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Sunday, February 05, 2006
Iran to swiftly begin enrichment
Teheran rejects a Russian compromise offer
Excerpts from text of resolution on Iran
(f) Recalling that ... the Director General noted that after nearly three years of intensive verification activity, the Agency is not yet in a position to clarify some important issues relating to Iran's nuclear program or to conclude that there ...
Not frightened by threats, says Rajapakse
"There is nothing to hide in the peace process. The Government is not forcibly bringing about a solution"
Thaksin vows to stay put
SINGAPORE: Thailand's Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra on Saturday reasserted his intention to stay in office despite the growing public protest over his policies and political style. In response to the calls that he resign or call a general ...
Prefers exercise regime to Parliament
At 87, some things are more pressing than politics. So Nelson Mandela offered his regrets on Friday, saying he could not attend the opening of South Africa's Parliament because it would mean interrupting a new exercise regime. The ...
73 killed in stampede at stadium near Manila
Tragedy occurred as people thronged venue of game show
India & World
India, Philippines to exchange military training expertise
Significant accord signed during President Abdul Kalam's visit
Arroyo thanks Kalam
MANILA: The Philippines President, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, on Saturday thanked her Indian counterpart, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, for putting her country back on New Delhi's radar screen. R.Venkataraman was the last head of State to visit Manila 15 ...
Pakistan prepared to show flexibility on Kashmir issue, says Pervez Musharraf
"Rigidity and violence must give way to positive engagement"
India may ask Russia to lower tea import duty
Gherman Gref to hold talks with Kamal Nath in New Delhi
Not for confederation, says Shaukat Aziz
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Saturday downplayed President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam's remarks that India and Pakistan could become a confederation in 50 years. ``This may be their way of thinking,'' Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz told reporters here while ...
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