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      LONDON BLASTS STRUCK BUS, UNDERGROUND STATIONS
      Pakistan Observer, 22-07-2005
      Blair calls for calm Kaiserimam/Agencies London—Explosions struck three London underground stations and a bus at midday Thursday in a chilling but less deadly replay of the suicide bombings that killed 56 people two weeks ago.

Only one person was reported wounded, but the lunch–hour explosions caused maj >>>


      MONETARY POLICY FOR JULY–DECEMBER 2005 ISSUED
      Pakistan Observer, 22-07-2005
      Prices expected to remain under pressure÷ SBP Karachi—State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) views that the domestic prices may continue to remain under pressure because of high world oil prices, widening trade deficit and rising interest rates in world financial markets during July–December 2005.

This was >>>


      MUSHARRAF’S SPEECH FULL OF ILLUSIONS÷ FAZL
      Pakistan Observer, 22-07-2005
      Lahore—Leader of the opposition in the lower house and MMA secretary general Maulana Fazlur Rehman while reacting on President Musharraf’s address to the nation on Thursday said that President was instigating nation for civil war adding that countrymen were well aware of the illusions under rhetoric speech delivered by >>>


      NEW TRADE POLICY WITH $ 17 B EXPORTS TARGET ANNOUNCED
      Pakistan Observer, 22-07-2005
      Import of 3 years old vehicles allowed Islamabad—New trade policy for the fiscal year 2005–2006, with exports projected at $ 17 billion and further liberalization of import regime was announced here on Thursday.

Announcing the new Trade Policy over Radio and Television, Commerce Minister Humayun Akhtar K >>>


      PAKISTAN SHARPLY REACTS TO SINGH’S REMARKS
      Pakistan Observer, 22-07-2005
      Aroosa Alam Islamabad—Pakistan has taken serious exception to the Indian Prime Minister’s remarks pertaining to the security of Pakistan’s nuclear programme and strategic assets, terming them as unfortunate and aimed at creating a misleading impression far from facts.

A Foreign Ministry spokesman said that Pak >>>


      PML (N) TO FULLY PARTICIPATE IN LB ELECTIONS÷ NAWAZ
      Pakistan Observer, 22-07-2005
      Ghulam Tahir Quetta—Mian Nawaz Sharif chief of PML (N) in a telephonic address in Quetta Thursday afternoon said the sovereignty of the people, supremacy of parliament and glory of constitution could only make Pakistan prosperous and ensure dignified status among the comity of nations.

The telephonic speech wa >>>


      PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS TO NATION ONE–MAN SHOW÷ PPP
      Pakistan Observer, 22-07-2005
      Islamabad—PPP–P has described President General Pervez Musharraf’s address to nation as one man show and demanded of the government to take all mainstream political parties into confidence to address the issues of terrorism and extremism besides resolving all problems through parliament.

Voicing his reac >>>


      PRESIDENT URGES NATION TO JOINTLY FIGHT TERRORISM
      Pakistan Observer, 22-07-2005
      Musharraf condemns London bomb blasts Asks West to look into causes of extremism and help resolve political disputes affecting Muslims Strategy of enlightened moderation in Ummah’s interest Islamabad—President General Pervez Musharraf Thursday sought support of the nation in the fight against extremism, terrorism and f >>>


      SHUJAAT, MALAYSIAN FM DISCUSS BILATERAL COOPERATION
      Pakistan Observer, 22-07-2005
      Mahmood Hussain Islamabad—The former Pakistan prime minister and President Pakistan Muslin League (PML) Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain had a meeting with the Malaysian Foreign Minister Dato Seri Syed Hamid in Kuala Lumpur. They exchanged views on political issues of mutual interest and cooperation between Pakistan and Malays >>>


      TWO ALGERIAN DIPLOMATS ABDUCTED IN IRAQ
      Pakistan Observer, 22-07-2005
      Baghdad—Two Algerian diplomats, including the charge d’affaires, were kidnapped in broad daylight near their Baghdad embassy, as an Iraqi special committee put the final touches to a new draft constitution.

The two kidnapped men were identified as Ali Belaroussi, Algeria’s charge d’affaires, who has been in th >>>


      ‘CHILDREN AT RISK‘ AFTER MEADOW JUDGMENT
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Sam Lister, Health Correspondent THE DECISION to strike off Sir Roy Meadow, one of the countrys leading paediatricians, over evidence he gave at the Sally Clark trial was unjust and could put children at greater risk of abuse and murder, according to The Lancet.

