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Tuesday, September 07, 2004
`Plainspeak' marks meeting
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 6. The Pakistan Foreign Minister, Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri, toady called on the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, and discussed with him a range of issues. He also met the National Security Adviser, J.N. Dixit, and had lunch with ...
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 6. The Foreign Minister-level talks between New Delhi and Islamabad which concluded today have disappointed Kashmiris as there was no visible headway. Even as the separatist leaders, particularly those who met the Pakistan ...
Congress prepares action programme
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 6. In an attempt to give a concrete shape to the agenda outlined by its president, Sonia Gandhi, the Congress today prepared a nine-point action programme. Setting up a task force on naxalite violence in tribal regions, ...
We support reopening of consulates: Kasuri
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 6. As India and Pakistan take small steps at a time, what happens to the areas in which agreement has already been reached, but implementation is yet to begin? That is precisely the question that was posed to Foreign Ministers ...
Kasuri stresses centrality of Kashmir
NEW DELHINEW DELHI, SEPT. 6.SEPT. 6. The Pakistan Foreign Minister, Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri, today stressed the "centrality" of the Kashmir issue and claimed this was not to suggest that Pakistan was only interested in discussing Kashmir. Calling ...
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