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U.S. to sell six C-130 aircraft to Pak.
ISLAMABAD, AUG. 20. The United States has agreed to sell six C-130 aircraft to Pakistan as part of the defence cooperation between the two countries. The U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan, Nancy J. Powell, called on the Pakistan Chief of Air Staff, ...
U.N. won't be intimidated, says Kofi Annan
WASHINGTON, AUG. 20.The United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, has said that the deadly suicide attack on the world body's headquarters in Baghdad did not mean that the business of staying there has come to an end. The blast killed at ...
U.S. `allays' fears on Coral Sea exercises
WASHINGTON, AUG. 20.The Bush administration is trying to play down the notion that the military exercises planned in the Coral Sea is focussed on North Korea; and is stressing that the interdiction manoeuvres planned are all well within what had ...
Schroeder sets agenda for sweeping reforms
BRUSSELS, AUG. 20.German authorities are taking `special initiatives' to trim the so-called constitutional and procedural flab, in order to pave the way for the smooth implementation of political and economic reforms. These reforms have been ...
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    5 Indian women cricketers missing in London
    LONDON, AUG. 20.Five members of a visiting Indian women's cricket team are reported to have disappeared, raising suspicion that it might be an attempt to stay on in Britain after the expiry of their three-week visa. But police said they were ...
    Sri Lanka's ties with India `a source of strength'
    COLOMBO, AUG. 20. The Sri Lankan Constitutional Affairs Minister, G.L. Peiris, today described the island's relationship with India as a ``source of strength'', particularly during the current ``challenging phase''. Releasing a book ``The ...



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