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Thursday, November 25, 2004
Let us reduce trust deficit, Aziz tells India|
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24.So rare have they been in the past that high-level meetings between India and Pakistan invariably generate expectations out of sync with the specifics of each occasion. In the run-up to this week's visit by the Pakistan ...
''Gas project is a win-win for India, Pakistan''
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24.The proposed pipeline from Iran is a win-win project for both Islamabad and New Delhi but if India does not wish to cooperate, Pakistan is prepared to strike a deal with gas exporting countries for its own domestic energy ...
Left seeks cut in LPG, diesel prices
NEW DELHI. NOV. 24. The Left parties today asked the Government to reduce the prices of Liquefied Petroleum Gas and diesel and restore the 9.5 per cent interest rate on Employees Provident Fund. The demand came this morning at the fourth meeting ...
Kalam takes Aziz into study
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. It was not just the stuff of formal diplomatic meetings. The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, ushered the Pakistani Prime Minister, Shaukat Aziz, and other members of his delegation into his Rashtrapati Bhavan study today and ...
Suspicions strengthened : Karunanidhi
CHENNAI, NOV. 24. The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam president, M. Karunanidhi, said today that the events in the past few days, including the arrest of the Kanchi Sankaracharya in another case, only strengthened his suspicion that there were motives ...
We must keep the ball rolling, Left tells Shaukat Aziz
NEW DELHI, NOV.24.The Pakistan Prime Minister, Shaukat Aziz, today held a meeting with the leaders of the Left parties seeking their view on the peace process between New Delhi and Islamabad. During the half-an-hour meeting with Mr. Aziz, the ...
Shaukat Aziz bullish on Pakistan's economy
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. Pakistan's Prime Minister, Shaukat Aziz, struck a bullish tone on his country's economy, telling a group of Indian editors here on Wednesday that "the Pakistan of today and tomorrow is not the Pakistan of yesterday" and that ...
Pakistan to get back to India on talks for gas pipeline project
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. The Petroleum Minister, Mani Shankar Aiyar, who met the Pakistan Prime Minister, Shaukat Aziz, this morning, said that Islamabad would soon inform him of when a formal meeting could be held with his Pakistani counterpart, ...
Godhra panel term extended
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. The Union Cabinet today decided to extend by three months the tenure of the high-level committee set up to inquire into the incident of fire on the Sabarmati Express at Godhra in February 2002 in which 58 persons died. The ...
KANPUR, NOV. 24. The police today detained a man armed with a revolver, at the venue of cricket Test between India and South Africa.
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. The Department of Telecom will issue a show-cause notice to Reliance Infocomm in the next two days asking why it should not be penalised for diverting international calls as local ones. ...
Gold prices soar
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. Gold prices zoomed in late trading here today on stockists' buying, and closed at Rs. 6680 per 10 grams.
PATNA, NOV. 24. The house of the Lok Janshakti Party MLA, Rajan Tiwari, was raided again by the police here in connection with the abduction of two NHPC officials. Two persons were picked up for interrogation. ...
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