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Monday, December 19, 2005
Iraq: hardliners set agenda, says Powell
Bitter infighting was on in the Bush Administration during the invasion
FIGHTING HATE CRIMES
Arab American tackles stereotypes with comedy
DUBAI: Sick of endlessly being taken for a possible terrorist just because of the way he looks, Arab American Ahmed Ahmed has fought back with an unconventional weapon, comedy. Rather than hitting the streets in protest, he conveys his anger ...
Platinum bounty for South African tribe
PRETORIA: South Africa's wealthiest tribe, the Bafokeng, became even richer on Thursday with a deal in which they will take control of 9 per cent of Impala Platinum, the world's second largest platinum producer. The deal offered by the mine will ...
India & World
"A rude shock for the rich nations"
Unlike in the previous ministerials, they were not able to dictate the draft here
CII welcomes WTO deal
HONG KONG: Indian industry on Sunday welcomed the WTO deal terming it a positive step and complimented Commerce Minister Kamal Nath for negotiating several provisions of vital interest to India. "A positive outcome of the Hong Kong ...
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