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Prime Minister Tony Blair at a press conference in New DelhiPM urges world leaders to condemn terrorism

Tony Blair is hoping a 'very strong statement' on terrorism will come out of next week's United Nations Summit in New York.


Tony Blair poses with India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh before a meeting at the Hyderabad House in New DelhiPM hails latest India-EU agreement

Tony Blair has welcomed a new action plan between the European Union and India which covers trade, security and climate change - signed today in New Delhi.


Hurricane Katrina damageMore missing hurricane Brits found alive and well

The number of British nationals still unaccounted for following Hurricane Katrina has dropped from 131 to 96, the Foreign Office has said.


Prime Minister Tony Blair arrives in New DelhiPM arrives in India on second leg of Asian tour

Tony Blair is in New Delhi today to meet Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as part of the European Union presidency programme.


Prime Minister Tony Blair pays his respects to Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi PM pays his respects to Gandhi

Tony Blair has laid a wreath at the memorial to Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi on the first day of his visit to India.


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