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    Emotional scenes and warm welcome
    KAMAN POST, APRIL 7.The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammed Sayeed, greeted the passengers coming from Muzaffarabad with a `Kush Amdeed' on the Aman Setu (peace bridge). The Mufti waited for the arrival of the passengers on ...

    Stage time, space delicately negotiated
    SRINAGAR, APRIL 7. When the young Omar Abdullah, president of the National Conference, was invited to join in the VVIP enclosure at the flagging-off ceremony of the Srinagar-Muzzafarabad bus service, he gamely accepted the invitation and ...

    Omar, Mirwaiz welcome bus service
    SRINAGAR, APRIL 7. The inaugural run of the Srinagar-Muzaffarabad bus evoked a mixed response from the separatist amalgam. The chairman of Tehreek-ul-Hurriyat, Syed Ali Shah Geelani, called it a symbolic exercise and said the "bus service is ...

    Crossing over into history
    KAMAN POST (LOC), APRIL 7.Khwaja Begum, a passenger on the inaugural Muzaffarabad-Srinagar bus, today became the first Pakistani to legally cross over into India through the Line of Control (LoC). Simultaneously, eighty-year-old Sher Bibi was ...

    Pakistan should fulfil assurances, says Advani
    NEW DELHI, APRIL 7. The Bharatiya Janata Party president, L.K. Advani, today expressed the hope that the Government would take appropriate steps to curb violence and tension in Jammu and Kashmir and that Pakistan would "fulfil assurances given to ...

    Enquiry shows bias in award of scholarships during NDA rule
    NEW DELHI, APRIL 7. A Human Resource Development Ministry enquiry has found a communal and regional bias in the award of scholarships and fellowships by the Indian Institute of Advanced Study and the Indian Council of Historical Research during ...

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