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Monday, February 16, 2004
Nuclear designs originated in China: daily
WASHINGTON, FEB. 15. The designs of nuclear weapons that Libya obtained from a Pakistani network originated in China, The Washington Post has reported saying it is one more evidence of China's "long suspected" role in transferring know-how ...
Technological disaster, says Moscow Mayor
MOSCOW, FEB. 15.At least 28 persons died, 110 were injured and scores trapped when the giant roof of a huge water park collapsed in Moscow last night. Five thousand square metres of a concrete-cum-glass roof caved in when 420 persons, including ...
North Korea warns Japan against derailing talks
SINGAPORE, FEB. 15.North Korea has warned that the prospective multilateral talks on its nuclear weapons `programme' might collapse if Japan were to raise `extraneous' issues. The second round of six-party parleys on the nuclear issue is ...
Kerry picks up two more caucuses
WASHINGTON, FEB. 15. Senator John Kerry is keeping the winning momentum picking up two more caucuses over the weekend Washington D.C. and Nevada. His victories were convincing in that in Nevada he almost had 63 per cent of the vote ...
Doubts over continuance of ceasefire pact with LTTE
COLOMBO, FEB. 15. The ceasefire agreement (CFA) between the Sri Lankan Government and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam is unlikely to continue in its present form if the recently formed United People's Freedom Alliance wins the April 2 ...
Pakistan to acquire radars from U.S.
ISLAMABAD, FEB. 15. Pakistan will soon acquire new radar systems, costing a total of around $365 million, from the United States, to boost its air defence capabilities. Pakistan's daily, The Dawn, reported that the nuclear-specific ...
India & World
Indian officials in Lahore
ISLAMABAD, FEB. 15. Indian officials arrived at Lahore today via the Wagah border for formal talks with their Pakistani counterparts to discuss the modalities and possible timeframe for a composite dialogue. There are no great expectations of any ...
`U.S. initiative will not affect Indo-Russian n-cooperation'
MOSCOW, FEB. 15.Washington's new non-proliferation initiative will not affect Indo-Russian nuclear cooperation, a Russian expert has said. ``There is no immediate threat to Russia's ongoing cooperation with India in the peaceful uses of ...
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