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Kerry wins five more States, Lieberman bows out of race
WASHINGTON, FEB. 4. Senator John Kerry is keeping up the momentum for the Democratic Presidential nomination. On Tuesday night, the Massachusetts politician picked up five out of the seven States that were holding contests including those with a ...

Offices in U.S. Capitol shut in ricin scare
WASHINGTON, FEB. 4.Even as the United States Capitol is partially open for business and the Senate trying to maintain its daily schedule, police and enforcement authorities have shut down three major office complexes where Senators have their ...

Collective effort must for peace: Chandrika
COLOMBO, FEB. 4.Sri Lanka today celebrated its 56th Independence Day with a rare public display of military hardware and a call by the Sri Lankan President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, for a coming together of all political forces. She also ...

Juppe move draws flak
PARIS, FEB. 4.The decision by Alain Juppe, former French Prime Minister and leader of President Jacques Chirac's ruling conservative Party, the UMP, to appeal a guilty verdict in a high profile corruption case has been sharply criticised by the ...

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    Kashmiri groups to meet in London
    LONDON, FEB. 4.Leaders of pro-independence Kashmiri groups from India and Pakistan will meet here on February 28 to discuss their role in any agreement on the Kashmir issue. Ayyub Thakur, president of the World Kashmir Freedom Movement, which ...

    Musharraf for `general cessation of violence' in Kashmir
    ISLAMABAD, FEB. 4.The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said that his country favoured a "general cessation of brutality and violence" in Kashmir where a whole range of interim measures, including reduction of forces by India, must be ...



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