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Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Relief operations resume in Pakistan
Aid agencies believe many villages can be accessed only through air
Blair-Rice talks focus on Iran
"Military action over the nuclear dossier is inconceivable,'' Mr. Straw said
Iraq troops - poll
Scientists devise new stem cell technique
The technique to extract stem cells without impairing the embryos could remove a major hurdle in developing treatments for diabetes and motor neuron disease
China, S. Korea protest Koizumi's shrine visit
Beijing conveys objection to Japanese envoy
The old villa and America
U.S. blockade hinders restoration of Hemingway home
Now, Imelda Marcos, the musical
A theatrical event that hits the highs and the lows, the triumphs and the tears
New tropical storm brews near U.S.
GEORGE TOWN (CAYMAN ISLANDS): Tropical Storm Wilma formed south of the Cayman Islands on Monday, tying the record for the most storms in an Atlantic hurricane season and following a path that could potentially menace the U.S. Gulf Coast later ...
Merkel announces Cabinet line-up
BERLIN: German Chancellor-designate Angela Merkel completed her Cabinet line-up on Monday, naming a set of conservative ministers that combined former members of Chancellor Helmut Kohl's government with newcomers and confidants with critics. Ms. ...
Prodi wins nationwide primary
ROME: Italian Opposition leader Romano Prodi won overwhelming support in a nationwide primary that confirmed him as the Centre-Left candidate for Italy's general elections next year, results showed on Monday. With 92.4 per cent of 10,000 polling ...
India & World
U.S. moving forward in nuclear deal with India
U.S. may ask NSG for a specific exception to India
Additional funding for quake victims
LONDON: The European Commission on Monday decided to allocate another 10 million euros for the victims of the quake a week after the killer temblor devastated parts of India and Pakistan. The 10 million euro in new funding would target such ...
Indian teams in Dhaka to assess security
DHAKA: Security teams from India arrived here on Monday to assess the security arrangements for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh ahead of his visit to the Bangladeshi capital to attend the 13th SAARC summit in the second week of November. The ...
India, Myanmar pact on joint interrogation
NEW DELHI: In a boost to the mutual cooperation in tackling criminal and insurgency-related activities, India and Myanmar have agreed to hold joint interrogation of persons arrested for drugs, arms smuggling and for involvement in militancy. ...
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