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Polls in LTTE areas cannot be fair: monitoring agency
COLOMBO, MARCH 31. The Centre for Monitoring Election Violence (CMEV), an internationally-funded group of monitors overseeing Sri Lanka's April 2 Parliamentary polls, today expressed concern over the electoral situation in the Tamil-majority ...
Only aid can save Afghanistan: Karzai
BERLIN, MARCH 31. The Afghan president, Hamid Karzai, has warned that there is virtually no prospect of his building a ``safer and better'' country unless the international community found £15 billions for its reconstruction. As the conference ...
Roerichs Centre may take Russian Government to court in India
MOSCOW, MARCH 31.Russia's Roerichs Centre may take the Russian Government to Indian court over the alleged squandering of dozens of paintings by the famous Russian artist, Nikolai Roerich, and his son, Svyatoslav. The Roerichs Centre also ...
India & World
Kashmir central to peace process, says Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, MARCH 31.The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has declared that Islamabad would not be a party to the India-Pakistan peace process if there were no forward movement on the resolution of Kashmir when Foreign Ministers of both ...
Grant of new status will affect India-Pakistan ties: Pallone
WASHINGTON, MARCH 31. A senior Democratic law-maker has questioned the Bush Administration granting the status of "major non-NATO ally" to Pakistan arguing that this would, among other things, set back the emerging ties between India and ...
`Friends of India' group in U.S. Senate
WASHINGTON, MARCH 31. The `Friends of India' group, with both Republicans and Democrats, has been formally organised in the United States Senate and is similar to the Congressional Caucus on India and Indian Americans, which is in existence in ...
AI bombings: witness admits to giving money for plot to kill Indira
VANCOUVER (British Columbia) March 31. A prosecution witness in the Air India bombing trial said he donated money for a plot by Sikh militants to kill the former Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi. The man, whose name is shielded by court order, is ...
Shekhar Kapur joins millionaires league
LONDON, MARCH 31.Non-resident Indian film director, Shekhar Kapur, today joined the Asian millionaires list spearheaded by NRI steel industrialist Lakshmi Mittal even as the combined wealth of 300 Asian millionaires in the country showed an ...
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