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 T.N. Governor resigns before recall
Giving in to the collective mood within the National Democratic Alliance to assert the Centre's authority vis-a-vis an unheeding Tamil Nadu Government, the Union Cabinet on Sunday recommended to the President, Mr. K. R. Narayanan, that he withdraw his pleasure from the Tamil Nadu Governor, Ms. Fathima Beevi.

Musharraf not to meet Hurriyat leaders
Pakistan has no intention of inviting leaders of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) for a formal or informal interaction with the Pakistan President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, during his visit to India between July 14 to 16.

Central team meets Fathima Beevi
A three-member team of Union Home Ministry officials today met the Tamil Nadu Governor, Ms. Fathima Beevi, and sought details of the incidents relating to the arrest of the former Chief Minister, Mr. M. Karunanidhi, and the two Union Ministers, Mr. Murasoli Maran and Mr. T.R. Baalu.

I don't want to beg for parole: Karunanidhi
``I do not want to beg for parole,'' the DMK president and former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Mr. M. Karunanidhi, now in the Central Prison here, said in the wake of a bereavement in his family, according to sources in the family.

Cong., Left slam recall decision
The Centre's decision to recall the Tamil Nadu Governor, Ms. Fathima Beevi, has evoked a sharp reaction from the opposition parties. Predictably, the sharpest reactions came from the Congress and the Left.

President's rule if T.N. does not abide by directives: Advani
The resort to Article 355 of the Constitution is unavoidable for the Central Government as it tries to handle the fallout of the developments in Tamil Nadu, the Union Home Minister Mr. L. K. Advani, said here today.

Experts differ on decision to recall T.N. Governor
Constitutional experts were divided in their opinion over the Centre's decision to recall the Tamil Nadu Governor, Ms. Fathima Beevi. While most of them said today that the move was unconstitutional and against norms of propriety, a former law officer differed.

India, U.S., support peacekeeping missions
The second meeting of the joint working group (JWG) on United Nations Peacekeeping Operations ended here with both the U.S. and India expressing satisfaction at the progress made since the first meeting on closer consultations on peacekeeping issues.

Kashmir issue cannot be solved overnight: Musharraf
With two weeks to go for the summit meet between the Pakistan President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, and the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, the broad contours of the agenda for their interaction has begun to emerge.


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