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Hurriyat to suspend strikes
The All-Party Hurriyat Conference (APHC) today decided to temporarily suspend its general strike programme against ``state terrorism'' in view of the coming India-Pakistan summit. It has also decided not to support the strike call given by Kashmir Bar Association against the grenade attack at Charar-e-Sharief.

CBI case against 3 DD officials
The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered a case against three Doordarshan officials and one Prasar Bharati official besides the proprietor of a private company and two others for fraudulently awarding commercial/marketing rights of Sunday feature films telecast from the DD's Kolkata centre and thus causing loss of crores to the Government.

Nepal probe panel given extension
The high-level committee, probing the June 1 killing of Nepal's King Birendra and several other royal family members was today given a four-day extension to gather more evidence, palace sources said.

Autonomy not our idea, says Pak.
Pakistan has said that the reports in a section of the U.S. press about Gen. Musharraf discussing the possibility of greater autonomy to Kashmir during the coming Indo-Pak summit could be an idea floated by the U.S. administration.

Lessons for Vajpayee, Musharraf from Europe
As India and Pakistan prepare for another encounter at the highest political level, the security establishments on both sides of the border may neither have the time nor the inclination to reflect on negotiating experience among adversaries elsewhere in the world.

'Dipendra rampage fuelled by cocaine'
The Nepalese crown Prince, Prince Dipendra, gunned down his family after binging on cocaine and whisky following an ultimatum from his father to choose between the throne and the woman he loved, media reports said here today.


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