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'SAARC journalists free to visit Pakistan'
LAHORE, NOV. 20.The fourth conference of the South Asian Free Media Association (SAFMA) on "Media and Reconciliation in South Asia" began here today with a resolution to allow free access in South Asian countries for media persons from the ...

'We have nothing to hide'
LAHORE, NOV. 20. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, today announced that any member of the South Asia Free Media Association was free to go to any place in the country, including the border areas, as there was "nothing to hide." "I am a ...

Troops rushed to Russian region
MOSCOW, NOV. 20.Moscow has rushed troops to the crisis-hit southern region of Karachayevo-Cherkessiya to prevent disturbances in the wake of a multiple slaying of local businessmen last month. The President of Karachayevo-Cherkessiya, Mushtafa ...

U.S. assails LTTE's acts
WASHINGTON, NOV. 20. The United States has described the recent attacks in Sri Lanka by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam as an "assault" on the peace process and urged all parties to return to negotiations. The Deputy Secretary of State, ...

U.N. Security Council seat sought for European Union
LONDON, NOV. 20. The new European Union Commissioner for External Affairs, Benita Ferrero-Waldner, has fuelled British fears about a European "super state'' after she called for a permanent seat for E.U. on the U.N. Security Council saying that ...

'Secular' alliance to unseat Khaleda regime
DHAKA, NOV. 20.The `secular' Opposition parties of Bangladesh have declared a movement based on a common nine-point charter of demands, with the aim of overthrowing the BNP-Jamaat coalition Government. The main Opposition Awami League, the ...

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`We have to discuss the options'
LAHORE, NOV. 20.The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, seems to be unhappy with the reported statement by the External Affairs Minister, K. Natwar Singh that India is prepared to "listen out" to Pakistan's proposals on Kashmir. "It is not a ...

No decision yet on arms sales to Pakistan: U.S.
WASHINGTON, NOV. 20. Although a transition is taking place in the United States, India is "very satisfied" that there continues to be "a very strong commitment" to strengthening and expanding bilateral relations, according to the Foreign ...

India, U.S. discuss opportunities in defence, IT
WASHINGTON, NOV. 20. Senior representatives from India and the United States from the official and private sectors have met here to discuss the expanding business opportunities in defence and information technology. `Dialogue on defence ...



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