining world peace''. The call, with a strategic resonance in the present context of the U.S. ...
Iraq donors pledge $33 b.
BRUSSELS, OCT. 25. The two-day "donors conference" in Madrid, Spain, on the reconstruction of post-war Iraq, ended on a "satisfactory note" as donors pledged $33 billions for the next four years to finance proposed programmes. This figure ...
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Insurgents receiving support in Bangladesh: Indian envoy
DHAKA, OCT. 25. The outgoing Indian High Commissioner, Mani Lal Tripathi, has alleged that northeastern insurgents maintaining criminal links were still being given "special treatment" in Dhaka. "Samjib Dev Burman, an insurgent leader in ...
Tamil expatriates oppose defence ties with India
COLOMBO, OCT. 25. A newspaper run by expatriate Sri Lankan Tamils has criticised Colombo for moving towards a defence cooperation agreement with India as a "military blackmail'' and hinted at a "strategic rethink'' by the Tigers. The Tamil ...
Steps will be taken to safeguard national security: Chandrika
COLOMBO, OCT. 25.Sri Lanka's coalition of Opposition parties, the Peoples' Alliance, yesterday kicked off an island-wide protest campaign against the ruling United National Front, with a reiteration by the President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, that ...
India's attitude non-serious: Kasuri
ISLAMABAD, OCT. 25. Even as the Pakistani establishment struggled for a cohesive response to the 12 confidence building measures (CBMs) mooted by India, the Pakistan Foreign Minister, Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri, has said that the "omission" of ...
Pak. doctors unhappy with India's gesture
ISLAMABAD, OCT 25. Doctors in Pakistan are clearly not happy with India's gesture of extending the scheme for free medical treatment of Pakistani children. "Reciprocating" the Indian gesture to provide free medical treatment to 20 Pakistani ...
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