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Tuesday, December 07, 2004
Blair, Musharraf meet to discuss war on terror
LONDON, DEC. 6. The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair and the Pakistan President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, met on Monday for talks that were expected to be dominated by the fight against terrorism and the search for peace in West Asia . ...
Mediators called back as Ukraine crisis deepens
MOSCOW, DEC. 6.Ukraine's President, Leonid Kuchma, called international mediators back to Kiev today as the two-week-old election crisis hit a new deadlock with the Opposition refusing to honour a package deal negotiated last week. Following ...
Talks with LTTE linked to final settlement: Colombo
COLOMBO, DEC. 6.The Sri Lankan Government today said its "clear policy" on the resumption of the stalled peace negotiations with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) was that talks on an interim self-rule should be linked to a final ...
Bush pushes for passage of intelligence bill
WASHINGTON, DEC. 6.Prominent law makers on both sides of the aisle are urging the Republican controlled House of Representatives to pass the intelligence reform measure so that the urgently needed changes can be put in place at the very earliest. ...
India & World
Pakistan reiterates stand on bus service
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 6. On the eve of talks for the proposed Muzaffarabad-Srinagar bus service, Pakistan has said that it would not accept any formula on travel documents of passengers that would raise doubts about the `disputed nature' of Jammu and ...
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 6.The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, wishes to visit Pakistan early next year, the Indian High Commissioner, Shiv Shankar Menon, said today in Karachi. He added that Mr. Singh had already received an invitation from the ...
Blair rules out mediation
LONDON, DEC. 6. Brushing aside the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf's plea for a ``role'' in resolving the Kashmir dispute, the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, has said both India and Pakistan should be supported to sort out the problem ...
Indian girl spells her way to success
LONDON, DEC. 6.Schoolgirls of Indian origin have beaten some 100,000 rivals including native English speakers to top the Hard Spell Competition. They notched up an impressive list of correctly spelt diverse and difficult words. Gayathri Kumar, ...
Musharraf sees light at the end of the tunnel
WASHINGTON, DEC. 6.The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said that even while India and Pakistan are supposed to be going about the resolution of the dispute over Kashmir in a "purposeful manner" and that he is "fairly upbeat" about the ...
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