Daily trust newspaper Thursday, April 2, 2009:

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Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited

Stocks: Nigeria recorded the world's worst losses; IGP warns of sectarian crisis in Niger; Fayose knows faith on oversea treatment April 6; Soko teachers commence strike; AP price manipulations: SEC commences further investigations; Senate set to grant ICPC more powers to intervene in ondo LG crisis; S/Court sets convict free; Bizman seeks to join Aondoakaa in abuse of office case; Yar'adua can’t stay away from Ekiti rerun election – PDP; Protection of local industries, not our business – Minister; PDP NEC may consider Dariye's return; What Obasanjo said of Atiku; Rape Suspect kills policeman in Abuja; Reps order NCS to stop harassing vehicle owners; Telecoms firms seek $10bn for infrastructure; Iwu: Unity Forum cautions N/Assembly; UK launches new student immigration system; UN to train Nigeria, 9 others in modern policing; Plateau lawmakers intervene in health workers, govt row; Medic tasks govts on cancer campaign; Group carpets Sheriff over N596m education fund; Shekarau recounts encounter with 'ex-student' hired killer; UNICEF trains policy makers on maternal mortality; Oyo approves new pay for teachers; Kwara pays N4m to disengaged water corporation staff; Of Millitary discipline; Re: Senate threatens to Sack Kwali council boss; Arewa Media Forum and the North; CSO network and dialogue on electoral reform; Civil Society Watch; Governor Jang and Namu crisis; Rwanda says victims' remains used in witchcraft; Libyan coastguard scour sea for shipwreck victim; Sudan's Bashir in Saudi for Mecca pilgrimage; Obama envoy visits Sudan amid pressure on Bashir; Saudi government cracks down on Shiite dissidents; New Israeli FM warns concessions will invite war; Yemen captors of Dutch hostages offer swap; No US-Iran meeting at Afghan conference; US, Russia plan to reduce nuke warheads; G-20,protesters break into Royal Bank of Scotland; N/Korea threatens US spy planes monitoring rocket; African Business Drivers; Dangote group, govt to establish tomato factory in Kano; Senate blames food insecurity on neglect; Timex Global urges N/assembly on ICT; Patronize locally manufactured products; S/Arabia woos Nigerian investors; Megatech, ZTE, China sign MoU on network expansion; Stock market recovers N12bn; Oriental Afren achieve success in Ebok oil field appraisal; The truth on whether 'opposites attract'; Dieting 'makes you look older'; Delta Govt House to gulp N3.2b; Two more Benue rural communities get electricity; Old boys build two classrooms for Rumfa College; FG to cut down rural roads deficit through RAMP; Kwara tasks LGs on sanitation programme; UN plans guide to fighting climate-change disaster; Lagos Housing Fair for April 27 to May 2; Yemen's 'Manhattan of the desert; Youngster jailed for stealing mast’s receiver; Guests astonished over PHCN's choice for SERVICOM's award; Muslim women, medical experts meet over health issues; One dies in auto crash in Gwagwalada; FCT to commence Muslim pilgrims' screening next week; Plateau health workers have no reason to embark on strike-Suleiman; 2011: ANPP shouldn't give Buhari auto ticket; Australia on verge of qualification; Venezuela surprises Colombia; The pitfalls of opposition politics; NSC plan stakeholders meeting;

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