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Saturday, November 27, 2004
Overwhelming support for free movement across LoC
MUZAFFARABAD, NOV. 26.There appears to be overwhelming support for confidence-building measures (CBMs) such as opening the Srinagar-Muzaffarabad road, though extremists see it as an attempt to neutralise the "struggle for the right to ...
`Pakistan not interfering in PoK'
MUZAFFARABAD, NOV. 26.Denying any interference from Islamabad, the Prime Minister of Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), Sardar Sikander Hayat Khan today claimed that the PoK was the most peaceful region in Pakistan. Mr. Khan said it was wrong to ...
`Pandits welcome to Sharda temple'
MUZAFFARABAD, NOV. 26. The Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) Government is ready to facilitate the visit of Kashmiri Pandits to the Sharda temple here and has announced a major renovation work. The Speaker of the Assembly, Sardar Sayyab Khalid, ...
Pakistan denies news report on nuclear scientist
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 26. Pakistan has categorically denied a report in New York Times that its nuclear scientist, Abdul Qadeer Khan, had provided designs of nuclear weapons to Iran. A Foreign Office spokesman, Masood Khan said there was no ...
European leaders arrive in Ukraine for mediation
MOSCOW, NOV. 26.As the stalemate continued in Ukraine's presidential election crisis for the fifth day on Friday, European mediators were trying to bring the opponents together for talks in an effort to end the stand-off. The European Union ...
Prince Harry in kidnap threat
LONDON, NOV. 26. Prince Harry, dubbed the enfant terrible of the British royal family for his frequent headline-grabbing adventures, was in the news again on Friday after he flew back home from a holiday in Argentina amid reports of an alleged ...
Sense of uncertainty on eve of Heroes' Day
COLOMBO, NOV. 26.A sense of uncertainty hit Sri Lanka on the eve of the annual Heroes' Day speech by the leader of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), V. Prabakaran, with indications that he "may withdraw" the two-year ceasefire ...
India & World
Kashmir, Palestine issue ripe for resolution: Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 26.The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf has said that the Kashmir and Palestine disputes were "absolutely ripe for resolution." Gen. Musharraf told reporters here before leaving on a two-week trip to Latin America that he ...
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