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PM wants to give peace another chance: Mahajan
For the first time today, the entire Union Cabinet heard from the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, the rationale behind the invitation to the Pakistan's Chief Executive, General Pervez Musharraf.

Musharraf to discuss cricket relations
Besides Kashmir, Pakistan's military ruler, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, will take up the deteriorating cricket relations between India and Pakistan during his visit to New Delhi, Pakistan's Sports Minister, Mr. S.K. Tressler, said here.

 Pant keeps his date with G. M. Shah
The Centre's interlocutor on Kashmir, Mr. K.C. Pant, today visited Kargil and also kept his date with the Awami National Conference president and former Chief Minister, Mr. G.M. Shah.

India to fine-tune n-delivery systems
India today said it would fine-tune its nuclear delivery systems and cited China's larger arsenal as well as its help to Pakistan for developing atomic weapons.

Militants granted safe passage
Security forces surrounding the Kharwar area in South Kashmir today quietly lifted the cordon around a mosque in which four militants of the pan-Islamic Lashkar-e-Taiba had taken shelter, facilitating a safe passage for the ultras.

Emblem on portals illegal
The Government today declared use of its emblem and name of a Central Ministry by private websites as illegal. The move follows launch of a website by a company, India Informatic Infotech, www.surfacetran

Muivah in hospital
The leader of the dominant Naga faction, NSCN(I- M), Mr. T. Muivah, was admitted to a local hospital over the weekend after he complained of chest pain, necessitating postponement of his trial in a court here today to June 28.

Inflation rate falls
The rate of inflation, based upon the consumer price index for industrial workers has fallen by 0.25 per cent.


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