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Sunday, November 28, 2004
Pro-freedom, anti-Pakistan protests at PoK varsity
MUZAFFARABAD, NOV. 27. Demonstrations by dozens of students in favour of "complete Independence from India and Pakistan" today rocked the "Azad Kashmir" University campus during a visit of a group of Indian journalists for an interaction with ...
Allawi's party supports postponement of polls
MANAMA, NOV. 27.The call for the postponement of elections in Iraq is gathering momentum with the party of the interim Prime Minister, Iyad Allawi, deciding to join 17 other parties that are demanding that the January polls should be deferred. ...
Pakistan closes tribal checkposts
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 27. Pakistan has announced the removal of army checkposts from parts of Waziristan to win back the confidence of tribals in the region neighbouring Afghanistan. Since March this year, Pakistan armed forces have been engaged in ...
Resume talks, Prabakaran tells Colombo
COLOMBO, NOV. 27.The leader of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), V. Prabakaran, today warned the Sri Lankan Government that the Tigers would be "compelled to launch the freedom struggle" unless there was an "unconditional" resumption ...
Software predicts how offspring will look
LONDON, NOV. 27.Prince William may be the most eligible man in Britain, but would he give me good-looking children? Unfortunately, the answer is no. Those aristocratically fleshy noses, the lantern jaws and don't even get me started on ...
Arms haul in Bangladesh
DHAKA, NOV. 27.The Bangladesh Rifles, which was engaged in bloody clashes with armed Myanmar refugees recently, seized a huge cache of arms from the hill district of Bandaban on November 24. The weapons seized were two 60 mm and two 2-inch ...
Bush intervenes in Ulster peace efforts
LONDON, NOV. 27.In a surprise intervention, the U.S. President, George W. Bush, has offered to help resolve the political deadlock in Northern Ireland where self-rule has been suspended for over two years following allegations of spying against ...
India & World
India-ASEAN pact finalised
SINGAPORE, NOV. 27. The Foreign Ministers of India and the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) today finalised a comprehensive partnership pact and "recommended" that the leaders of the two sides sign it at their summit in the Laotian ...
Baglihar dam: Pakistan to approach World Bank
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 27. Pakistan plans to seek the "good offices" of the World Bank to facilitate a bilateral settlement of the issue arising out of India's construction of the Baglihar Hydroelectric Dam over Chenab. Though it does not amount to ...
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