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Japan to join Iraq force
SINGAPORE, JUNE 11.Japan today indicated its intention to join the proposed multinational force in Iraq under the terms of the latest U.N. Security Council Resolution 1546. It was, however, clarified that any such participation would depend on ...

15 Pakistani soldiers killed in border operations
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 11. Pakistan today conceded that at least 50 persons including 15 soldiers have been killed in the ongoing military operations in the tribal areas bordering Afghanistan in search of Al-Qaeda and Taliban. The military deemed it ...

America bids adieu to Reagan
WASHINGTON, JUNE 11. America paid rich and glowing tributes to Ronald Wilson Reagan at the formal state funeral at the National Cathedral, praising the former 40th President for his optimism, strength of convictions and, above all, his sense of ...

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    Nepal condemns attack on Indian school
    KATHMANDU, JUNE 11.Nepal has strongly condemned Wednesday's attack on Modern Indian School at Chovar by Maoist rebels. The Prime Minister, Sher Bahadur Deuba, called on the Indian Ambassador, Shyam Saran, who is also the Foreign ...

    Acting was my first ambition, says Rushdie
    LONDON, JUNE 11. India-born award-winning author Salman Rushdie, who made a cameo appearance as himself in `Bridget Jones Diary,' is looking forward to act in more Hollywood movies. The author of `Satanic Verses' and `Midnight's Children,' ...



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