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Thursday, May 29, 2003
India wants U.S. to enter into dialogue with Iran
BERLIN, MAY 28. India and Germany have agreed that whatever be the issues between the United States and Iran these should be resolved through dialogue, the External Affairs Minister, Yashwant Sinha, said at a press conference this evening. Giving ...
A song and a gift
BERLIN, MAY 28. The German children of the Mahatma Gandhi School here sprang a pleasant surprise on the visiting Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, by singing a song penned by him, besides Gandhiji's favourite bhajan "Raghupati Raghava ...
Germany to liberalise visa regime for Indian IT professionals
BERLIN, MAY 28. Germany today assured India that it will liberalise access for Indian Information Technology professionals to it under a revised visa regime amidst apprehensions that the famous Green Card scheme expiring this July would harm the ...
Pak. hopes India will respond to CBMs
ISLAMABAD, MAY 28. Pakistan today formally announced the appointment of Aziz Ahmed Khan as its High Commissioner to India and hoped that New Delhi would soon respond positively to all confidence building measures (CBMs) announced by the Pakistan ...
We will move step by step: Jamali
ISLAMABAD, MAY 28.The Pakistan Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, has reiterated his Government's resolve to progress towards dialogue but emphasised that the process should move forward in a structured manner. ``We will move step by ...
Emergency in Peru as protests intensify
LIMA (PERU), MAY 28.Within hours of the President Alejandro Toledo's declaration of a 30-day state of emergency, dozens of police in riot gear arrived at the gates of Congress early on Wednesday to evict hundreds of striking teachers camped out ...
SARS: Hundreds more in Canada quarantined
TORONTO (CANADA), MAY 28.Hundreds more people were told to quarantine themselves at home on Tuesday due to possible exposure to a new cluster of SARS cases in Toronto, health officials said. The nine probable cases and 23 suspected cases of ...
Joint oil exploration with Sri Lanka likely
COLOMBO, MAY 28. Taking forward its new bilateral energy ties, India and Sri Lanka are likely to embark upon joint oil exploration shortly, the Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas, Ram Naik, said here today. Mr. Naik, who is here to ...
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