Richard Horton, the medical journals outspoke >>>


      ‘IT WAS LIKE A GHOST TOWN, JUST A 26 BUS, NOTHING ELSE‘
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Adam Fresco TARIQ KHAN was lying in bed with the flu when he first realised something was wrong. The normally busy, noisy street outside his third–floor flat in Hackney had gone quiet, there was no sound of traffic or conversation drifting up from the bus stop directly opposite.

The banking security c >>>


      A SENSE OF D&#233;J&#224; VU, BUT THESE BOMBS WERE AIMED AT TOURISTS, SHOPPERS AND SCHOOLCHILDREN
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Ben Macintyre The lack of mass casualties was a stroke of luck on a day put aside for remembrance A WARM London day of sporting excitement was struck again by the chill horror of terrorism yesterday, tinged with an almost surreal sense of dj vu÷ three attempted bombings on the Underground and one on a bus. Th >>>


      A THOUSAND LONDON CHILDREN ARE BEING SEXUALLY EXPLOITED
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Alexandra Frean AT LEAST 1,000 children in London, some as young as 11, are being forced into prostitution or are trapped in relationships with older men where they exchange sex for drugs or housing, a report claims.

Social workers in the capital know of 507 cases of child sexual exploitation, but the stud >>>


      BERLUSCONI BOUNTY TURNS BLAIRS INTO THE SULTANS OF BLING
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Greg Hurst, Political Correspondent SILVIO BERLUSCONI, the Italian Prime Minister, showered Tony Blair and his wife with gifts last year as the two men cemented their unlikely political alliance.

Three watches, a pair of earrings, a ring, a bracelet and necklace were given by Signor Berlosconi to the Blairs >>>


      CONVICTIONS ARE QUASHED FOLLOWING TRIAL JUDGE‘S BAD TEMPER
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Frances Gibb, Legal Editor TWO people had their convictions quashed yesterday after complaints that the irritable conduct of the judge who presided over both hearings meant that they did not receive a fair trial.

A third case involving complaints about the same judge was adjourned until next week when the C >>>


      FIRST CLASS ST JOHN‘S HEADS OXFORD LIST
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Tony Halpin, Education Editor ST JOHNS COLLEGE, the alma mater of Tony Blair, has knocked Merton off its perch as the top college of Oxford University.

Oxfords wealthiest college comes top of the unofficial Norrington table of examination results for the first time since 1'''. More than four out >>>


      INQUIRY INTO &#163;7.5BN SCHEME FOR SICK MINERS WILL CHECK ‘INTEGRITY‘ OF DTI
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      Inquiry into 7.5bn scheme for sick miners will check ‘integrity‘ of DTI By Andrew Norfolk AN INDEPENDENT inquiry is to be held into a 7.5 billion government compensation scheme for sick miners, it was announced yesterday.

The external review comes after revelations in The Times about the financial >>>


      MINISTER IS CRITICISED FOR &#163;'4,000 ROYAL FLIGHTS
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      Minister is criticised for '4,000 royal flights By Helen Rumbelow, Political Correspondent LAST year Margaret Beckett, the Environment Secretary, used the Royal Flight 18 times to travel to Brussels and Luxembourg.

Mrs Beckett chartered an aircraft from the Royal Squadron twice as often as the Prime Minist >>>


      PEOPLE WITH ANDREW PIERCE
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Andrew Pierce Perfect career marred by one glass of wine ANDREW MARR, who in five years as the BBCs political editor became one of the countrys most–respected broadcast journalists, has recalled his worst moment on television.

Sir David Frosts Sunday morning successor rarely uttered a syllable out of >>>


      POLICE HOPE FOR VITAL CLUES LEFT BEHIND BY FAILED SUICIDE SQUAD
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Tom Baldwin, Phillip Webster and Stewart Tendler TERROR returned to the streets of London yesterday as bombers once again sought to murder, maim and cause mayhem on the capitals transport system.

The near–simultaneous targeting of three Tube trains, at Shepherds Bush, the Oval and Warren Street, and l >>>


      PRINCE TELLS OF TASTE FOR FARMING THE FRENCH WAY
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Alan Hamilton INEFFICIENCY is a virtue, and no one exemplifies it better than French peasant farmers, according to the Prince of Wales.

In these troubled European times of the social model versus market forces, he sprang to the defence of the Gallic way of life during an address to music graduates in London >>>


      SHAKEN BABY RULING MAY PAVE WAY FOR SCORES OF REVIEWS
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Frances Gibb, Legal Editor SCORES of convictions in so–called shaken baby cases could be reviewed after two people were cleared and a third had his murder conviction reduced to manslaughter in the Court of Appeal.

