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Deuba for consensus on dialogue with Maoists
KATHMANDU, JULY 27.The new Government in Nepal wants to open a dialogue with the Maoists "straightaway" but will first work at formulating a broad national consensus on its position for negotiations, the Prime Minister, Sher Bahadur Deuba, told ...

Ukraine drops bid to join E.U., NATO
MOSCOW, JULY 27.Ukraine has formally abandoned its goal of joining NATO in a sign of its growing tilt towards Russia. The Ukrainian President, Leonid Kuchma, signed a decree ordering changes in the country's defence doctrine to remove ...

Pakistan seeks hostages' release
ISLAMABAD, JULY 27. The Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf, and the Prime Minister, Chaudhary Shujat Hussain, joined the National Assembly in appealing to the Iraqi captors to release the two Pakistani citizens, hailing from Pakistan-occupied ...

Deadlock over agenda for Sri Lanka peace talks continues
COLOMBO, JULY 27.The visiting Norwegian Deputy Foreign Minister, Vidar Helgesen, today met the Sri Lankan President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, as part of the ongoing efforts by Oslo to restart the stalled peace negotiations. However, the deadlock ...

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    Talks on Wullar Barrage rescheduled
    ISLAMABAD, JULY 27.The two-day India-Pakistan talks to resolve differences over the Wullar Barrage scheduled to begin here tomorrow would now be held on July 29 and 30. The postponement was due to the delay in the arrival of the 10-member ...



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