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Friday, October 31, 2003
Iraqi fighters bomb coalition supply train
MANAMA, OCT. 30.Iraqi resistance fighters have bombed a freight train carrying goods for the U.S. occupation forces, making it the first occasion when the American post-war supply line has been prominently targeted. Insurgents attacked the goods ...
Congress set to clear Iraq package
WASHINGTON, OCT. 30.In spite of deep divisions on Capitol Hill over the administration's policies in Iraq, Congress is all set to give the President, George W. Bush, the $87-billion package he had asked for, much of it for operations in Iraq but ...
Sustain racial unity: Mahathir
SINGAPORE, OCT. 30. The Malaysian Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohamad, today urged his fellow-citizens to uphold the basics of "the national interest''. In a farewell "policy speech" to Parliament in Kuala Lumpur, Mr. Mahathir, scheduled to ...
India & World
U.S. reluctant to challenge Pakistan for terrorism in sub-continent
WASHINGTON, OCT. 30.Even while making the point that India is a "victim of terror" and that the United States continues to keep close tabs on terror outfits such as the Lakshar-e-Taiba and the Jaish-e-Mohammad, the Bush administration has shown ...
''India's best partner must be Singapore''
SINGAPORE, OCT. 30 The Singapore Trade and Industry Minister, George Yeo has welcomed India as a `partner' in the city state's economic project, "Global Entrepolis". China has also been identified as a catalyst of the initiative. "Large ...
Sinha meets EU officials
BRUSSELS, OCT. 30. The External Affairs Minister, Yashwant Sinha's visit here on October 28 and meeting with senior European Union officials has reinforced the desire to "expand and consolidate" bilateral relations. Mr. Sinha met the EU chief ...
`U.N. offers best mechanism'
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