Top News Headlines of 21 November 2010

Major Events and Top News Headlines of 21 November 2010:

  • = The Taliban on Sunday vowed to keep fighting the U.S.-led coalition and force them to abandon Afghanistan ahead of a 2014 date set by the alliance for the transition of security to Afghan control.
  • = The London-based Amnesty International called on Egyptian authorities to refrain from harassing election candidates as hundreds of opposition members have been arrested and their marches dispersed.
  • = President Pratibha Patil said on Sunday evening that she would “highlight the tremendous scope for investing in India’s infrastructure,” while emphasising the possibilities for further expanding trade between India and the United Arab Emirates.
  • = The Communist Party of India on Saturday urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to make public the whereabouts of the chairman of the United National Liberation Front (UNLF) of Manipur, R.K. Meghan.
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Top News Headlines of 21 November 2010
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