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Tuesday, April 12, 2005
Pakistan opens talks with Nuclear Suppliers Group
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 11.Hoping to get on to the bandwagon of the declared nuclear powers, Pakistan today opened formal dialogue with the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) with a commitment to work towards non-proliferation efforts. A two-member ...
Textbook row: onus is on Tokyo, says Beijing
SINGAPORE, APRIL 11.China today placed the onus squarely on Japan to "do more to enhance mutual trust and safeguard the overall interests of [bilateral] relations" amid protests in Chinese cities against a Japanese history textbook. Japan was ...
Blast behind factory collapse?
DHAKA, APRIL 11.Nearly 200 workers were believed trapped under the rubble of a nine-storey garment factory that collapsed near Dhaka last night. While 15 bodies were retrieved till this afternoon, 75 injured workers were rescued. The building, ...
Pakistan concedes Baloch demand on troops
ISLAMABAD APRIL 11., Pakistan has decided to withdraw security forces deployed between Dera Bugti and Sui towns in Balochistan province as part of the accord with the Bugti tribal chief and Jamhoori Watan Party president, Nawab Akbar ...
Ex-KGB General shot dead
MOSCOW:, A former KGB General was shot dead here in an apparent contract hit. Colonel General Anatoly Trofimov (65) was shot in the head and chest on Sunday night by a masked assassin near his apartment house. His wife Tatiana (28) was also shot ...
Honour for new "Schindler"
JERUSALEM:, For decades, Pearl Good kept the secret of the motor repair shop on Subocz Street and of the German army officer who declared her an essential war worker when really she was just darning socks. It was only when the 75-year-old ...
Kerry blames it on trickery
BOSTON:, Many voters in last year's presidential election were denied access to the polls through trickery and intimidation, former Democratic presidential candidate, John Kerry, told a voters' group. ``Last year too many people were denied ...
India & World
`The dragon and the elephant can get along'
NEW DELHI, APRIL 11. "It is possible for a dragon and an elephant to be on good terms with each other. And that is the current case with China and India. Premier Wen Jiabao, on his first visit to India, reached a consensus with his host on ...
Pakistan concerned about China's commitment to India
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 11. Pakistan has reasons to be concerned about the commitment made by China to support the Indian aspirations for an `active role' in the United Nations and international affairs. In the aftermath of the U.N. Secretary ...
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