Saturday, September 15, 2007

News Indeed

Today's stories from across the globe and India
  • Benazir Bhutto to return to Pakistan on October 18th ending her self-imposed exile.
  • Alan Greenspan, ex- chairman of the Federal Reserve in the United States criticises US President George W Bush saying he pays too little attention to financial discipline.
  • Georgia will cut its troop deployment in Iraq from 2,000 soldiers to 300 in 2008 making the Coalition more even more American than International.
  • The government stands ground on its nuclear deal with the US, it will send a team of negotiators to the IAEA setting up a major showdown with the Left.
  • A train struck and killed 14 Hindu pilgrims crossing a narrow railway bridge in Gonda, about 90 miles southeast of the state capital Lucknow in northern India, sparking angry protests.
  • The Government approved opening up the lucrative Gulf route to private carrier Jet Airways, promoted by Naresh Goyal.

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