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Thursday, March 03, 2005
No arms to Pakistan, says Ivanov
MOSCOW, MARCH 2. Russia has not and will not supply defence products to Pakistan, the Russian Defence Minister, Sergei Ivanov, said. Defending Russia's proposed delivery of ground-to-air missiles to Syria, the Russian defence chief said Russia ...
U.S. in for a long haul along the Euphrates
MANAMA, MARCH 2. American forces that have fanned out in several cities along the Euphrates river with the avowed purpose of battling Iraqi guerillas appear prepared for a long haul, as violence, including the assassination of a prominent judge, ...
Put your house in order, China tells U.S.
SINGAPORE, MARCH 2. China today told the U.S. that "the Chinese people have the best say in their human rights situation" and hoped that Washington would "pay more attention to its own human rights problems" at home. The Chinese Foreign ...
Tung keeps Hong Kong guessing on resignation
SINGAPORE, MARCH 2.Hong Kong's Chief Executive, Tung Chee Hwa, today kept its people guessing about his reported resignation by announcing in Beijing that China's central authorities had offered him a "new appointment." Neither he nor the ...
Probe into killings in Sri Lanka
COLOMBO, MARCH 2.The Sri Lankan President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, has "decided to appoint" an inquiry commission into the recent killings in eastern Sri Lanka involving cadres and leaders of the LTTE. According to the state-run Daily ...
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Russia clears hurdles for Indian investment in oil sector
MOSCOW, MARCH 2. The Russian Government has approved modalities for the merger between the State-owned oil company, Rosneft, and the natural gas monopoly, Gazprom, which would remove hurdles on the way to Indian investment in the Russian energy ...
Pakistan to free over 900 Indians
ISLAMABAD, MARCH 2. Over 900 Indian fishermen and civilians who have completed their jail terms are expected to be released soon, the Pakistan Foreign Office said here today. India and Pakistan had agreed to expedite the release of civilian ...
Pakistan takes steps for starting bus service
ISLAMABAD, MARCH 2. The Pakistan Prime Minister, Shaukat Aziz, today said that Islamabad was going ahead with the arrangements to begin the Muzaffarabad-Srinagar bus service from April 7. He told the visiting general secretaries of the ...
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