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Over The Boundary At Sher-E-Kashmir
Vajpayee makes the first move again, but promises it won't be the farce of '01 Updates


KHURSHID MEHMOOD KASURI
'US Has Played A Very Active Role'
The Pakistan Foreign Minister on his hopes, fears and expectations.

Return Of The Native
India's Gulf boom might end with the Arab world further nativising its workforce

Never So Wrong
A Sunni massacre, restive Shi'ites—the US roadmap gets some grim reminders Updates


ATAL BEHARI VAJPAYEE
'We Are Committed To Improvement Of Relations'
'In this context, it has been decided to appoint a High Commissioner to Pakistan and restore civil aviation links on a reciprocal basis'


URI AVNERY
Don't Envy Abu-Mazen
Arafat may have agreed to appoint Mahmoud Abbas, known as Abu Mazen, Prime Minister but the roadmap to peace is not going to be simple to negotiate.


GARY LEUPP
Disorder And Opportunity
There is great disorder under heaven, as the Chinese communists, when they were communists, used to say. But there's also opportunity...

Wars On Terror
A senior defense analyst gave a simple gloss: others will 'respect us for our toughness and won't mess with us'. That stand has many precedents too, but in the post-9/11 world it gains new force.



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IRAQ-LD BLIX
Blix says "no evidence" of proscribed Iraqi mobile activities
UNITED NATIONS, MAR 7 (AFP)

Chief UN weapons inspector Hans Blix said today that his teams had not found evidence to support US claims that Iraq was hiding banned arms in mobile laboratories.

"No evidence of proscribed activities have so far been found," Blix told a key meeting of the UN Security Council.

"Intelligence authorities have claimed that weapons of mass destruction are moved around Iraq by trucks, in particular that there are mobile production units for biological weapons," Blix told a key meeting of the UN Security Council.

"Several inspections have taken place ... in relation to mobile producution facilities," he said. "No evidence of proscribed activities have so far been found." Blix said his inspectors had looked into several mobile facilities as well as "large containers with seed processing equipment.

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