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Sunday, April 10, 2005
U.S. nuclear warheads plan under fire
WASHINGTON, APRIL 9.Democrats and American arms control groups warned yesterday that a new Bush administration scheme to replace ageing nuclear warheads could be used as a cover for the eventual construction of a ``black arsenal'' of new ...
Pakistani indicted for export of nuclear device
WASHINGTON, APRIL 9.A Pakistani national has illegally exported devices that could be used to test, develop and detonate nuclear weapons; and a Federal indictment has been unsealed against him together with a guilty plea from a business associate ...
Sunni, Shia marchers demand end to occupation
MANAMA, APRIL 9.Tens of thousands of Iraqis have poured into the streets of Baghdad demanding the end of the American occupation, exactly two years after U.S. troops had seized control of the Iraqi capital. Most of the demonstrators in Baghdad ...
Tension as Jews threaten to storm disputed site
JERUSALEM, APRIL 9.Israel's Public Security Minister on Saturday said police would prevent hundreds of Jewish extremists from storming the most hotly disputed holy site in Jerusalem as Palestinian militant groups stepped up threats to retaliate ...
Chinese protesters attack Japanese embassy
BEIJING, APRIL 9.About 1,000 protesters threw rocks and broke windows at the Japanese embassy on Saturday after a noisy march demanding a boycott of Japanese goods to oppose new textbooks that critics say gloss over Tokyo's wartime atrocities. ...
Zardari's return may spur pro-democracy agitation
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 9. With a week to go for the arrival of Asif Ali Zardari, husband of the former Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto, from Dubai and desire of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) to use the occasion as a launching pad for its agitation ...
India & World
In the words of Deng Xiaoping
SINGAPORE, April 9. Deng Xiaoping, China's late paramount leader, had said that "unless both India and China become well developed, there is no such thing as an Asian Century". This observation acquires a strategic resonance of relevance to the ...
Cricket not as important as talks on Kashmir, says Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 9. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said that more than cricket the basic objective of his three-day visit to India beginning on April 16 is to hold discussions on Kashmir. In a brief reference while addressing a ...
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