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Sunday, May 30, 2004
Pakistan relaxes curbs on Khan
ISLAMABAD, MAY 29. The Pakistan Government has slightly relaxed the curbs on nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan. ``Dr. Khan has been allowed to go out of his house in protective custody for one hour a day,'' the Dawn today quoted sources ...
Pakistan's edge will be maintained: Jamali
ISLAMABAD, MAY 29. Today's Ghauri missile launch is the first missile test by Pakistan since the Manmohan Singh Government took office in Delhi and the second since the scandal centred on the Pakistan scientist, A.Q. Khan, on supply of nuclear ...
`Terror lady' in U.S. custody, says Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, MAY 29.Pakistan's Interior Ministry has claimed that Aafia Siddiqui, the Pakistani-American woman who was declared as a terrorist threat (to the U.S.) by the FBI, had been arrested in 2003 from Karachi and handed over to the U.S. ...
Race on for top European Union post
BRUSSELS, MAY 29.European Union leaders have three weeks to fill the Union's most important political job but much manoeuvring lies ahead before they agree on the right candidate. No one yet knows for certain who will replace Romano ...
Allawi, a capable leader: U.S.
WASHINGTON, MAY 29. After giving the impression that it was not in the know of things, the Bush administration late on Friday welcomed the U.S.-backed Iraqi Governing Council's decision to choose Iyad Allawi as Prime Minister. "He is certainly ...
Blast derails train near Chechnya
MOSCOW: A passenger train was hit by a bomb blast in southern Russia on Saturday as rebels stepped up attacks in neighbouring Chechnya. The passenger train was travelling from Moscow to Vladikavkaz, capital of the autonomous republic of North ...
India & World
Britain deports Hashim Qureshi
LONDON, MAY 29.The British Government on Friday deported a Kashmiri separatist leader within hours after he arrived here from Amsterdam to attend a conference on Jammu and Kashmir at the invitation of the International Kashmir Alliance ...
Khatami hails bilateral efforts in Afghanistan
NEW DELHI, MAY. 29.The President of Iran, Mohammad Khatami, telephoned the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, today, and expressed happiness at the efforts made by Teheran and New Delhi in reconstructing war-ravaged Afghanistan. "India is a great ...
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