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Iraq War Updates

Protests mar talks for new govt.
UR (IRAQ), APRIL 15. A U.S.-sponsored forum that brought Iraqi opposition leaders together to shape the country's post-war government began on Tuesday with a U.S. promise not to rule Iraq and concluded with an agreement to meet again in 10 days. ...


AI, IA taken off disinvestment list
NEW DELHI, APRIL 15. The Government today decided to withdraw Air- India and Indian Airlines from the disinvestment process in view of the huge investments proposed to be made shortly for fleet acquisition. With this decision, much of the steam ...
U.S. charges are falsifications: Syria
DAMASCUS, APRIL 15. Syria on Tuesday denounced U.S. accusations that it was developing chemical weapons as "threats and falsifications" designed to further Israeli interests. In a statement, the country's Cabinet said the "escalated language ...
Mayawati effigies burnt
LUCKNOW, APRIL 15.Samajwadi Party workers today set ablaze vehicles and effigies of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mayawati, to protest the filing of cases against their party president, Mulayam Singh Yadav, and other senior leaders. Party ...
We'll go to any extent: Jamali
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 15. Amid the raging war of words between Islamabad and New Delhi, the Pakistan Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Jamali, has asserted that his country could go to any extent to defend itself against India. In an interview to the ...
Petrol, diesel prices cut
NEW DELHI, APRIL 15. State-owned oil firms today decreased the retail selling price of petrol and diesel by up to Rs. 1.08 and Rs. 1.18 per litre respectively, in step with the global softening of crude prices. The new prices would be ...
Vegetables, fruits dearer
NEW DELHI, APRIL 15. Prices of fruits and vegetables soared in Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka on the second day of the nationwide indefinite strike by truckers. The Government has invited the All India Motor Transport ...
Eight jawans killed
PATNA, APRIL 15. At least eight Bihar Military Police jawans, including the officer-in-charge of the Govindpur police station, Shailendra Ram, were killed and one person was injured when their patrol jeep was blown up with landmines on the ...



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