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Pak. presence not must in initial talks: Sattar
The Pakistan Foreign Minister, Mr. Abdul Sattar, has indicated that Pakistan would not insist on its involvement in talks on Kashmir at the initial stage itself.

 Anand, world champion
Grandmaster Viswanathan Anand today became world champion defeating Spain's Alexei Shirov 3.5-0.5 in the fourth of the six-game world chess championship final here.

Army, police still groping in the dark
The Delhi police and the Army have not been able to make a breakthrough in the Red Fort case and remain largely clueless about the identity and the whereabouts of the two militants who had stormed the historic monument on Friday night and gunned down three persons.

 Visitors gape at Red Fort in disbelief
Built by Shah Jahan, the Red Fort until last week attracted visitors for its architectural beauty. Today, people gape at it for different reasons.

Hurriyat denies being a mediator
The Hurriyat Conference today denied playing any ``mediatory role'' between India and Pakistan in resolving the Kashmir issue but said it wants to apply the ``keys with a purpose of unlocking the doors of goodwill and understanding.''

Dispute closer to settlement: POK PM
Settlement of the Kashmir problem is round the corner as ground realities on both sides of the border have changed and the current Pakistani regime is more inclined for talks on the issue than any previous Government, the Prime Minister of Pak.-occupied Kashmir has said.


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