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Monday, November 08, 2004
No cakewalk for Bush in Senate
WASHINGTON, NOV. 7. The Republicans' solid gain of five seats in the Senate may give the impression that the President, George W Bush, is likely to have his way on some of the major aspects of his `agenda' in the second term; but analysts caution ...
Blair to re-affirm loyalty to Bush
LONDON, NOV. 7. The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, will re-affirm his loyalty to the U.S. President, George W. Bush, when he visits Washington this week despite warnings that, given the widespread anti-Bush sentiment here, the visit is not ...
Militants kill 21 Iraqi policemen
MANAMA, NOV. 7. Iraq's interim Government has declared a 60-day state of emergency ahead of an anticipated American military assault on Fallujah. The official spokesman, Thaer Naqib, said the emergency would cover the whole of Iraq except the ...
MOSCOW: Thousand of Communist supporters held rallies and demonstrations across Russia on Sunday to mark the October Revolution anniversary and protest Government plans to dismantle the social security net. In Moscow demonstrators led by the ...
Ivory Coast troops withdraw from frontlines
ABIDJAN (Ivory Coast). NOV. 7. The commander of Ivory Coast's ground offensive against rebels in the north ordered troops to withdraw from the frontline today as France flew in more soldiers to its former West African colony. The move follows ...
India & World
Engaging the U.S. a necessity: Manmohan
THE HAGUE, NOV. 7. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, on Sunday flew into a Europe still smarting from the re-election of the U.S. President, George W. Bush, with President Jacques Chirac of France declaring that the result had left the world ...
Talks on key issues likely during Aziz visit
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 7. India and Pakistan have begun preparations for substantive discussions during the visit of the Pakistan Prime Minister, Shaukat Aziz, to New Delhi beginning on November 23. Though Mr. Aziz will be in New Delhi in his capacity ...
Hinduism and Buddhism are twins: Dalai Lama
DURBAN, NOV. 7. The Dalai Lama today praised the Indian-origin South Africans for keeping alive the tradition, culture and religious practices of India, the country which he described as his ``spiritual home''. The spiritual leader of the ...
Honour for Indian doctor
LONDON, NOV. 7. The U.S.-based NGO, Junior Chamber International, has named an Indian doctor at the University College the ``World's Outstanding Young Person for 2004'' for his exemplary service to medical care and education. Dr. Koshy Eapen, ...
4 Indian fishermen in Qatar missing
DUBAI, NOV. 7. Four Indian fishermen-based in Al Khor in Qatar have been reported missing as their boat remains untraced for the 11th day today. Sources in the Al Khor fishing community told Doha's The Peninsula newspaper that the ...
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