Tuesday, July 18, 2006, Chandigarh, India
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Bush reassures PM on N-deal
St. Petersburg, July 17
President of the US George W. Bush today assured Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that there would be no shifting of goal posts with regard to the Indo-US nuclear pact and that they would ensure that New Delhi would not be required to meet any expectations beyond those already spelt out in their joint agreement of July 18, 2005.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with US President George W. Bush during a meeting on the sidelines of the G-8 summit at St Petersburg In video (56k)

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with US President George W. Bush during a meeting on the sidelines of the G-8 summit at St Petersburg on Monday.
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G8 leaders call Mumbai blasts barbaric
St. Petersburg, July 17
Although the G8 summit of industrialised countries was predictably preoccupied with the escalating violence in the Middle East, India was able to persuade the world's most powerful leaders to look beyond the region and denounce the recent terrorist incidents in Mumbai.

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New Delhi, July 17
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Jakarta, July 17
A two-metre-high tsunami crashed into beach resorts and fishing villages on Indonesiaís Java island today, killing at least 86 persons, leaving scores more missing and sending thousands fleeing to higher ground, witnesses and officials said.

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Chandigarh, July 17
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