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Wednesday, October 27, 2004
India ready for joint operations: Manmohan
NEW DELHI, OCT. 26. India today expressed its willingness to carry out joint or coordinated operations against insurgents based in neighbouring countries. "We are for cooperation and dialogue with all our neighbours, including joint or ...
BJP resolution faults Centre's handling of internal security
NEW DELHI, OCT. 26. Leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party today finalised a hard-hitting political resolution finding fault with the United Progressive Alliance Government's handling of internal security issues. The subject fits in neatly with ...
Venkaiah says he was disillusioned with politics
NEW DELHI, OCT. 26. The former president of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Venkaiah Naidu, today said that for some time he had become "disillusioned with politics." Political parties were forced to make too many compromises, especially in the ...
Separatists welcome proposals
SRINAGAR, OCT. 26. Even as the people in Kashmir see "flexibility" in the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf's stand on Kashmir, the separatists are divided on the issue but they welcomed his latest statement that conversion of the Line of ...
St. Kitts: V.P. Singh comes down on CBI
NEW DELHI, OCT. 26. The former Prime Minister, V.P. Singh, has called on the Central Bureau of Investigation not to proceed with cases in which it did not have enough evidence. Reacting to the acquittal of the controversial godman Chandraswami in ...
AIDWA takes `gotra' case to NHRC
NEW DELHI, OCT. 26. The All India Democratic Women's Association (AIDWA) has sought the intervention of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) to check the growing activities of some "self-styled" caste panchayats. AIDWA hopes this will ...
NEW DELHI, OCT. 26.The Uttaranchal Chief Minister, N.D. Tiwari, today said speculation regarding his removal from the post had no meaning. ``At least I have not been told [by the party] that I am being removed and appointed Governor in some ...
NEW DELHI, OCT. 26.The Deputy Governor of Reserve Bank of India, Rakesh Mohan, has been appointed Finance Secretary. He will succeed D.C. Gupta who retires on October 31. ...
An emotional reunion
CHRAR-E-SHARIEF, OCT. 26. It was an emotional reunion for several Kashmiris today as a 12-member delegation of pilgrims from Pakistan arrived here to a hearty welcome by their relatives. They started their four-day stay in the Valley by paying ...
Visa on arrival
NEW DELHI, OCT. 26.Mauritius has decided to extend visa on arrival facility to Indians visiting that country for a stay of less than 15 days under a new visa ...
A robot comes to India
NEW DELHI, OCT. 26. In the first-ever show of its ``prototype robot'' outside Japan, the Japanese consumer goods major, Sony, today displayed it here, seeking to rekindle the scientific temper among students (in picture, in a New Delhi ...
Lunar eclipse, visible over India, today
CHENNAI, OCT. 26. The last celestial eclipse of 2004 will be a total lunar eclipse and it will occur tomorrow, October 27. It will be visible in the extreme northwestern parts of India and also in Africa, Europe, Greenland, the Arctic region, ...
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