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Tuesday, January 31, 2006
U.S. rules out funds for Hamas-led government
Militant leader appeals against halting aid; calls for talks
U.N. for ASEAN role in Myanmar
SINGAPORE: United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan is understood to have suggested that the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) encourage the military-ruled Myanmar to move towards democracy, according to Malaysia. This comes in ...
Pakistan alleges sabotage behind train derailment
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday claimed that the derailment of a passenger train running between Rawalpindi and Lahore on Sunday was caused by sabotage. "It is almost confirmed now that it is an act of sabotage. The evidence says it is ...
Russia, China urged to get tough with Iran
IAEA meeting on Thursday to decide on U.N. referral
Palme prize for Suu Kyi
STOCKHOLM: Aung San Suu Kyi, the pro-democracy activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate who has long been under house arrest in Myanmar, has been named winner of the Olof Palme Prize, organisers said on Monday. The award is endowed by the family ...
Chavez calls for offensive against imperialism
Cindy Sheehan plans protest outside George Bush's ranch in Texas
India & World
It is a farce, says Musharraf
NEW YORK: Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has alleged that New Delhi used cross-border terrorism as a pretext for not improving bilateral ties. "This is always the farce they (India) use not to move forward," he told Newsweek in ...
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