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Friday, June 24, 2005
Forty killed in rash of bombings in Baghdad
Explosions carried out at times when large crowds were on the capital's streets
U.S. delivers food aid to North Korea
WASHINGTON: The United States has said it has donated 50,000 tonnes of food aid to North Korea, but denied it was an allurement to bring Kim Jong-Il's regime back to stalled nuclear talks. The new donation came in response to a World Food ...
300 injured in China factory blast
BEIJING: Over 300 persons, including 80 children, were injured when two tonnes of waste explosives went off at a chemical plant in Taiyuan, capital of north China's Shanxi province, the state media reported on Thursday. Forty-seven persons among ...
India & World
U.K. police probing call centre "scam'' in India
"Sale" of confidential details of British bank account-holdersThe Sundisclosure comes weeks after the Financial Services Authority warned that off-shoring of bank accounts was potentially risky for the security of account holders.
Unique meeting for INS
ISLAMABAD: The Indian Newspaper Society (INS) executive will have a unique meeting in the historic city of Lahore on Friday. The executive, 500th meeting of the INS, is being convened for the first time outside India. "Though the issues to be ...
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