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Tuesday, November 09, 2004
Pakistan to buy missiles from Ukraine
MOSCOW, NOV. 8. Pakistan may buy a large consignment of airborne missiles from Ukraine, a Ukrainian defence industry official was quoted as saying. The head of a missile-building factory in Ukraine said that his company was about to sign a ...
Scribes call for bridges across divided communities
COLOMBO, NOV. 8.A group of South Asian journalists has urged governments of the region to ``take confidence building measures and build bridges across the divided communities.'' Holding out a caution against the rise of ``religious revivalism, ...
U.S. troops launch assault on Fallujah
NEAR FALLUJAH (IRAQ), NOV. 8.Thousands of U.S. troops, backed by armour and a stunning air barrage, attacked the toughest strongholds of Sunni militants in Fallujah today, launching a long-awaited offensive aimed at putting an end to guerilla ...
Stiff resistance to Fallujah assault
MANAMA, NOV. 8.American forces on Monday faced stiff resistance as they began their military offensive against militants in Fallujah. U.S. troops, backed by an artillery barrage and sustained aerial bombardment, reached the western fringes of ...
Devoted wife or gold digger?
PARIS, NOV. 8. The remarks of Suha Arafat, wife of the ailing PLO Chairman, Yasser Arafat, that the Palestinian leadership was trying to "bury her husband alive" has set off a political storm. The Palestinian leadership does not like Ms. ...
`Suha Arafat does not represent Palestinians'
MANAMA, NOV. 8. Senior Palestinian leaders are visiting the ailing Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat, in a Paris hospital, reversing their earlier stance of calling off the visit. The Prime Minister, Ahmed Qurei, the former Prime Minister, ...
India & World
Combating terrorism, a priority for India, E.U.
THE HAGUE, NOV. 8. The partnership unveiled by India and the European Union envisages cooperation in a broad range of economic, political and cultural subjects and reflects the "strategic depth" in the relationship between the two sides, Indian ...
BJP's intention to return to Hindutva worries Manmohan
LONDON, NOV. 8. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, has described as "worrisome" the Bharatiya Janata Party's intention to return to Hindutva and the BJP president, L.K. Advani, invoking the Ram temple issue. Recognising that "political ...
`Crossings' have come down: Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 8. Pakistan claimed today that "crossings" into Jammu and Kashmir had gone down due to its conscious effort. Answering a question at the weekly briefing, the Foreign Office spokesman of Pakistan, Masood Khan, refuted New Delhi's ...
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