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Sunday, February 27, 2005
SAARC meet: Dhaka clarifies
DHAKA, FEB. 26. Bangladesh has not yet received any official communication about Pakistan's reported intention to hold the stalled South Asian Association for Regional cooperation (SAARC) summit in Dhaka in mid-April. "We have not received any ...
Suicide attack shatters truce
MANAMA, FEB. 26.Four persons have been killed and another 30 injured in a suicide bombing in Tel Aviv, within weeks of a pledge by the Palestinians and Israelis to stop violence in order to revive the peace process. The attacker identified as ...
Sistani endorses Jaafari for Premier
MANAMA, FEB. 26.Iraq's top Shia spiritual leader, Ali Sistani, has endorsed Ibrahim Jaafari's name for the post of Prime Minister amid violence that continues to engulf large parts of the country. Ayatollah Sistani's endorsement is likely to ...
U.K. Army Chief apologises for prison abuse
LONDON, FEB. 26. The British Army Chief, Mike Jackson, has offered an unprecedented apology to the people of Iraq for the conduct of his troops after three soldiers, accused of mistreating Iraqi civilians, were jailed and dismissed from the army ...
Thaksin set to begin a "historic" term
SINGAPORE, FEB. 26.With the Prime Minister of Thailand, Thaksin Shinawatra, winning a massive mandate for his party in the general election held on February 6, political observers in southeast Asia say he is poised to begin a second successive ...
India & World
CBMs have boosted investments: Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, FEB. 26. The Pakistan Prime Minister, Shaukat Aziz, has said that confidence-building measures (CBMs) with India have boosted investments in Pakistan. "The growth is beginning to trickle down and poverty levels are declining," he ...
Singhal meets Nepal King
KATHMANDU, FEB. 26. The VHP leader, Ashok Singhal, endorsed the royal takeover saying it was necessary to curb the Maoist terror in the kingdom. Mr. Singhal also criticised India's decision to suspend military aid to that country after the ...
India pledges aid for hospital in Colombo
COLOMBO, FEB. 26. The Indian Government has pledged a $7.5 million grant assistance to build a state-of-the-art cancer hospital in Colombo, the Indian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, Nirupama Rao, said here today. In addition, as part of its ...
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