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Vajpayee seeks German expertise for river-link project
MUNICH, MAY 29. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today called for German expertise in the project for linking major rivers in India, both to optimise the use of water and for river transportation, and German interest in ports, railways ...
India raises dispute over E.U. `preferences' to Pakistan
MUNICH, MAY 29. The Commerce Minister, Arun Jaitley, said today that India was raising a dispute with the European Union at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) over ``preferences'' given by the E.U. to Pakistan in return for measures taken by ...
U.S. feels `encouraged' by India, Pakistan moves
WASHINGTON, MAY 29. The Bush administration has said that it is "encouraged" by the recent initiatives of India and Pakistan and that it was basically left to the two South Asian countries to carry forward that relationship. "We are, in fact, ...
Row over weapons clouds Blair's Iraq visit
LONDON, MAY 29. The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair's high-profile visit to Iraq today — the first by a Western leader after the invasion — was clouded by a political storm here over the U.S. Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld's ...
Bush to give a push to peace process
WASHINGTON, MAY 29. With a view to giving a push to the West Asia peace process especially to the recently unveiled "road map'', the U.S. President, George W Bush, plans to hold his first meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, first on a ...
Palestinian PM confident of halting attacks on Israel
MANAMA, MAY 29. Israel's Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, is going ahead with his meeting with the Palestinian Prime Minister, Mahmoud Abbas, tonight in order to lay the groundwork for a peace summit with the U.S. President, George W Bush, next ...
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  • Shanghai Group denounces misuse of anti-terror war
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  • A landmark for Nigerian democracy
  • Prodi criticises E.U. statute draft
  • Attack on Baghdad hotel was avoidable, says CPJ
  • `AIDS will be threat to social fabric of India'
  • Modernisation work begins at Sri Lanka's oil tank farm



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