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    Deuba not keen on another ceasefire
    KATHMANDU, SEPT 29. Bolstered by the flow of weapons from India and elsewhere for its counter-insurgency operations and fearful that the Maoist rebels might regroup, the Nepalese Government is not keen on another ceasefire with the ...

    Saudi militant funded Beslan raid: Russia
    MOSCOW, SEPT. 29. The school hostage-taking raid in Beslan, southern Russia, earlier this month was financed by a Saudi militant, the Russian military has said. Abu Hafs, a Saudi national, funded the siege in North Ossetia and a foiled terror ...

    Visitor biometric system from today
    WASHINGTON, SEPT. 29. Visitors who are eligible to travel to the U.S. without a visa will encounter new procedures at the air and sea ports from Thursday. The Department of Homeland Security says the changes will enhance both the travel safety ...

    Blair disputes Annan remarks
    LONDON, SEPT. 29. The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, has questioned the U.N. Secretary-General, Kofi Annan's remarks that the Iraq war was `illegal' because it was not specifically authorised by the world body. In an interview with the ...

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    Plane was not detained, says U.S. Embassy
    KATHMANDU, SEPT. 29. The United States Embassy in Nepal today denied that an official consignment of weapons meant for "anti-terrorist" training of the Nepal police had been detained by the Indian authorities. Constance Golding-Jones, a ...

    U.S. sanctions on two Indians for `selling' arms to Iran
    WASHINGTON, SEPT. 29. The United States today slapped sanctions on two Indians, Dr. C. Surendar and Dr. Y.S.R. Prasad, seven Chinese firms, and companies from Belarus, North Korea, Russia, Spain and Ukraine for "selling" weapons or cruise and ...



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