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Friday, May 13, 2005
"Trust deficit" holding up trade with India: Aziz
SINGAPORE: Pakistan Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz has ruled out placing trade above politics in his country's relationship with India. Citing the "history of trust deficit" in Pakistan's equation with India, Mr. Aziz said in Singapore on Wednesday ...
Blair rejects calls to quit
LONDON: British Prime Minister Tony Blair has rejected calls from dissident party MPs to step down saying that he wants time to ensure a "stable and orderly'' transition. At a reportedly tense and heated meeting of newly-elected Labour MPs, Mr. ...
One-China norm must for talks: Hu
SINGAPORE: Chinese President Hu Jintao has laid down a singular norm for holding talks with any political leader in Taiwan. Mr. Hu told Taiwan's People First Party (PFP) Chairman James Soong in Beijing on Thursday that China was willing to talk ...
Nepal's rebels offer to support political parties against King
Detained politicians are in a state of poor health, say family members
India & World
India, Pakistan sign minutes
ISLAMABAD: After two days of haggling, Pakistan and India on Thursday signed on the minutes of the talks on Kishanganga Hydropower Project. The preparation of the draft was delayed due to objections raised by the respective parties. The ...
Aishwarya at Cannes
Indian beauty opens Film Festival
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