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Sunday, September 08, 2002
'U.S. wants a very robust relationship with India'
WASHINGTON, SEPT. 7.The context for the meeting was the first anniversary observance of the horrific terror attacks of September 11. But from his seventh floor office at the State Department and in the midst of a hectic schedule on a Friday ...
Bush, Blair set to discuss Iraq
WASHINGTON, SEPT. 7. Even as the U.S. President, George W Bush, prepares to give a forceful speech on Iraq at the United Nations next Thursday, his call for military action against that West Asian country has been rejected by leaders of France, ...
A busy schedule for Musharraf in the U.S.
ISLAMABAD, SEPT. 7. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, left on a week-long trip to the U.S. in the wee hours of Saturday to attend the special ceremony in New York to mark the September 11 terror attacks on American cities and attend the ...
Britain put on high alert
LONDON, SEPT. 7. Britain has been placed on high security alert after the police warned of a possible terrorist attack ahead of the first anniversary of the September 11 outrage. The Scotland Yard on Friday said that the occasion might be used ...
Was Muttawakil's warning ignored?
LONDON, SEPT. 7.In a massive failure of intelligence described by diplomatic sources as "warning fatigue", the U.S. and United Nations ignored warnings from a secret Taliban emissary that Osama bin Laden was planning a huge attack on America ...
Pak. criticises 'house arrest' of APHC leaders
ISLAMABAD, SEPT. 7. Pakistan today noted with deep concern the `house arrest' of leaders of the All-Parties Hurriyat Conference in Srinagar on Friday and alleged that it was a reflection of the despair of the Indian Government at the `rejection' ...
Pak. must end terror, says Russia
MOSCOW, SEPT. 7. Russia has reiterated its demand that Pakistan honour its pledge to put an end to cross-border terrorism against India as a pre-condition for defusing tension between the two countries. ``Implementation by Islamabad of its ...
PA to oppose statute amendment
COLOMBO, SEPT. 7. Sri Lanka's Opposition People's Alliance has decided to fight the proposed constitutional amendment aimed at curbing the powers of the President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, to dissolve Parliament. This position, taken barely days ...
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