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Tuesday, December 06, 2005
U.K. urged not to accept debt repayment
G-7 will receive more than it will provide to poor countries in a decade
Legitimacy of Saddam trial challenged
Court is "made in America", says former Iraqi President
Gay partnerships legalised in U.K.
LONDON: For Britain's gay partners the moment they had been waiting for arrived on Monday when a progressive law that would grant them virtually the same legal rights as are enjoyed by married heterosexual couples came into force ending ...
Islamic Jihad owns suicide explosion
Attack dampens peace hopes
Sri Lankan forces better equipped now: army chief
Remarks come amid escalation in violence in Jaffna peninsula
India & World
India is a privileged defence partner, says Sergei Ivanov
"We share identical approaches in tackling terrorism and issues concerning security"
Manmohan Singh urges Russians to discover a ``new generation of Raj Kapoors''
India, Russia for joint oil ventures in Central Asia
Manmohan: seize business opportunities
MOSCOW: : Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday called for more active business-to-business contacts between India and Russia to expand bilateral trade and economic cooperation. Addressing a meeting of Indian and Russian businessmen here, he ...
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