Three judges in London held that the mere presence of three classic features of shaken b >>>


      UNDER–AGE DRINKING NOW A BIGGER RISK THAN DRUGS
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Alexandra Blair, Education Correspondent DRINK–FUELLED sex is posing a greater danger to childrens health than drugs, school inspectors concluded yesterday.

In its first report since 1''7, Ofsted said that while pupils knowledge and understanding of drugs and addiction had improved, most ident >>>


      ‘JOSTLE‘ FOR LEADERSHIP OF CONSERVATIVE PARTY
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      From Mr Hamish Dibley Sir, In the jostle for leadership of the Conservative Party (report, July 1') the leading contenders have preferred to pronounce on the need for idealism, at the expense of articulating their own political vision. In keeping with past leadership contests, candidates have resorted to worn&ndash >>>


      AFTERSHOCK
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      An echo of the July 7 attacks on London However shocking the four attempted bombings in London yesterday, there are few who did not wonder whether there would be a second wave of suicide attacks. As in Madrid, the terrorist aim was clearly to send a message of defiance, to prove that they can still strike at will and t >>>


      CHINESE PUZZLE
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      A planned market economy with a managed floating currency China has become the worlds great exporter, but it is also a skilful trader in the extremely precious commodity of ambiguity. Under sustained pressure from Washington to revalue the yuan, the Chinese Government yesterday allowed the currency to appreciate by abo >>>


      DIG DEEP
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      What the review into the coal health compensation schemes must do Last month The Times raised a series of questions about the administration of two huge compensation schemes for former miners who endured severe damage to either lungs or hands as the consequence of their employment. These concerns related to the alleged >>>


      DOWN EAST
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      by urban fox, times online correspondent Faith leaders in Tower Hamlets, the most deprived borough in London, are struggling to maintain solidarity "Bomb Blasts÷ anyone affected by the blasts or helping those affected please come in " read the sign on the door of the East London Muslim Centre, next to >>>


      GORDON WAVES TWO FINGERS
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      Patience Wheatcroft The Chancellor‘s latest action typifies this Government‘s contempt for the ordinary voter THE AVERAGE VOTER may have little understanding of Gordon Browns golden rule and even less comprehension of what he did to it this week. But never mind the more arcane details of defining the econom >>>


      KEN GRAHAM
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      July 1', 1'22 – July 15, 2005 TUC peacemaker who emphasised co–operation in a time of strife WHEN Kenneth Graham became an assistant general secretary of the Trades Union Congress in 1'77, his first task was to untangle the web of litigation, accusations and ill–feeling that had followed t >>>


      ON THIS DAY – JULY 22, 1''4
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      Tony Blair became the youngest leader of the Labour Party TODAY marks the beginning of a new chapter in British politics. After 15 years of unelectability, there is now a good chance that the Labour Party will become a fighting Opposition again.

With Tony Blair at its helm, the principles of competition which >>>


      SIR FRANK ROGERS
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      February 24, 1'20 – July 20, 2005 Elder statesman of Fleet Street who lived through newspaper drama and revolution THERE were three journalists still working at the most senior level of British national newspapers in the year 2000 who had started their careers before the Second World War. At 88, Edward Picker >>>


      SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      From Mr Brian Blessed and others Sir, Friday July 22 is the start of National Parks week, celebrating and raising awareness of some of the most cherished landscapes in the British Isles, from the upland wilds of the North York Moors to lowland treasures such as the Broads and the New Forest.

Left waiting in th >>>


      SUPPOSE THAT INVADING IRAQ HAS MADE US MORE VULNERABLE &#151; WHAT THEN?
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      Suppose that invading Iraq has made us more vulnerable what then? Gerard Baker IT IS TOO EARLY to know for sure the provenance of yesterdays explosions in London. The fact that they were eerie, undeadly replicas of the earlier attacks blasts on three Tube trains and a bus on a Thursday in July suggests either a serious >>>


      WHAT YESTERDAY TOLD US ABOUT TERROR
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      Kevin Toolis The golden rule of terrorist organisations was revealed by the London outrages TERRORISTS WILL always have one advantage over democratic states surprise.

What begins as another normal day in the capital turns into chaos, crisis meetings in 10 Downing Street, mobile phone surges, fear and red alert >>>


      WHEN IT‘S TOO LATE FOR LUSTY, A ROCK CHICK CAN BE FORMIDABLE
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      Jane Shilling SUMMERTIME, and the living is easy . . . so naturally American Vogue prints a photo–shoot of the English countryside, showing how the cream of English society disports itself during our brief but ravishing belle saison.

