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Monday, June 30, 2003
U.S. invites Abbas for talks
JERICHO (WEST BANK), JUNE 29.The United States President, George W. Bush's National Security Advisor, Condoleezza Rice, has invited the Palestinian Prime Minister, Mahmud Abbas, to visit Washington, a senior Palestinian official said on Sunday. ...
U.S. operation to crush Iraqi rebels
CAMP BOOM (IRAQ), JUNE 29.U.S. forces launched a massive operation today to crush insurgents and capture senior figures from Saddam Hussein's ousted regime in a show of force designed to stem a wave of deadly attacks on U.S. troops. The ...
Tension building up between Pak. lawyers, judges
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 29.Relations between lawyers and judges of various courts in Pakistan have hit a new low. In an unprecedented action, the Pakistan Bar Council (PBC) on Saturday made public the draft of its `white paper', questioning several ...
Questions raised over U.S. aid package for Pakistan
WASHINGTON, JUNE 29. There may be some in Pakistan who believe that the President, Pervez Musharraf, had been given the short shrift by the Bush administration despite all the things he (Gen. Musharraf) has done for the United States in the ...
Media stirring up unrest: Myanmar
YANGON, JUNE 29. Myanmar's military government accused dissidents and foreign media of trying to stir up unrest through their reports on the Opposition leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, who completes one month in detention on Monday. The state-run ...
India & World
PM visit has yielded `better than expected' results
BEIJING, JUNE 29.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee's visit to China has yielded ``better than expected'' results for the final settlement of the boundary dispute, according to the former Chinese Ambassador to India, Cheng Ruisheng. ``The ...
Will China be flexible on Sikkim?
BEIJING, JUNE 29.Although China has officially maintained that the Sikkim question could be solved only in ``a gradual manner'', the possibility of Beijing resorting to a cartographic recognition of the territory as India's at some stage in the ...
JKLF for 'pro-active' U.S. role in peace process
LONDON, JUNE 29.The U.K.-based Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) has called for a more ``pro-active'' U.S. role in pushing forward the India-Pakistan peace process, saying that any dialogue between the two must involve the people of Jammu ...
India, Canada to identify areas of military cooperation
TORONTO, JUNE 29. India and Canada have agreed to identify areas of military cooperation and strengthen relations between the two countries, as the `INS Tarangini' sailed into this port city, the first visit by an Indian ship to Canada in 36 ...
Britain's heart patients may undergo surgery in India
LONDON, JUNE 29.In a bid to overcome the long waiting lists in the Britain's National Health Service (NHS), patients suffering from heart and lung ailments may be flown to India for surgery quickly and at almost half the cost, a media report said ...
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