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That Was The Week That Was

That Was The Week That Was
Elections to the EU Parliament dashes hopes of a new, pro-EU constitution in the near future.

A week after Reagan’s death, Dubya’s father and ex-prez George Bush Sr celebrates his 80th birthday with a couple of tandem parachute jumps.

The Electricity Act 2003 deadline on sebs’ unbundling etc is extended till June 10, ’05.

Muttiah Muralitharan, the world’s top wicket-taker, pulls out of an Aussie tour. One reason: Oz premier John Howard is a critic of his doosra.

Vancouver weekly Indo-Canadian Times is vandalised by suspected pro-Khalistani elements for its coverage of the ‘Kanishka’ bombing trial.

Garfield, lazy wiseass fatcat and the world’s most famous feline, makes it to the big screen. The Jim Davis strip runs in over 2,600 papers now.

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