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    Hurriyat leaders pledge to work as bridge between India, Pakistan
    Journey to PoK a "first step" towards resolution of the Kashmir issue

    Heavy security for Hurriyat convoy
    SRINAGAR: Unprecedented security arrangements were in place for an incident free-journey for a delegation of separatist leaders from here to the Kaman Post, the last point on the Line of Control (LoC) on this side. A huge procession comprising ...

    Dalai Lama honours Anupam Kher
    MUMBAI: Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama today presented an award to film actor and the former Censor Board chairman, Anupam Kher, at Macleodganj in Himachal Pradesh for his significant contribution to society. The award instituted by ...

    Forest versus people: snatching livelihoods?
    About 1,500 fisherfolk will lose their livelihood, if the M.P. Government enforces a ban on fishing

    India has 21.9 million disabled
    The number of people afflicted is increasing across all age groups

    Baglihar dam issue: World Bank's expert to hold meet in Paris on June 9 and 10
    Kishanganga power project talks called off abruptly; Pakistan delegation leaves

    Chandrika urged to make public massacre report
    NEW DELHI: The Asian Centre for Human Rights has appealed to Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga to make public the report on the Bindunuwewa massacre in which 28 Tamils in the protective custody of the State were killed. In its report ...

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