Saturday, January 15, 2005


US ties with India may turnout to be less stable: NIC
Washington, Jan. 15. (PTI): The National Intelligence Council (NIC) has
expressed that US relations with India may turnout to be "less stable" and
New Delhi's democratic character may make it difficult for Washington to
deal with it in future
[US is not a democracy? or is it that it cannot deal democratically?]


it happened this day

1973: Nixon orders ceasefire in Vietnam
President Nixon has ordered a halt to American bombing in North Vietnam
following peace talks in Paris.
The decision comes after Dr Henry Kissinger, the president's assistant for
National Security Affairs, returned to Washington yesterday from France with
a draft peace proposal.

Representatives from North and South Vietnam and the United States have been
at the negotiating table and reports from Paris say progress has been made
with compromises on all sides.

But many political issues remain to be resolved.


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