Now, who is this patrician figure, clad in buttermilk chiffon and cashm >>>


      WHISKY BORES GALORE
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Tim Luckhurst I USED TO ENJOY whisky. Since surrendering the pleasure of cigarettes I have closed each working day with a large glass. I thought nothing could spoil this moment. But recently my drink has been upset by friends clamouring to discuss my choice. Each has been bitten by the malt bug. The symptoms are ant >>>


      WHO NEEDS TO PLANT BIG BOMBS ONCE YOU HAVE PLANTED FEAR?
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      Notebook by Mick Hume AS I AM writing this, confusion still surrounds the latest terrorist incident in London. But one thing is already clear. These attacks are about spreading fear, pure and simple. The pathetic individuals who carried them out were not propagating a political programme or an evil ideology, or even tr >>>


      ‘BOMBER‘ SHOT DEAD IN LONDON÷ WITNESS REPORTS
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Times Online ange agencies A suspected suicide bomber was killed by police at a London Underground station this morning, shot five times after attempting to board a packed Tube train. This is what people saw Mark Whitby, speaking to BBC News 24, reported the man was shot five times at close range after he had jumped >>>


      ‘I CAME FACE–TO–FACE WITH BOMBER‘
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Simon Freeman, Times Online Business analyst Abisha Moyo today described in vivid detail how he came face–to–face with one of the four would–be suicide bombers whose failed attacks brought a second wave of terror to London.

Abisha, 28, was on the Hammersmith and City Tube on his way to a j >>>


      ‘ROMAN‘S LAW‘ IS CRUX OF CASE, LIBEL JURY TOLD
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Michael Horsnell THE jury in the Roman Polanski libel action against Vanity Fair was sent home last night after failing to reach a verdict.

The magazine alleged that on his way to the funeral of his murdered wife, the film director made sexual advances to a Scandinavian beauty, promising her÷ I will >>>


      ALGERIAN ENVOYS ABDUCTED AT GUNPOINT IN BAGHDAD
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      From James Hider in Baghdad GUNMEN kidnapped two senior Algerian diplomats in Iraq yesterday, stopping their car in a busy street in the capital and dragging them off with their bodyguard.

The abduction was the latest in a series of attacks on diplomats from the Muslim world and came two weeks after al–Q >>>


      AN ANXIOUS MORNING ON THE TUBE, THEN A MAN SHOT DEAD
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Sam Knight, Times Online Even before the news spread of this morning‘s shooting at Stockwell, it was a nervous, unhappy morning on the Tube, as commuters and day trippers picked their way across London, negotiating security alerts and layers of station closures.

"You see customers‘ faces, t >>>


      ARMY WILL BLOW UP 30 SYNAGOGUES
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      From Ian MacKinnon in Kfar Maimon Israel wants to push on with Gaza pullout as security forces defy protesters THE Israeli Army intends to blow up more than thirty synagogues and six Jewish religious schools in Gaza after the withdrawal next month.

The Israeli authorities that are negotiating the handover with >>>


      ARSON ATTEMPT ON BOMBER‘S HOME
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Simon Freeman, Times Online An area around the home of suicide bomber Jermaine Lindsay was sealed off today after an apparent attempt to burn down the building in a reprisal attack.

Thames Valley Police said officers were called to Northern Road in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, shortly after 6.30am after repo >>>


      AT STOCKWELL STATION÷ ‘GET IN THE TRAIN, GET IN THE TRAIN!‘
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Sam Knight, Times Online Passengers describe panic as police chase down and shoot suspected suicide bomber dead at Stockwell station this morning Amanda Benn was on her way to work this morning from South London, travelling north on the Victoria line when her train pulled into Stockwell station only moments after po >>>


      BOMBER‘S MOTHER PRAYS FOR VICTIMS
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Steve Bird and Leslie Pierre in Grenada THE mother of Jermaine Lindsay said last night that she was horrified that the best son she could have ever hoped for could be responsible for the deadly suicide bomb attack earlier this month.

Speaking publicly for the first time, Maryam McCleod Ismaiyl, 3', said >>>


      CATHOLIC CONSERVATISM ON THE RISE AS PRIEST REFUSES FUNERAL FOR ‘SINNER‘
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      From Richard Owen in Rome A PARISH priest has refused to give an Italian woman a Christian funeral because she had lived in sin.

