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Saturday, September 17, 2005
Chandrika for curbs on terror groups
COLOMBO: Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga has called upon the United Nations and the international community to develop mechanisms that "support states" engaged in peace processes and "sanction terrorist groups." The weakening of the ...
Intellectuals urge Blair to pull out of Iraq
LONDON: Some of Britain's most distinguished writers, academics, film-makers and artistes have come together to demand the withdrawal of British troops from Iraq, saying in an open letter to Prime Minister Tony Blair that the occupation of Iraq ...
Assassination clause causes concern
Afghanistan prepares for national, provincial elections
India & World
No crisis in ties with Washington over Teheran, says Manmohan
`Iran under obligation to fulfil international commitments' "India's view is that another nuclear state in our neighbourhood is not desirable. At the same time ... diplomacy must be given the maximum scope to sort out the issue"
Iran issue: India and Russia for consultation
Prime Minister Manmohan briefs Putin on his July visit to U.S.
"Consensus holds the key"
Ready to go beyond position on Kashmir bilaterally: Musharraf
A casual remark, says Manmohan
No intention to discuss domestic politics
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