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Monday, June 28, 2004
Khokhar leaving a day earlier
NEW DELHI, JUNE 27.The Pakistani Foreign Secretary, Riaz Khokhar, is returning to Pakistan on Monday afternoon instead of Tuesday on account of political developments in Islamabad, officials said tonight. In order to permit Mr. Khokhar to ...
India, China reaffirm commitment
NEW DELHI, JUNE 27. India today said it was committed to addressing outstanding issues with China in a ``fair, reasonable and mutually-acceptable manner'' while Beijing said putting aside differences for mutual benefits was in the interest of ...
It's time to conduct party polls
NEW DELHI, JUNE 27.After the general elections, it is time for both the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party to turn attention for the conduct of organisational polls, a process the Election Commission follows seriously. The Congress plans ...
Steps planned to check misinformation by parties
BANGALORE, JUNE 27. The Chief Election Commissioner, T.S. Krishnamurthy, has said that steps are being planned to prevent misinformation by political parties and candidates to woo voters. Mr. Krishnamurthy was speaking at the concluding session ...
Mirwaiz meets Riaz Khokhar
NEW DELHI, JUNE 27. The Hurriyat Conference leader, Mirwaiz Umer Farooq, tonight met the visiting Pakistan Foreign Secretary, Riaz Khokhar, and stressed the need for initiating confidence-building measures on Kashmir, including the opening of the ...
`Corruption in judiciary will be dealt with firmly'
JABALPUR, JUNE 27. The Chief Justice, R.C. Lahoti, said today that corruption in judiciary would be dealt with an iron hand. "I want to give a clear message to the people and to the High Courts that no instance of corruption in judiciary ...
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