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Tuesday, June 15, 2004
Eight persons with `Al-Qaeda links' held
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 14. Pakistan today produced eight persons suspected of links with Al-Qaeda in an anti-terrorism court in Karachi on charges of involvement in several high-profile terrorist incidents including the abortive bid on the life of ...
`Charge Saddam or free him'
BAGHDAD, JUNE 14. Saddam Hussein must either be released from custody by June 30 or charged if the U.S. and the new Iraqi Government are to conform to international law, the International Committee of the Red Cross said last night. Nada ...
11 die in Baghdad blast
MANAMA, JUNE 14.At least 11 people, including five foreigners, were killed in a huge car bombing this morning in central Baghdad as violence surged ahead of the June 30 handover of authority to a pro-U.S. interim Government in Iraq. Iraq's ...
Racism rife in U.K. police
London: Institutional racism is still rife in police forces across Britain five years after the inquiry into the death of black teenager Stephen Lawrence, which ordered senior officers to root it out. A report from the U.K.'s Commission for ...
Anti-E.U. group steals the thunder
LONDON, JUNE 14.The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair's `vision' of putting Britain at the `heart'' of Europe has suffered a setback as a surge in nationwide Euro-scepticism catapulted the rabidly anti-Europe United Kingdom Independence Party ...
India & World
`Panchsheel, code of conduct for globalised world'
SINGAPORE, JUNE 14.The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence [`Panchsheel'] was today commended as ``the appropriate code of conduct for a globalised world.'' Maintaining that ``the overlordship of one superpower or group of nations'' would not ...
`Information Technology is over-hyped'
SINGAPORE, JUNE 14.Nicholas Carr, who stirred the world of Information Technology exactly a year ago, with his controversial premise: "IT doesn't matter", is unrepentant but nowhe qualifies his `mantra' by aiming it at the enterprise end of the ...
`India keen on closer ties with West Asia'
MANAMA, JUNE 14.India is focusing on building a closer relationship with West Asia and the newly-elected Government has begun to take concrete steps in that direction, the Minister of State for External Affairs, E. Ahamed, has said. Mr. Ahamed, ...
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