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Wednesday, December 08, 2004
Terrorism will be rooted out: Karzai
KABUL, DEC. 7.Hamid Karzai was sworn in on Tuesday as Afghanistan's first popularly-elected President, as the impoverished country tries to leave its brutal past behind and bolster a young democracy that still faces the twin threats of terrorism ...
2-year jail for former Minister in Sri Lanka
COLOMBO, DEC. 7. The Sri Lankan Supreme Court today sentenced a former Sri Lankan Minister, S.B. Dissanayake, to two years' rigorous imprisonment for contempt of court. A key leader of the Opposition United National Party (UNP), he was ...
India & World
SAARC not being held hostage: India
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 7. The Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan, Shiv Shankar Menon, today said that there is no merit in the argument that SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) is a hostage to India-Pakistan relations and ...
KARACHI, DEC. 7.Pakistan has arrested 41 Indian fishermen and seized seven boats for alleged fishing in Pakistani waters. They were arrested on Sunday. ...
ALUVA, DEC. 7. Thirty Indians, released from jails in Saudi Arabia as part of an amnesty, arrived here today by different flights. They included 22 from Kerala, six from Uttar Pradesh and one each from Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Five of them were ...
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