Father Giuseppe Mazzotta, parish priest at Marcellinara, near Catanzaro in Calabria, said that he had denied a Christian funeral to Maria Francesca Tallarico, who died of breast canc >>>


      COUSIN LISTENED TO BOASTS ABOUT SUICIDE MISSION
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Daniel McGrory, and Zahid Hussain in Islamabad ON HIS last visit to relatives in Pakistan this year, one of the London bombers, Shehzad Tanweer, boasted of wanting to die in a revenge attack over the way Muslims are treated.

While his family in Leeds had no idea about his suicide mission, Tanweer confessed >>>


      FIRST CLASS ST JOHN‘S HEADS OXFORD LIST
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Tony Halpin, Education Editor ST JOHNS COLLEGE, the alma mater of Tony Blair, has knocked Merton off its perch as the top college of Oxford University.

Oxfords wealthiest college comes top of the unofficial Norrington table of examination results for the first time since 1'''. More than four out >>>


      FLESH–EATING CATERPILLAR THAT THINKS IT‘S A SPIDER
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Mark Henderson, Science Correspondent A FLESH–EATING caterpillar that uses spider–like silk to trap snails before devouring them alive has been found in Hawaii.

Once the larvae, which develop into moths, have tied the snails to leaves, they climb inside their shells to feast on the soft tissue.< >>>


      HUGE PUSH TO GET TUBE NETWORK OPERATING AS NORMAL
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Ben Webster, Transport Correspondent STAFF with London Underground worked through the night to get services running this morning after the organisation insisted that it had done everything possible to improve security after the bombings two weeks ago.

More than 2,000 police have been standing guard at Tube >>>


      LEARNING THE LESSONS FROM THOSE WHO FAILED THEIR DEADLY TASKS
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Stephen Farrell, James Hider and Ian Mackinnon DAZED by a powerful mix of failure and foreboding, the would–be suicide bomber looks up into the eyes, not of the Archangel Jibril, but an Israeli Shin Bet interrogator for whom there is one overriding priority.

Were you working alone, or is there another >>>


      MARKETS RECOVER AFTER TERROR REPORTS
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      From Times Online‘s Business Desk FTSE closed up 20.2 at 5241.8 C&W leads bid interest Nikkei closed down '1.68 at 116'5.05 Do you have a comment to make on the markets? Write to Times Online‘s Business desk at markets@timesonline.co.uk, where we will publish the most interesting e–mails T >>>


      MCGRATH GIVES ENGLAND‘S NEW ORDER A REMINDER OF TIMES PAST
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Simon Barnes, Chief Sports Writer 17 wickets in a day÷ another quiet start to the Ashes then THERE is a chapter in one of Enid Blytons Famous Five books entitled A lovely day with a horrid end. That was Englands first day of the Ashes series. An heroic bowling performance enabled England to get rid of Austral >>>


      OLD RIVAL LONG IN THE TRUTH FOR IDOWU
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By David Powell Past masters and those aiming to succeed them at the summit are brought together IF THERE was a British ranking list for unfulfilled talent, Phillips Idowu would be at the top, just ahead of Mark Lewis–Francis and Christian Malcolm.

According to Jonathan Edwards, the world record–ho >>>


      PARTY BOWS TO PEOPLE POWER AS VILLAGERS RESIST STATE LAND–GRAB
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      From Jane Macartney in Beijing THE Chinese Government has abandoned plans to take over farms to build a power station after lengthy public resistance and a protest in which six people were killed.

Officials of Baoding city in Hebei province near Beijing had violated regulations covering compensation for land r >>>


      POLANSKI‘S &#163;50,000 LIBEL VICTORY
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      Polanski‘s 50,000 libel victory By Simon Freeman, Times Online Roman Polanski, the film director, was today awarded 50,000 libel damages over a Vanity Fair article which stated that he made sexual advances to a Scandinavian woman soon after his wifes brutal murder in 1'6'.

The jury of nine men an >>>


      POLICE SEARCH CCTV FOOTAGE FOR IMAGES OF BOMBERS
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Simon Freeman, Times Online A major hunt was under way today for four bombers who are on the run after targeting three Tube trains and a bus in a copycat attack on London two weeks after the July 7 atrocity.

Police are examining fingerprint and DNA evidence at each of the sites of the attempted blasts. All >>>


      POLICE WANT MORE POWERS TO DETAIN TERRORIST SUSPECTS
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Richard Ford and Michael Evans POLICE chiefs told Tony Blair yesterday that they wanted new powers to hold terrorist suspects for up to '0 days without charge.

