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Tuesday, September 13, 2005
Jubilant Palestinians take over Gaza Strip settlements
Israel hands over charge to Palestinian Authority after 38 years of occupation
Koizumi to focus on economic reforms
Premier reaffirms intention to quit in one year
Violence rocks Northern Ireland
LONDON: Efforts were being made on Monday to restore peace in Northern Ireland after the province was plunged into violence at the weekend following a dispute over the route of a Protestant march. The rioting, which broke out on Saturday and ...
India & World
Manmohan defends India's record in nuclear sector
"Restrictive regimes should be abandoned"
Take a fresh look at India, says Manmohan Singh
It is a land of opportunity, liberalisation process "irreversible"
No swap for Sarabjit: Pakistan
"We do not have spies in India; those released were civilians"
Regime change in nuclear technology trade, transfer: Saran
French agree to reduce "cost escalations" in Scorpene deal
Former PoK President to visit India for dialogue on Kashmir
First visit by a senior leader from disputed territory reflects progress in peace talks
Siachen: Karamat hints at accord
New York meeting may lead to troop withdrawal
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