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India, China to improve ties
NEW DELHI, JAN. 24. India and China, at their strategic dialogue today, "noted with satisfaction" that the recent trends in bilateral relations had been positive. Trade was growing rapidly, with preliminary figures for 2004 showing that the ...
Flag meeting held to resolve tension on LoC
NEW DELHI, JAN. 24. Field commanders of the Indian and Pakistani armies held a flag-meeting on Sunday to resolve the friction in the Mendhar sub-sector on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir that is threatening to puncture the ...
Advani meets Manmohan on fishermen's issue
NEW DELHI, JAN. 24. The Leader of the Opposition, L.K. Advani, today met the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, for nearly 30 minutes and requested him to urgently take up the issue of Indian fishermen, mostly from Gujarat, languishing in Pakistani ...
"All accused played their role in one way or the other"
CHENNAI, JAN. 24. Each of the accused involved in the murder of Sankararaman, manager of Sri Varadarajaperumal Temple, Kancheepuram, "did his best as per the needs and circumstances" in the commission of the crime, according to the charge sheet ...
``Banerjee report not the final word''
NEW DELHI, JAN. 24. Giving a new dimension to the raging controversy over the Godhra train tragedy, the judge probing the Gujarat communal violence has said the Justice U.C. Banerjee Committee's interim report describing the incident as ...
`Manmohan, Sonia for talks with A.P. naxalites'
NEW DELHI, JAN. 24. The Congress today emphasised that the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, and the United Progressive Alliance chairperson, Sonia Gandhi, have indicated that peace talks between the Andhra Pradesh Government and the naxalite ...
Kalam breaks protocol
NEW DELHI, JAN. 24. The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, is not just synonymous with science and children. He can equally be at ease with culture and dance, a trait he displayed at the inauguration of the National Folk Dance Festival here today. ...
Bhutan King arrives on five-day visit
NEW DELHI, JAN. 24. King Jigme Singye Wangchuck of Bhutan arrived here today on a five-day State visit during which he will grace the Republic Day celebrations as chief guest. It is for the first time a King of Bhutan has been accorded this ...
PATNA, JAN. 24.The guard and four passengers of the Delhi bound North-East Express suffered minor injuries when five bogies of the train derailed between Tilrath and Barauni stations on the Katihar-Barauni section of the Sonepur division ...
GUWAHATI, JAN. 24. Six persons, including a policeman, were injured when suspected ULFA militants lobbed a grenade on a police checkpost near the Dispur capital complex here today. The Superintendent of Police, H.C. Nath, said the injured were ...
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