The dramatic increase in detention powers, from the current 14 days, was on a list of new security measures urged by the Association of Chief Po >>>


      PUBLIC EXECUTION FOR THE TEENAGERS CONVICTED OF RAPE
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Our Foreign Staff IRAN has publicly hanged two male teenagers convicted of raping a 13–year–old boy at knifepoint. After the Supreme Court upheld the verdict of child rape, they were executed on Tuesday in Edalat (Justice) Square in the city of Mashhad.

The British gay rights group Outrage! has >>>


      SECOND LONDON BOMBINGS÷ FULL POLICE STATEMENT
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      Transcript by Victoria Harrison Transcript of this afternoon‘s news conference, in which senior police officers discussed this morning‘s shooting and the search for the four men who tried to attack the London transport system yesterday÷ Sir Ian Blair, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police÷ & >>>


      SECRET PHONE TAP ON BOLLYWOOD STAR WITH ‘GANG LINKS‘
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      From Raekha Prasad in Delhi ONE of Bollywoods leading stars was secretly taped by police who suspected that he was in contact with a known underworld figure, it emerged yesterday.

Salman Khan, one of Indias biggest action heroes, was targeted in 2001 after police received a tip–off that he was making cal >>>


      TERRORISTS ‘THREATEN‘ IRAQ MOBILE OPERATORS
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Rhys Blakely, Times Online Terrorists in Iraq are pressuring telecoms operators to maintain the countrys mobile network so it can be used in their ongoing campaigns of violence, according to the countrys telecoms regulator.

Dr Siyamend Othman, chief executive of the Iraqi National Communications and Media C >>>


      TOP TEN ARTICLES ONLINE ÷THURSDAY JULY 21
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      1. Police hunt bombers who struck London again 2. Top al–Qaeda Briton called Tube bombers before attack 3. Live÷ over–by–over commentary 4. The victims of the London bombing 5. Rice demands apology after aides ‘manhandled‘
6. London‘s day of deja vu 7. What witnesses saw 8 >>>


      TSUNAMI SURVIVORS GET DREAM MASTERCLASS
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      From James Ducker in Phuket BARELY 200 days have passed since Burachai Booncharoens parents were killed by the tsunami that claimed more than 200,000 lives in South–East Asia on December 26. Phuket, an island in southern Thailand and Burachais home, was among the worst–hit areas.

For the first week >>>


      VIDEO GAME‘S HOT SCENES LEAVE THE RETAILERS COLD
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      From James Bone in New York A POPULAR video game was pulled from the shelves in America yesterday after it was rerated for adults only because of hidden sex scenes.

Grand Theft Auto÷ San Andreas, the fifth instalment of the gang warfare game, had its rating upgraded by the industrys regulatory group aft >>>


      WIDOW OF 80 LOCKED UP IN ROW WITH PC DRUMMER
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Simon de Bruxelles A WIDOW aged 80 found herself being fingerprinted and locked in a police cell after complaining about the noise of drumming coming from a community centre.

Gwen Townsend was arrested after snatching a stick from one of the samba drummers hands and allegedly hitting him with it when he ign >>>


      WINNER SAYS STOP ‘PLAYING CRICKET‘ WITH TERRORISTS
      The Times, 22-07-2005
      By Philippe Naughton, Times Online For many people this morning‘s shooting at Stockwell Tube must have sounded like a scene from a Hollywood movie÷ a man chased down a subway escalator by armed police, cornered in a train and shot five times at close range.

For Michael Winner, the film director wh >>>


      AKSU÷ PKK INFILTRATION FROM IRAQ NEEDS TO STOP
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 DOMESTIC All News» » Turkey home to extensive cave system » Parliament approves 166 laws in 8 months » Yurtbank trial to start from scratch » Anti–terrorism efforts gather steam » Aksu÷ PKK infiltration from Iraq needs to stop » Concern for po >>>


      ANTI–TERRORISM EFFORTS CENTER ON LEGAL AND STRUCTURAL MEASURES
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 DOMESTIC All News» » Turkey home to extensive cave system » Parliament approves 166 laws in 8 months » Yurtbank trial to start from scratch » Anti–terrorism efforts gather steam » Aksu÷ PKK infiltration from Iraq needs to stop » Concern for po >>>


      ANTI–TERRORISM EFFORTS GATHER STEAM
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 DOMESTIC All News» » Turkey home to extensive cave system » Parliament approves 166 laws in 8 months » Yurtbank trial to start from scratch » Anti–terrorism efforts gather steam » Aksu÷ PKK infiltration from Iraq needs to stop » Concern for po >>>


