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Saturday, October 30, 2004
God willing, I will come back: Arafat
MANAMA, OCT. 29. Israel has issued written guarantees that would allow the ailing Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat, to return after receiving treatment for a suspected blood disorder in Paris. Officials from the European Union were quoted as ...
Keep away from hotel, U.S. citizens told
ISLAMABAD, OCT. 29. The U.S. Embassy has urged its citizens to stay away from the hotel that was the scene of an explosion on Thursday night, despite insistence by the Pakistan Government that it was the result of a short circuit. Seven ...
`Al-Qaeda threatens U.S. with bloodbath'
WASHINGTON, OCT. 29.The Central Intelligence Agency is yet to determine the authenticity of a videotape purported to have been made by the Al-Qaeda, threatening the United States with attacks of a "magnitude and ferocity" that will make them ...
`100,000 Iraqi civilians dead since invasion'
LONDON, OCT. 29. About 100,000 Iraqi civilians - half of them women and children - have died in Iraq since the invasion, mostly as a result of air strikes by coalition forces, according to the first reliable study of the death toll from ...
India & World
India asks Pakistan to suggest dates for pipeline talks
ISLAMABAD, OCT. 29. India today asked Pakistan to suggest dates for a meeting between the Petroleum Ministers of the two sides for discussing the proposed $3 -billion India-Iran gas pipeline running through the country as well as other ...
`No proposal was given by Musharraf on Kashmir'
ISLAMABAD, OCT. 29. The Pakistan Foreign Office today maintained that President Pervez Musharraf has not given any `proposal' for resolving the Kashmir issue as being reported in a section of the press. It is immediately not clear what ...
Hope India has conveyed world's concern to Than Shwe: U.S.
WASHINGTON, OCT. 29. The U.S. State Department has said that the Government of India was aware of Washington's concerns about the situation in Myanmar and hoped that New Delhi had conveyed to the Myanmar leader, Senior General Than Shwe, during ...
Dhaka protests `push-in' attempts
DHAKA, OCT. 29. Bangladesh has lodged a protest with India over attempts to forcibly deport Bengali-speaking "Indian nationals" to Bangladesh through different border points. The Indian Deputy High Commissioner, S. Chakravarti, was summoned by ...
Gorbachev lauds India's development policy
MOSCOW, OCT. 29. The former Soviet President, Mikhail Gorbachev, said he was happy with the path of development followed by India. India has chosen the right course unlike some other countries, Mr. Gorbachev was quoted as telling India's ...
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