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 Centre to review Naga ceasefire issues: Advani
The Centre will review the issues arising out of the ongoing ceasefire with the NSCN(I-M) which was extended on June 14 beyond Nagaland ``without territorial limits'' in the nort-heastern region.

 Toll mounts to 52, rescue work called off
The toll in the accident involving the Mangalore- Chennai Mail has shot up to 52, making it one of the most gruesome in the history of the Railways. Unofficial sources put the toll at 60.

 Train accident inquiry to begin tomorrow
The Commissioner of Railway Safety, Mr. P.K. Sen, will conduct the inquiry into the cause of Friday's train accident, on June 25 and June 26 at Kozhikode.

Omar Abdullah escapes another bid on life
The Union Minister of State for Commerce, Mr. Omar Abdullah, a Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Mr. Mushtaq Lone, and Mr. Shariefuddin Shariq, MP, escaped an attempt on their lives when militants fired rifle grenades at the helicopter in which they were flying to Sogam village of Kupwara district today.

Musharraf to hold all-party meet on summit
The Pakistan President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, has invited representatives of political and religious parties for a meeting here on June 27 for consultations on his coming visit to New Delhi for a summit meeting with the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee.

Sonia leaves for U.S.
The Congress president, Ms. Sonia Gandhi, left today for a week-long visit to Iceland and the U.S.

50 drown in boat tragedy
More than 50 people were feared drowned when a boat capsized midstream in the Ganges near Eksatichar in West Bengal's Malda district today, official sources said.


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