      CONCERN FOR POLITICIZING JUDICIARY RESURFACES
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 DOMESTIC All News» » Turkey home to extensive cave system » Parliament approves 166 laws in 8 months » Yurtbank trial to start from scratch » Anti–terrorism efforts gather steam » Aksu÷ PKK infiltration from Iraq needs to stop » Concern for po >>>


      DOMESTIC NEWSLINE
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 DOMESTIC All News» » Turkey home to extensive cave system » Parliament approves 166 laws in 8 months » Yurtbank trial to start from scratch » Anti–terrorism efforts gather steam » Aksu÷ PKK infiltration from Iraq needs to stop » Concern for po >>>


      FARMERS WAIT IN TMO LINE FOR DAYS
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 DOMESTIC All News» » Turkey home to extensive cave system » Parliament approves 166 laws in 8 months » Yurtbank trial to start from scratch » Anti–terrorism efforts gather steam » Aksu÷ PKK infiltration from Iraq needs to stop » Concern for po >>>


      PARLIAMENT APPROVES 166 LAWS IN 8 MONTHS
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 DOMESTIC All News» » Turkey home to extensive cave system » Parliament approves 166 laws in 8 months » Yurtbank trial to start from scratch » Anti–terrorism efforts gather steam » Aksu÷ PKK infiltration from Iraq needs to stop » Concern for po >>>


      SOARING TEMPERATURES STIFLE LIFE IN ÞANLÝURFA
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 DOMESTIC All News» » Turkey home to extensive cave system » Parliament approves 166 laws in 8 months » Yurtbank trial to start from scratch » Anti–terrorism efforts gather steam » Aksu÷ PKK infiltration from Iraq needs to stop » Concern for po >>>


      TURKEY HOME TO EXTENSIVE CAVE SYSTEM
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 DOMESTIC All News» » Turkey home to extensive cave system » Parliament approves 166 laws in 8 months » Yurtbank trial to start from scratch » Anti–terrorism efforts gather steam » Aksu÷ PKK infiltration from Iraq needs to stop » Concern for po >>>


      UNREGISTERED MOBILES TO BE SHUT DOWN
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 DOMESTIC All News» » Turkey home to extensive cave system » Parliament approves 166 laws in 8 months » Yurtbank trial to start from scratch » Anti–terrorism efforts gather steam » Aksu÷ PKK infiltration from Iraq needs to stop » Concern for po >>>


      YURTBANK TRIAL TO START FROM SCRATCH
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 DOMESTIC All News» » Turkey home to extensive cave system » Parliament approves 166 laws in 8 months » Yurtbank trial to start from scratch » Anti–terrorism efforts gather steam » Aksu÷ PKK infiltration from Iraq needs to stop » Concern for po >>>


      CHINA REVALUES YUAN BY 2.1 PERCENT
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Oil falls on steady US stockpiles despite storms » Ex–laggard Ireland faces up to hi–tech future » Dollar retreats after Greenspan optimism wears off » Need reforms to tackle eurozone growth gaps, says EU » SocGen eyes off >>>


      COMPETITION BODY APPROVES TURK TELEKOM SALE
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Oil falls on steady US stockpiles despite storms » Ex–laggard Ireland faces up to hi–tech future » Dollar retreats after Greenspan optimism wears off » Need reforms to tackle eurozone growth gaps, says EU » SocGen eyes off >>>


      DOLLAR RETREATS AFTER GREENSPAN OPTIMISM WEARS OFF
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Oil falls on steady US stockpiles despite storms » Ex–laggard Ireland faces up to hi–tech future » Dollar retreats after Greenspan optimism wears off » Need reforms to tackle eurozone growth gaps, says EU » SocGen eyes off >>>


      EX–LAGGARD IRELAND FACES UP TO HI–TECH FUTURE
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Oil falls on steady US stockpiles despite storms » Ex–laggard Ireland faces up to hi–tech future » Dollar retreats after Greenspan optimism wears off » Need reforms to tackle eurozone growth gaps, says EU » SocGen eyes off >>>


      FINANCELINE
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Oil falls on steady US stockpiles despite storms » Ex–laggard Ireland faces up to hi–tech future » Dollar retreats after Greenspan optimism wears off » Need reforms to tackle eurozone growth gaps, says EU » SocGen eyes off >>>


      GOVERNMENT FIXES TAX ON MINIVANS AT 10 PERCENT
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Oil falls on steady US stockpiles despite storms » Ex–laggard Ireland faces up to hi–tech future » Dollar retreats after Greenspan optimism wears off » Need reforms to tackle eurozone growth gaps, says EU » SocGen eyes off >>>


