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Monday, February 06, 2006
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India & World
Kashmir has a great future: Kalam
"Energy independence has to be the country's first priority"
`Vote will not affect ties with Iran'
LONDON: India's vote in favour of an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) resolution to report Iran's nuclear programme to the United Nation's Security Council will not affect it's relations with Teheran, India's Ambassador to the U.N. ...
Jaswant Singh puzzles observers
ISLAMABAD: Political observers here are intrigued over the decision of the senior BJP leader, Jaswant Singh, not to visit the Jinnah mausoleum though he has been in Pakistan for six days and in Karachi for over four days. The visit of Mr. ...
Involve northern areas in talks: Amanullah
MUZAFFARABAD: Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chief Amanullah Khan has said that Pakistan should demonstrate sincerity in resolving the Kashmir issue by including the northern areas of the State in the peace process. "Pakistan has to show ...
Pakistan to import Indian sugar
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has formally allowed import of 50,000 tonnes of sugar from India through the Wagah border, hoping it would bring down the spiralling prices in the domestic market. Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz has directed the Commerce ...
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