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Tuesday, October 04, 2005
Pioneering study conquers a disease
Thanks to the discovery, peptic ulcer can be cured by a short regimen of antibiotics
Hunt for key Bali suspects
BALI (INDONESIA): Investigators hunting for the masterminds of three suicide bombings on the popular resort island of Bali hoped to quickly identify the bombers on Monday with photographs of their severed heads circulating in newspapers ...
Amazon rain forests drying out in worst-ever drought
Water levels in rivers and lakes fall sharply
Turkey approves E.U. terms
ANKARA: Turkey approved a much-debated text on Monday setting out the framework for European Union membership negotiations and was sending its Foreign Minister to Luxembourg to begin talks. Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul said Turkey had ...
India & World
India for liberalisation of visa regime
Three proposals likely to be presented
Six Indians figure in intellectuals' list
LONDON: An opinion poll launched to select the top five intellectuals in the world from a list of 100 names, include six Indians. Among the world's leading 100 contemporary public intellectuals are economist and Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen, ...
Natwar, Kasuri discuss Siachen
Pakistan Foreign Secretary optimistic on resolution of Kashmir issue
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