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Tuesday, November 02, 2004
U.S. campaign ends with flood of ads
WASHINGTON, NOV. 1.Campaigning in the United States presidential election reached its final hours on Sunday in an epic cacophony of advertisements striking notes of hope and fear, patriotism and betrayal as the candidates headed into a final ...
Chandrika calls for consensus
COLOMBO, NOV. 1. The Sri Lankan President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, today called upon all parties, including the Opposition United National Party (UNP), to work together to evolve a consensus on basic issues relating to conflict-resolution. ...
Osama has no `impact'
WASHINGTON, NOV. 1.A poll by The Wall Street Journal/ NBC News has shown that there has not been an October surprise either by Osama bin Laden's tape or the Iraq explosives on the U.S. elections. The poll taken after the airing of the tape shows ...
Nigerian unions declare Shell public enemy
LAGOS, NOV. 1.Unions declared the top oil multinational here, Royal Dutch/Shell, ``an enemy of the Nigerian people'' and called a November 16 nationwide strike that they said would target oil exports in Africa's oil giant. The threats on ...
Bill on Musharraf's dual roles passed
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 1.Pakistan Parliament today approved the bill to enable the President, Pervez Musharraf, to continue as Chief of Army Staff. He could continue in that post till October 2007 when his term as President ends. The Senate passed ...
Now for a human facial transplant
CLEVELAND, NOV. 1. The Cleveland Clinic has received approval for a human facial transplant for someone severely disfigured by burns or disease, the first time an institution has got such clearance. Several independent medical teams around the ...
Army chief in Colombo
COLOMBO, NOV. 1. The Chief of Army Staff, N.C. Vij, arrived here today on a three-day official visit the first by an Indian Army chief since the de-induction of the Indian Peace Keeping Force in 1990. Gen. Vij was received by the ...
'Fund of goodwill' for India in Japan: Somnath
SINGAPORE, NOV. 1. An Indian parliamentary delegation and the presiding officers of the two Houses of the Japanese Diet (Parliament) today explored the frontiers of bilateral cooperation during their meetings in Tokyo. The Lok Sabha Speaker and ...
India & World
INSIDE CENTRAL ASIA-III
Those with pipelines call the tune
Almaty: If there is one issue which is the source of even greater heartburn than the battle for control of the most lucrative oil fields of Central Asia, it is the struggle to decide how the region's vast reserves of energy will be transported ...
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