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Monday, September 19, 2005
Schroeder: it is a personal defeat for Angela Merkel
He will begin talks with Free Democrats, Green Party
Reforms key issue in Germany
Unemployment, stagnant economy may prove costly for Schroeder
"Merkel may favour India"
BERLIN: A conservative coalition between the Christian Democrats (CDU-CSU) and the Free Democrats (FDP) would, from the point of view of India's interests, be the best government to emerge from Sunday's election in Germany, according to diplomats ...
Blair blasts BBC's coverage of hurricane
LONDON: Prime Minister Tony Blair has raised hackles at the BBC after he reportedly called its coverage of Hurricane Katrina as "full of hate'' for America. Mr. Blair was quoted by Rupert Murdoch, whose television channels compete with the BBC, ...
Musharraf in row with women rights activists
Pandemonium at meet in New York:Dawn"You are against me and Pakistan," said the President when a human rights activist referred to his alleged comments in aWashington Postinterview.
Iranian leader alleges "nuclear apartheid"
U.S. bullying other nations, charges President Ahmadinejad
If there is no corn, eat potatoes: Mugabe
UNITED NATIONS: Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has suggested people in his country are not hungry, they just cannot eat their favourite food. He said in an exclusive interview with the Associated Press that his people are ``very, very happy'' ...
Six-party talks extended
BEIJING: North Korean disarmament talks were extended until Monday, as chief envoys from the six nations involved apparently failed to resolve conflicts over a Chinese proposal that would let Pyongyang keep its civilian atomic power programme ...
Jakarta withdraws troops from Aceh
LHOKSEUMAWE (INDONESIA): Indonesia withdrew about 800 troops from tsunami-battered Aceh province on Sunday, moving quickly to fulfil a key obligation under a peace deal to end three decades of war that have killed 15,000 people. The withdrawal ...
Former soldiers regret war crimes
BEIJING: Four former Japanese prisoners of war [POW] have written letters to the Fushun POW prison, to show their gratefulness for the care by Chinese hosts during their recent tour in China. Hou Guihua, the warden, received the letters from the ...
India & World
When the General was told a thing or two
India tells Musharraf that his speech at the U.N. was not conducive to forward movement
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