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Bush hints at change in tactics in Iraq
WASHINGTON, OCT. 29. The U.S. President, George W Bush, has ruled out the United States leaving Iraq but has said that tactics will be changed. Reacting to sharp and pointed criticism of the U.S. policies there against the backdrop of ...
Wu's visit to help start n-talks?
SINGAPORE, OCT. 29. A high-ranking Chinese leader, Wu Bangguo, today began a three-day official visit to Pyongyang at a sensitive stage in the international efforts to resolve the issues arising out of North Korea's nuclear-weapons `programme'. ...
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    30 illegal Indian immigrants sentenced in Russia
    MOSCOW, OCT. 29. A court in Rostov region in south Russia sentenced the Indian nationals to one year in jail for illegal crossing of the Russian border. They had been detained in April when they attempted to sneak across Russia's border with ...
    Attack by Sinhala hardliners mars cultural fete
    COLOMBO, OCT. 29.An attack by hardliners from a Sinhala nationalist group marred the inauguration of a Sinhala-Tamil cultural festival here today and left seven persons, including two journalists, injured. Raising slogans, the cadres from the ...
    Detained Indians escape drug trafficking charges
    MANAMA, OCT. 29. Four Indians, all members of prominent families, detained by authorities in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) appear to have escaped drug trafficking charges, but were accused of possessing and consuming drugs after a small quantity ...



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