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Saturday, March 26, 2005
11 police commandos killed in Ramadi
BAGHDAD, MARCH 25.A suicide bomber detonated an explosives-laden vehicle near the restive central city of Ramadi, killing 11 Iraqi police commandos and injuring 14 persons including two U.S. Army soldiers, the U.S. military said on Friday. The ...
Pakistan may hand over nuclear parts to IAEA
ISLAMABAD, MARCH 25. The Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf, has said his regime is considering sending parts of nuclear centrifuges to Vienna, headquarters of the International Atomic Energy Commission (IAEA), for inspection. "To end the ...
Kyrgyzstan slips into chaos
MOSCOW, MARCH 25.Kyrgyzstan's new leaders promised election in three months and scrambled to restore law and order as crowds of Opposition supporters went on the rampage in the capital Bishkek. A new presidential election will be held in June ...
Another setback to Schiavo's parents
PINELLAS PARK (FLORIDA), MARCH 25. As Terri Schiavo's health waned, a Federal judge refused to order the reinsertion of her feeding tube on Friday, thwarting another move from the brain-damaged woman's parents in their battle to keep her alive ...
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Campaigners hail Modi's decision as `victory'
LONDON, MARCH 25. Asian civil rights groups have hailed the last-minute cancellation of the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi's visit to Britain as a "victory" for their campaign, but said that they would continue to press for a permanent ban ...
India, Myanmar to strengthen ties
SINGAPORE, MARCH 25. India and Myanmar today agreed to sustain dialogue and "further strengthen" various aspects of "concrete cooperation to counter terrorist activities in the border region". The specific understanding on this sensitive ...
Bollywood, Kollywood music fete in Singapore
SINGAPORE, MARCH 25. A concert of select musical compositions from the contemporary Bollywood scene is to be held in Singapore tomorrow as a charity event in support of the local Education Trust Fund, which seeks to cater to the needs of ...
No unilateral pullout: Kasuri
ISLAMABAD, MARCH 25. Pakistan today clarified that while it was willing to pull out troops from the Siachen, it would not be a unilateral move. "Pakistan stands by the agreement, entered with India on the withdrawal of forces from the Siachen ...
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