Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Friday, October 03, 2003
Armitage, Rocca put off Islamabad visit
ISLAMABAD, OCT. 2. Much to the surprise of diplomatic and political observers, the United States Deputy Secretary of State, Richard Armitage, and the Assistant Secretary of State, Christina Rocca, have postponed their trip to Pakistan, ...
U.S. moves revised draft in Security Council
WASHINGTON, OCT. 2. Wasting no time after assuming the Presidency of the Security Council for October, the U.S. has presented its revised draft of the resolution it is seeking on Iraq. It shared the draft with the other four permanent members ...
Iran, IAEA begin crucial talks to resolve nuclear issue
MANAMA, OCT. 2.Iran and international nuclear monitors have begun crucial talks that could influence a decision on whether Teheran will face global sanctions on account of its atomic programme. Officials of the International Atomic Energy ...
India & World
Room still for Indo-Pak. talks: U.S.
WASHINGTON, OCT. 2.The Bush administration has said that even as the U.S. condemns cross-border terrorism and is committed to defeating terrorism, there are still "opportunities for dialogue" between India and Pakistan. The Secretary of State, ...
`U.S. will play a role in reviving Indo-Pak. talks'
WASHINGTON, OCT. 2.The U.S. President, George W. Bush, and the Pakistan Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, had discussions on a range of issues that included Kashmir, Iraq, the war on terrorism and the general security situation in the ...
Execution not stayed
SINGAPORE, OCT. 2.The execution of a convicted Indian in Singapore, set for tomorrow, has not been stayed. The decision has been conveyed to the Indian authorities who intervened through diplomatic channels to try and save him. Arunprakash ...
Pakistan changes tack on release of fishermen
ISLAMABAD, OCT. 2. In a change of tack, Islamabad has linked the release of the remaining 74 Indian fishermen in Pakistan to India setting free the 93 Pakistani fishermen detained in Gujarat after they strayed into Indian territorial waters. In ...
Read Today's supplements: | Life | Entertainment |
Send: Comments to: email@example.com
Letters to the Editor to: firstname.lastname@example.org with full postal address
News: Front Page | National | Southern States | Other States | International | Opinion | Business | Sport | Miscellaneous | Index | Features: Life | Magazine | Literary Review | Metro Plus | Open Page | Education | Book Review | Business | SciTech | Entertainment | Young World | Quest | Folio |
Copyright © 2003, The Hindu. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu