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Pak. regrets Vajpayee's remarks on talks
ISLAMABAD, MARCH 26. Pakistan has described as "unfortunate" the remarks of the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, that the situation is not conducive for the resumption of a dialogue between India and Pakistan. The Pakistan Foreign Office ...
Thailand most likely venue for peace talks
COLOMBO, March 26. Thailand is the most likely venue for the peace talks between the Sri Lankan Government and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) that officials are hopeful might begin in May this year, official sources said today. The ...
41 indicted in Bindunuweva camp massacre
COLOMBO, MARCH 26. More than 18 months after the Bindunuweva rehabilitation camp massacre, the Sri Lankan Government has brought formal charges against 41 people alleged to have been involved in the gruesome incident. As many as 28 inmates of ...
China bans visit by U.S. warship
SINGAPORE, March 26. In a sign of deteriorating Sino-U.S. relations, the Chinese Government has banned a Hong Kong port call by an American naval vessel. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said in Beijing today that the decision was based ...
Blair Govt. draws flak over Iraq again
LONDON, MARCH 26. For the second time in less than a week, the Government was on Tuesday wrong-footed over claims intended to justify military intervention in Iraq even as the Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw, provoked criticism for advocating ...
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