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    Pre-war inputs wrong, admits Blair
    LONDON, SEPT. 26. The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, yesterday disclosed his `immense' sorrow for the plight of the British hostage in Iraq Kenneth Bigley. But he issued a powerful plea for the British people to back his firm stance against ...

    Israel behind Hamas leader's death?
    MANAMA, SEPT.26. A senior leader of the Palestinian militant group Hamas was assassinated in Damascus today amid suspicions that Israel was behind the killing. Izz el-Deen al-Sheikh Khalil, believed to be in charge of Hamas' military wing ...

    Young Russians protest
    MOSCOW, SEPT. 26.Hundreds of young left-wing radicals marched in Moscow on Sunday to protest the `bourgeois' policy of the Russian Government. Young people from a dozen of pro-Communist and anarchist groups waved red flags and chanted "Lenin, ...

    Eastern Sri Lanka on the boil
    COLOMBO, SEPT 26.With reports of internecine killing in parts of Batticaloa, which are under the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam's control, eastern Sri Lanka continues to simmer. According to unconfirmed reports, at least three LTTE cadres ...

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    India has understood Pakistan viewpoint, says Musharraf
    ISLAMABAD, SEPT. 26. Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has claimed after his recent meeting with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that the Indian side has clearly understood Pakistan viewpoint and expressed confidence that the peace process would ...

    Tories to woo Sikh community
    LONDON, SEPT. 26. Britain's Sikh community has been chosen for a special charm offensive by the Tories in a bid to woo the ethnic minorities ahead of next year's general elections. The party leader, Michael Howard, will kick off the campaign to ...

    Bollywood beckons British actors
    LONDON, SEPT. 26. An increasing number of British actors are making a beeline for Bollywood instead of Hollywood as Indian directors try to woo audiences with ``crossover films'' that appeal to international markets, according to a leading London ...

    Indian jurist's call to Pakistan legal community
    ISLAMABAD, SEPT. 26. The legal community in Pakistan must prepare the people of the country to accept the conversion of the Line of Control into permanent border, according to Adish C. Aggarwala, who is heading a 15-member Indian ...



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