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Sunday, September 18, 2005
Musharraf's remarks on women draw flak
Disparaging language, says ex-Premier Benazir
Afghanistan set for landmark elections though beset with perils
Poll fires the imagination of youth who want to wrench power from men of violence
Dramatic increae in severe hurricanes
Rising surface temperatures (SST) over the last 35 years apear to have caused the number of severe tropical cyclones to increase dramatically. While avidence suggests this could be due to 'greenhouse effect' warning, longer term records to ...
German outcome hinges on the undecided
Two major political coalitions running neck and neck in today's election
Merkel cut up with cut-out
BERLIN: "The initial intention was never to be without Ms. Merkel and to do everything with her at our side. But after just four days we got thoroughly fed up of her constant company," laughs journalist Timm Kragenow of the Financial Times ...
Nelson's funeral procession recreated
LONDON: Initially, it looked less like a solemn re-creation of a poignant national event than rush hour in central London, with added water and cannon fire. Rowing boats, gin palaces, Thames barges and cutters, yachts, ferries, inflatables, ...
India & World
How India became a battleground for CIA and KGB in the 1970s
It seemed like the entire country was on sale, says book "People in high places, including ministers, were willing to provide sensitive information to the highest bidder"
Indo-Latin American meet to be held in Goa
PANAJI: : Ambassadors, Charge d'affaires and High Commissioners of several prominent Latin American and Caribbean countries will attend a three-day seminar `Indo-Latin American and Caribbean relations' to be held here from October ...
Dhaka told of concern
NEW DELHI: India has expressed profound shock and serious concern to Bangladesh after Rupa Chakrabarti, wife of Indian Deputy High Commissioner Sarbajit Chakrabarti, was detained and manhandled on Thursday by some armed persons in Dhaka. New ...
Dhaka arrests tycoon's guard
DHAKA: The Bangladesh police have arrested a security guard of a business tycoon for his alleged involvement in a brawl with the Indian Deputy High Commissioner's wife. A hunt is on for three others accused in the case. Hedayatul Islam (35) ...
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