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Tuesday, October 26, 2004
CMP mooted to solve Sri Lankan conflict
COLOMBO, OCT. 25. Emphasising the need for a "bipartisan consensus" between the ruling Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) and the Opposition United National Party (UNP), the Editor-in-Chief of The Hindu , N. Ram, said today a "genuine ...
Bush, Kerry focus on swing States
WASHINGTON, OCT 25. With exactly a week to go for the U.S. electoral showdown and most national polls still showing it a dead heat, the Republican candidate, George W Bush, and his Democratic challenger, Senator John Kerry, are rolling out the ...
Hu, Powell discuss Taiwan
SINGAPORE, OCT. 25. The Chinese President, Hu Jintao, told the U.S. Secretary of State, Colin Powell, in Beijing today that concerted opposition to the forces promoting the idea of "Taiwan independence" was in the common interests of both China ...
Question on bullet trains' safety
TOKYO, OCT. 25.For four decades, Japan's high-speed ``bullet'' trains have moved millions of people through this earthquake-prone nation efficiently, at high speed and without a single derailment until now. The 6.8-magnitude quake that ...
14 Palestinians killed in fresh Gaza offensive
MANAMA, OCT. 25.Israel has launched another major offensive in Gaza, coinciding with a crucial session of its Parliament where the Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, is seeking to convey to his detractors that the Israeli military dominates the ...
India & World
Passports: Pakistan sore at `exclusion'
ISLAMABAD, OCT. 25. Pakistan has said the reported decision of India to exclude Islamabad in the passports to be issued to people of Kashmir is `discriminatory' and against the spirit of the composite dialogue process. Responding to a question ...
Neither plebiscite nor conversion of LoC a solution, says Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, OCT. 25. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, tonight said that neither plebiscite nor conversion of the Line of Control (LoC) as a permanent border could be a solution to the Kashmir issue. Addressing an Iftar dinner for the ...
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