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Friday, June 18, 2004
IRAQ: 35 die, many injured in blast
MANAMA, JUNE 17. At least 35 persons were killed in a car bomb blast in Baghdad on Thursday as violence continued to spiral in Iraq, ahead of June 30 handover of authority to a U.S.-backed interim Iraqi government. A white four-wheeled drive ...
Pakistan to get new benefits
WASHINGTON, JUNE 17. In designating Pakistan as a major non-NATO ally, the U.S. President, George W Bush, has paved the way for many facilities including easier access to American arms. Only a few countries like Australia, Bahrain, Israel, South ...
9/11 panel findings a blow to Bush
WASHINGTON, JUNE 17.The bipartisan commission investigating the September 11 terrorist attacks further called into question on Wednesday one of the rationales of the President, George w. Bush, for the war with Iraq, and again put him on the ...
Shanghai Group alarmed by Afghan violence
MOSCOW, JUNE 17.Russia, China and Central Asian states have expressed alarm at a new surge of terrorism and extremism in Afghanistan and vowed to mobilise international efforts to combat the evil. The situation in Afghanistan dominated a ...
Murder rocks Karachi
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 17.A senior leader of the Pakistan People's Party, Munawwar Suharwardi, was shot dead by unknown assailants today. He was a close aide of the former Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto. Gunmen fired at the car of Munawwar Suharwardi ...
India & World
"China's rise not a threat to other countries"
BEIJING, JUNE 17. China's rise as a major power does not pose a threat to other countries in Asia and the Panchsheel the five principles of peaceful co-existence offer the biggest assurance against the `China threat', the former ...
Indo-U.S. ties have come a long way: U.S.
WASHINGTON, JUNE 17. In spite of the change in Government in New Delhi the priorities in the Indo-American agenda are very much the same and the Bush administration is keen on strengthening and widening the bilateral relationship, say senior ...
India, world leader in e-cinema
SINGAPORE, JUNE 17.
Great-grandchildren of NTR will be in father's custody: U.S. court
NEW YORK, JUNE 17. An United States court has granted the final custody of the great-grandchildren of the former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N.T. Rama Rao, to their father and paternal grandmother here and ruled that Indian courts had no ...
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