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U.S. campaign finale shaken up by Osama
WASHINGTON, OCT. 30.The Al-Qaeda leader, Osama bin Laden, has shaken up the United States election scenario with his latest videotape threatening the country with more attacks, setting in motion a predictable course of events at the campaign ...
Osama threatens more attacks
MANAMA, OCT. 30. With four days left for the American presidential elections, the Al-Qaeda chief, Osama bin Laden, has made a timely appearance on a videotape, where he alludes to masterminding the September 11 attacks on U.S. targets three years ...
Chandrika consolidates position as UPFA strength goes up
COLOMBO, OCT. 30.The Sri Lankan President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, further consolidated her position today with the appointment of three non-Cabinet Ministers from a breakaway faction of the Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC). The appointments ...
Arafat being examined, leukaemia suspected
PARIS, OCT. 30.Physicians specialising in the treatment of leukaemia were examining the ailing Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat, on Saturday to determine whether he suffers from the blood disorder, Palestinian sources said. The 75-year-old ...
The Times goes tabloid
London: The venerable Times of London published its final edition as a broadsheet newspaper on Saturday. On Monday, it relaunches as a tabloid. The Times is the second British newspaper to move to a smaller, more ...
India & World
India denies charges of BSF push-in attempts
DHAKA, OCT. 30. India has said the Bangladesh media's reports on the Border Security Force's (BSF) attempts to push-in "Bengali-speaking Indian Muslims" into Bangladesh are incorrect and baseless.
Putin discusses visit to India with envoy
MOSCOW, OCT. 30. The Russian President, Vladimir Putin, discussed preparations for his coming visit to India with Russia's new envoy to New Delhi. Mr. Putin met Ambassador Vyacheslav Trubnikov on Friday ahead of his departure to New Delhi to ...
INSIDE CENTRAL ASIA - I
Indians take big steps in Kazakh steel town
TIMERTAU: The irony is unavoidable and virtually everyone you meet Kazakh, Russian or Indian in this gritty, crumbling town in the heart of Kazakhstan's Karaganda region will mention it at least once with a smile: Here, in a place ...
No change in Pakistan's stand on J&K: Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, OCT. 30. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said that Pakistan has not given up its principled stand on Jammu and Kashmir issue. Addressing the newly-elected members of the Northern Areas Legislative Council in Rawalpindi ...
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