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Friday, June 25, 2004
Coordinated attacks in five cities
MANAMA, JUNE 24. With less than a week left for political handover in Iraq, violence surged in several cities and towns as guerillas battling American occupation appeared to have launched well-coordinated attacks, leading to heavy causalities. ...
U.S. to discontinue domestic re-issuance of six types of visas
WASHINGTON, JUNE 24.The United States State Department has formally announced that as of July 16, 2004 it will be discontinuing the domestic re-issuance of six types of visas. The E, H, I, L, O and P visas involve the following categories ...
U.S. drops move on war crimes trials
UNITED NATIONS, JUNE 24. Facing strong opposition, the United States announced on Wednesday it was dropping a resolution seeking a new exemption for American peacekeepers from international prosecution for war crimes. The U.S. deputy ...
'Some individuals in military supported Karuna'
COLOMBO, JUNE 24. The Sri Lankan Government today conceded that some individuals in the military supported the former commander of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), V. Muralitharan (`Col.' Karuna), but maintained that there was "no ...
India & World
'Kashmiri leadership will be consulted before talks with India'
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 24.Ahead of the Foreign Secretary-level talks scheduled in New Delhi, Pakistan today assured the "Kashmiri leadership" that they would be taken into confidence before discussing any concrete proposals with India for resolution of ...
Nurses from India among 'victims of visa scam'
LONDON, JUNE 24.Hundreds of nurses from developing countries, including India, come to Britain every year in search of better career prospects only to discover that they have been "conned," according to the country's biggest public service union, ...
Foreign investment welcome in elementary education: Arjun Singh
LONDON, JUNE 24. The Government is not averse to accepting foreign investment in elementary education, the Human Resource Development Minister, Arjun Singh, said today. Asked by Karan Thapar in an interview on BBC World whether the Government ...
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