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Monday, January 26, 2004
Powell casts doubts on stockpiles in Iraq
WASHINGTON, JAN. 25. One day after the top CIA weapons hunter in Iraq, David Kay, stepped down asserting that he did not think that any stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction existed there, the U.S. Secretary of State, Colin Powell, is saying ...
Blair admits his job is at `risk'
LONDON, JAN. 25. The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, has admitted that his job will be on the line if the Hutton inquiry report, to be published on Wednesday, finds that he `lied' over Iraq's weapons of mass destruction but he insisted that ...
Tokyo voices global concern over deadlock in Sri Lanka
COLOMBO, JAN. 25.Tokyo's special envoy for Sri Lanka's peace process, Yasushi Akashi, today said the international donors backing the latest efforts expressed "deep concern'' over the island's political deadlock and hoped it would be "resolved ...
`Moon plan to give U.S. control over energy sources'
MOSCOW, JAN. 25.The United States is planning to use the Moon as a source of energy fuel that should help it establish ultimate supremacy on the Earth, a Russian newspaper said. An ambitious programme to build a manned base on the Moon by 2020 ...
Pakistani nuclear scientists' foreign accounts traced
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 25. The row over the alleged nuclear technology transfer by some Pakistani scientists is getting murkier. There is official acknowledgement for the first time that at least two scientists were involved in cooperation with Iran and ...
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`Kashmir issue should be resolved to satisfaction of all parties'
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 25.The Pakistan Foreign Minister, Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri, has said the Kashmir issue should be resolved to the satisfaction of all parties, including the people of Kashmir to ensure lasting peace in South Asia. "Pakistan has ...
First shipment of gas from Qatar arriving this week
MANAMA, JAN. 25.After years of preparation, resource-rich Qatar is set to deliver its first shipment of natural gas, bringing the Gulf state firmly on India's energy security map. The LNG container `Disha' will head for the terminal in Dahej in ...
Teesta talks inconclusive
DHAKA, JAN. 25.The sixth meeting of the India-Bangladesh joint committee of experts has ended inconclusively. The experts differed over a number of technical aspects on sharing of the Teesta waters. "As we agreed on some points and differed on ...
Flexibility needed, says Musharraf
WASHINGTON, JAN. 25. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said that on the subject of Kashmir there can be no unilateral action and that both India and Pakistan will have to go beyond their stated positions and show flexibility. In a ...
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