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That Was The Week That Was

That Was The Week That Was
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Mirwaiz Umer Farooq Refuses to head the Hurriyat after Moulvi Abbas Ansari quits in a huff, calling the UPA regime’s efforts on J&K "insincere".


GE and Bechtel, with 10 per cent each in Dabhol Power Co, are Suing Maharashtra for Rs 26,000 crore. The latter, in turn, has a contempt case on.

US Democrat presidential candidate John Kerry picks former rival John Edwards as running mate. The 40-yr-old was the popular pick too!


The Tony Blair regime approves erring Brit children getting a light Smack, just short of hurting them.

The cornerstone is laid for the 9/11 memorial, Freedom Tower, a 1,776-ft building to come up on the site of the destroyed WTC towers.

 

 

With Parliament going green, Smoking on the premises will now be restricted to a special room.
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