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E.U. mulls over key changes
PARIS, NOV. 29. The European Union's Italian presidency today proposed putting off any change to Member-States' voting rights for another five years in an attempt to resolve a row blocking agreement on the E.U.'s first constitution. The talks ...
Vigorous input from Chandrika needed, says Peiris
COLOMBO, NOV. 29. Sri Lanka's Chief Government Negotiator, G.L. Peiris, is of the view that the time has come for a "more direct and vigorous input" by the President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, in the next stage of the peace process. He was also ...
Reply to proposals to be sent tomorrow
COLOMBO, NOV. 29. The Sri Lankan Prime Minister's Office on Friday said a reply to the proposals by the President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, for a Joint Peace Council, would be sent by Monday. Denying reports that the President's offer has been ...
Peace process suffers setback
LONDON, NOV. 29.The fragile Northern Ireland peace process faces an uncertain future with hardline Unionists and Republicans emerging as the largest groups after elections to the 108-member Provincial Assembly, results for which were announced on ...
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    ISLAMABAD, NOV. 29. The Pakistan Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, has expressed the hope that the expected participation of the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, in the SAARC Summit scheduled here in the first week of January, will ...



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