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Wednesday, May 04, 2005
Nepal journalists take out march, demand press freedom
Sit-ins, U.N. conference mark World Press Freedom Day
First Lady raids newspaper
NAIROBI: World Press Freedom Day? Not if you ask the Kenyan President's wife, who stormed into the newsroom of the nation's largest newspaper on Tuesday, demanding journalists be arrested for "biased coverage" and slapping a cameraman. The ...
Jaafari sworn in amid violence
MANAMA: Iraqi Shia leader Ibrahim Jaafari has been sworn in as the Prime Minister, heading a partial Cabinet line-up, that reflects bickering over the allocation of key portfolios. The Cabinet list shows that a decision on the appointment of ...
`Major challenges ahead for media worldwide'
Call to highlight problems of poverty and deprivation, ensure transparency
Moratorium on Sri Lankan debt
Shyam Saran announces relief of $16 million for the next three years
India & World
1984 anti-Sikh riots an issue in U.K. elections
LONDON: The 1984 anti-Sikh riots in India have emerged as a significant issue in Britain's general election campaign. Sikh voters are seeking a commitment from candidates that, if elected, they will help the victims get justice from the Indian ...
PoK Prime Minister's family awaits reunion
Pressure by PoK leaders led to opening up of route
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