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Tuesday, July 12, 2005
Bakiyev questions U.S. presence in Kyrgyzstan
"Air base needs scrutiny as Afghanistan situation has changed"
Koizumi wins a round in reform battle
"Agenda of reforms needed to give a thrust to economic superpower"
London finds its rhythm again
Living in fear meant capitulating to the "cowards'' behind the attacks
India & World
Pakistan denies training camps
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday said that it did not have any camps on its soil, imparting training to militants operating in Jammu and Kashmir. "There are no terrorist camps in Pakistan," Foreign Office spokesman Jalil Abbas Jilani said here, ...
Discovery will lift off with Kalpana's picture
HOUSTON: The countdown for the launch of Discovery, first shuttle to be launched since the Columbia crash two years ago, began at 3.30 a. m. (IST) on Monday. Discovery will carry a photograph of the India-born, Columbia astronaut, Kalpana ...
India's clean chit to Dhaka
DHAKA: The leader of a visiting Indian parliamentary delegation has said Bangladesh does not harbour any Indian insurgents, but they might be seeking shelter in some countries including Bangladesh. According to a Foreign Ministry press release ...
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