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Wednesday, November 26, 2003
Blair-Chirac differences on Iraq persist
LONDON, NOV 25.Diplomacy may not be a child's play but the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair's three-year-old son, Leo, provided a welcome distraction as his father and the visiting French President, Jacques Chirac, struggled to resolve their ...
Dormitory fire toll reaches 36
MOSCOW, NOV. 25.The number of casualties in Monday's fire in a foreign students dormitory in Moscow climbed to 36 as several injured students died in hospitals. A spokesman for the Patrice Lumumba Friendship University said 170 students from ...
Judge likely to confirm death for sniper
WASHINGTON, NOV. 25.The Judge overseeing the trial of John Allen Muhammad, who was convicted on two counts of committing multiple murders within a three-year period and terrorising the public, has set Feb. 12, 2004 for the formal sentencing but ...
Dip in Bush's ratings
WASHINGTON, NOV. 25. A new poll shows that 48 per cent of the American people are somewhat unlikely or very unlikely to re-elect the President, George W Bush; it also shows that only 47 per cent were somewhat likely or very likely to vote for ...
India & World
Dialogue must for durable peace, says Kasuri
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 25.The Pakistan Foreign Minister, Khurshid Mehmood Kasuri, told the U.S. Secretary of State, Colin Powell, that durable peace could be ensured in south Asia by initiating a composite dialogue between Pakistan and India so that all ...
Dhaka dismisses Delhi's charge
DHAKA, NOV. 25. Bangladesh has rejected the charge of India's Northeast Affairs Minister, C.P. Thakur, that it was responsible for the current spate of violence in Assam and termed the allegation as "totally baseless, unfounded and ...
India, Israel to sign $100 million missile deal
MANAMA, NOV. 25. India and Israel are ready to sign a $100 million deal for the transfer of Barak anti-ship missiles, the Israeli daily Haaretz reported today. The deal will enable the transfer of the third consignment of the missiles. ...
China `satisfied' with positive momentum in ties
BEIJING, NOV. 25. China today said it was ``satisfied with the good momentum'' in bilateral relations with India and expressed keenness to forge a long-term constructive partnership with New Delhi on the basis of "Panch Sheel". "China is ...
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