      NEED REFORMS TO TACKLE EUROZONE GROWTH GAPS, SAYS EU
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Oil falls on steady US stockpiles despite storms » Ex–laggard Ireland faces up to hi–tech future » Dollar retreats after Greenspan optimism wears off » Need reforms to tackle eurozone growth gaps, says EU » SocGen eyes off >>>


      OIL FALLS ON STEADY US STOCKPILES DESPITE STORMS
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Oil falls on steady US stockpiles despite storms » Ex–laggard Ireland faces up to hi–tech future » Dollar retreats after Greenspan optimism wears off » Need reforms to tackle eurozone growth gaps, says EU » SocGen eyes off >>>


      SME PRODUCTIVITY PROMOTION PROGRAM LAUNCHED IN OSTÝM
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Oil falls on steady US stockpiles despite storms » Ex–laggard Ireland faces up to hi–tech future » Dollar retreats after Greenspan optimism wears off » Need reforms to tackle eurozone growth gaps, says EU » SocGen eyes off >>>


      SOCGEN EYES OFFER FOR TURKISH BANK GARANTI
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Oil falls on steady US stockpiles despite storms » Ex–laggard Ireland faces up to hi–tech future » Dollar retreats after Greenspan optimism wears off » Need reforms to tackle eurozone growth gaps, says EU » SocGen eyes off >>>


      TOFAÞ INVESTING 170 MILLION EUROS TO PRODUCE NEW FIAT SEDAN IN TURKEY
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Oil falls on steady US stockpiles despite storms » Ex–laggard Ireland faces up to hi–tech future » Dollar retreats after Greenspan optimism wears off » Need reforms to tackle eurozone growth gaps, says EU » SocGen eyes off >>>


      TOFAÞ TO PRODUCE NEW FIAT SEDAN IN TURKEY
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Oil falls on steady US stockpiles despite storms » Ex–laggard Ireland faces up to hi–tech future » Dollar retreats after Greenspan optimism wears off » Need reforms to tackle eurozone growth gaps, says EU » SocGen eyes off >>>


      TOURISM INCOME REACHES $5.8 BILLION IN FIRST HALF OF YEAR
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 BUSINESS REPORT All News» » Oil falls on steady US stockpiles despite storms » Ex–laggard Ireland faces up to hi–tech future » Dollar retreats after Greenspan optimism wears off » Need reforms to tackle eurozone growth gaps, says EU » SocGen eyes off >>>


      ‘MEETING WALLS‘ IN BEYOÐLU
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 FEATURE All News» » Artifacts keep poppýng up as digging continues at Tel Taynat » New laser technology replaces stickers on produce with ‘tattoos‘ » Report÷ Singing makes for safer driving » Tickets for 'th International Istanbul Biennia >>>


      ‘STAR TREK‘S‘ SCOTTY DEAD, ASHES TO BE SENT INTO SPACE
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 FEATURE All News» » Artifacts keep poppýng up as digging continues at Tel Taynat » New laser technology replaces stickers on produce with ‘tattoos‘ » Report÷ Singing makes for safer driving » Tickets for 'th International Istanbul Biennia >>>


      ARTIFACTS KEEP POPPÝNG UP AS DIGGING CONTINUES AT TEL TAYNAT
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 FEATURE All News» » Artifacts keep poppýng up as digging continues at Tel Taynat » New laser technology replaces stickers on produce with ‘tattoos‘ » Report÷ Singing makes for safer driving » Tickets for 'th International Istanbul Biennia >>>


      CHANGING OF THE GUARD AT SWISSOTEL THE BOSPHORUS
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 FEATURE All News» » Artifacts keep poppýng up as digging continues at Tel Taynat » New laser technology replaces stickers on produce with ‘tattoos‘ » Report÷ Singing makes for safer driving » Tickets for 'th International Istanbul Biennia >>>


      FLAMENCO SINGER ANTONIO NUNEZ MONTOYA AKA ‘EL CHOCOLATE‘ DIES
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 FEATURE All News» » Artifacts keep poppýng up as digging continues at Tel Taynat » New laser technology replaces stickers on produce with ‘tattoos‘ » Report÷ Singing makes for safer driving » Tickets for 'th International Istanbul Biennia >>>


      FROG CHORUS RIVETS HAWAIIAN ECONOMY
      22-07-2005
      Friday, July 22, 2005 FEATURE All News» » Artifacts keep poppýng up as digging continues at Tel Taynat » New laser technology replaces stickers on produce with ‘tattoos‘ » Report÷ Singing makes for safer driving » Tickets for 'th International Istanbul Biennia >>>



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