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Tuesday, November 11, 2003
Jamali to head Pakistan team to SAARC summit
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 10.Pakistan today insisted that its delegation for the SAARC Summit scheduled here for the first week of January would be headed ``as of now'' by its Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, and there was no confusion on this ...
Al-Qaeda aims to topple Saudi Govt.: Armitage
MANAMA, NOV. 10. A day after the deadly bombing of a Riyadh residential compound by suspected Al-Qaeda extremists, there has been wide speculation in the region on the purpose of the attack, in which 17 persons were killed and scores injured. ...
Bremer warns of more attacks
LONDON, NOV. 10.Paul Bremer, head of the U.S.-led Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq, has warned of more attacks on coalition forces in the coming months and admitted that there is growing impatience among Iraqis with the continuing ...
Koizumi claims mandate for reform agenda
SINGAPORE, NOV. 10.The Japanese Prime Minister, Junichiro Koizumi, today led the ruling coalition to a definitive victory, even if only by a slender margin, in the country's latest general election that was held on Sunday. He interpreted the ...
India & World
An attack on press freedom, say Pak. journalists
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 10. The Pakistan chapter of the South Asian Free Media Association (SAFMA) has condemned the sentencing of five senior journalists of The Hindu by the Tamil Nadu Assembly Speaker. Its secretary-general, Imtiaz Alam, ...
Indian ships in China for joint naval exercise
SHANGHAI, NOV. 10.Three Indian Naval ships led by destroyer INS Ranjit docked here today to take part in the first-ever India-China joint naval exercise. Apart from INS Ranjit, a guided-missile destroyer, the two other ships are ...
Pak. charge of denial of visas to scribes refuted
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 10. The Indian High Commission here today categorically denied allegations that some Pakistani journalists were refused visas to cover the SAARC Information Ministers' conference in New Delhi beginning tomorrow. A senior ...
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