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No plans to call ceasefire against J&K terrorists, says Fernandes
NEW DELHI, JAN. 29.The Defence Minister, George Fernandes, today said that there is no move to extend the ceasefire on the Jammu and Kashmir border to counter-insurgency operations being carried out in the interiors of the State. ``There is no ...

Hurriyat to continue talks
SRINAGAR, JAN. 29.Endorsing the joint statement issued after the meeting of its leaders with the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, the All Parties Hurriyat Conference (Abbas) today decided to continue the talks to find an amicable solution to ...

PM reviews strategy for Parliament session
NEW DELHI, JAN. 29.At two high-level meetings today, the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, reviewed the strategy for the ongoing Parliament session, in particular the announcements to be made on the Government's "intentions" during the ...

Tax sops improper, says CPI (M)
HYDERABAD, JAN. 29.The Communist Party of India (Marxist) politburo has charged the BJP-led Government with committing a "gross constitutional impropriety" by offering another round of "election eve sops," this time on imports, skipping ...

CPI to have seat adjustment with TRS
HYDERABAD, JAN. 29. Setting at rest widespread speculation, the general secretary of the Communist Party of India (CPI), A.B. Bardhan, today announced that his party would have a formal seat adjustment with the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) ...

Death sentence to four of Veerappan gang
NEW DELHI, JAN. 29. Terming them as a ``threat and grave danger to society at large,'' the Supreme Court today gave death sentence to four members of the forest brigand Veerappan's gang — Simon, Gnana Prakash, Madhiah and Bilavendra — ...

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  • Tehelka weekly launch today
  • I do not repent, says Mahajan
  • Policy for urban street vendors
  • BJP may repeat NDA agenda
  • 'Secretariat will mar campus serenity'
  • Lok Sabha pays homage to 3 members
  • Orissa Assembly to be dissolved
  • Honour for Advani, Jaswant
  • Backward Classes Commission submits report
  • Bengal sets up emergency panel to monitor livestock health
  • India-Myanmar gas pipeline likely
  • J&K forms expert's panel to keep vigil on bird flu
  • `Sagar Mala will bring vibrancy to maritime sector'
  • Wage board: DUJ seeks MPs' support
  • Karnad miffed at film selection process
  • Soft drinks: JPC upholds NGO findings, to seek stiff norms
  • J.J. Singh Western Command chief
  • 16 militants surrender
  • U.S. team satisfied with facilities at Cochin Shipyard
  • Not a `special session'
  • Correction
  • J&K panel reviews cases of Public Safety Act detainees
  • Coca-Cola's response



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