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Tuesday, September 28, 2004
Musharraf claims major victory
ISLAMABAD, SEPT. 27. Pakistan has confirmed that Amjad Farooqi, the alleged mastermind of the two abortive attempts on the life of the President, Pervez Musharraf, has been gunned down on Sunday morning in an encounter in Nawabshah in Sindh ...
Norway going soft on LTTE: Devananda
COLOMBO, SEPT. 27.The Eelam People's Democratic Party (EPDP) today warned that ``turning a blind eye'' to the ``terrorism of the LTTE'' could only usher in the ``peace of the graveyard'' in Sri Lanka at the cost of democracy, pluralism and human ...
Chinese party to promote `socialist market economy'
SINGAPORE, SEPT. 27.The Communist Party of China (CPC) has decided to explore new ways of improving its performance in ruling the world's most populous state. Pledging to build a "harmonious society of socialism" and uphold Marxism as the ...
Promote Pakistan, Caucus urged
WASHINGTON, SEPT. 27. The Congressional Pakistan Caucus which was inaugurated by the country's President Pervez Musharraf on September 22 has so far attracted 51 lawmakers 24 Republicans and 27 Democrats. The Caucus is a legally ...
India-French network of virtual labs becoming a reality
BANGALORE, SEPT. 27. French scientists belonging to the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) visited various academic and research establishments here today, mostly holding discussions. Bernard Larrouturou, director-general of CNRS, ...
India & World
Fears over export of `infected' blood to India
LONDON, SEPT. 27. India is reported to be among the countries to which Britain exported blood products that could be infected with the human variant of the deadly mad cow disease, but it is not known whether it is among the five which have been ...
China for consensus on Council seat for India
BEIJING, SEPT. 27. China has said that it will decide on extending support for India's bid for permanent membership of the United Nations Security Council only after a general consensus is reached on the issue. ``China would take up its ...
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