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Sunday, November 16, 2003
Synagogue blasts leave 20 killed, 257 injured
MANAMA, NOV. 15.At least 20 people were killed and more than 257 injured when car bombs exploded almost simultaneously outside two synagogues in Istanbul during prayer time this morning, sparking fears that Islamic extremists had begun to target ...
Former security chiefs slam Sharon's policies
MANAMA, NOV. 15.In a move that could pave the way for a fresh dialogue, four former Israeli security chiefs have launched a frontal assault on Tel Aviv's policy towards the Palestinians and warned that it would lead to `disaster', unless ...
Rumsfeld raises troops issue with Japan
SINGAPORE, NOV. 15. The U.S. Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld's visit to East Asia is provoking protests against Washington's `imperialist' designs, as the American President, George W. Bush's tour did . Mr. Rumsfeld, now in Tokyo, is expected ...
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Assad appreciates India's stand on Israel
DAMASCUS, NOV. 15. The Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad, has reaffirmed his country's appreciation of the "distinct Indian denunciation" of the Israeli aggression against Syrian territory, India's "objective stand" towards Iraq and its ...
Mufti wants Pakistanis to visit Jammu & Kashmir
LONDON, NOV. 15. The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, has favoured visits of Pakistanis to the State, as it would expose Islamabad's ``mischievous propaganda.'' ``We are not the captives of security forces, but a free ...
White House for early confirmation for Mulford
WASHINGTON, NOV. 15. The White House has said that it is looking for an early confirmation of the next United States Ambassador to India, David Mulford. The President, George W. Bush, on Wednesday expressed his intent to nominate Mr. Mulford, ...
`India emerging as economic superpower'
TORONTO, NOV. 15. Lauding India's economic progress, Canada's Prime Minister-designate, Paul Martin, has said the country was emerging as an economic superpower. ``Within a generation, the U.S. will not be the lone economic superpower. India ...
Indian American lobbyist dead
NEW YORK, NOV. 15.Narayan D. Keshavan, an Indian American Pulitzer prize-winning journalist-turned-political activist and lobbyist passed away a day after defending the outsourcing of jobs to India in a live interview on the Cable News Network. ...
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