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Putin set to sweep poll
MOSCOW, MARCH 14. The Russian President, Vladimir Putin, headed for crushing victory in Sunday's presidential poll amid higher voter turnout than expected. With Mr. Putin enjoying an overwhelming lead over his five election rivals, a low ...

Poll overshadowed by Al-Qaeda claim
MADRID, MARCH 14. Spaniards turned out in great numbers on Sunday to vote in general elections thrown wide open by an Al-Qaeda claim that it staged the Madrid terror attack to punish the Government for backing the U.S.-led war in Iraq. Still ...

A reflection of people's will: Wen
SINGAPORE, MARCH 14. The constitutional amendments are of "great significance" for China's overall development, said the Prime Minister, Wen Jiabao, The National People's Congress (Parliament) passed 14 `revisions' with overwhelming support in ...

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    MADRID, MARCH 14. The two Indian nationals arrested by the Spanish authorities in connection with Thursday's terrorist attacks here, claiming 200 lives and injuring 1400 people, have been identified by the Spanish Interior Ministry as Suresh ...

    India must act now: Pakistan
    ISLAMABAD, MARCH 14. The Pakistan Information Minister, Sheikh Rashid, today said it was up to India to act ``judiciously'' and provide momentum to the peace process after the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf's assertion yesterday that ...

    China optimistic on ties with India
    SINGAPORE, MARCH 14. The Chinese Prime Minister, Wen Jiabao, today expressed "confidence" about the possibility of settling the boundary dispute with India on the basis of the principle of "peaceful coexistence.'' He envisioned the possibility of ...



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