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More unilateral Indian gestures on the way
Despite mixed signals from across the border, India is determined to sustain a positive approach to the impending talks with Pakistan, well-placed sources in the Government said here today.

Pak. Commerce Minister may be left out
It is more or less clear now that the Pakistani President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, will travel to New Delhi next week with a single point agenda - Kashmir.

DGMO for Pak. 'early next week'
The Director-General of Military Operations (DGMO), Lt. General G.S Sihota, would leave for Islamabad ``early next week to discuss with his counterpart, ways to ease military tensions along the Line of Control and the Siachen area,'' an Army spokesman said here today.

Clarify stance on summit, Govt. told
The mood of despondency and pessimism that seems to have set in ahead of the India-Pakistan summit dialogue next week has led several political parties, especially the Opposition, to ask the Government for clarity in its approach to the summit.

Centre to review Naga ceasefire
After a stormy all-party meeting here today, the Centre announced that it would review the ceasefire agreement with the Naga militant group, NSCN(I-M), and the process would be completed before the end of this month.

Pak. harps on 'centrality of Kashmir'
With six days left for the Indo-Pak. summit at Agra, the military establishment here continues to harp on the theme ``centrality of Kashmir'' to improvement in ties between the two countries.

No visa for Altaf Hussain
The chief of the Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) of Pakistan, Mr. Altaf Hussian, has not applied for a visa to visit India, according to knowledgeable sources. ``We will not grant him the visa, even if an application were made,'' a senior official said, reacting to reports that the MQM leader could be visiting India ``soon''.

Musharraf convenes NSC meeting
Pakistan's military ruler and President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, has convened a meeting of the newly- reconstituted National Security Council (NSC) on July 11 to discuss his scheduled summit meeting with the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, in Agra on July 15 and 16.

Pak. unaware of DGMO visit?
Pakistan today said it was unaware of India's proposal to send its Director-General of Military Operations, Lt. Gen. G. S. Sihota, and defence and foreign affairs experts to Islamabad to establish peace along the Line of Control.

Onus of summit success on both of us: Musharraf
The Pakistan President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, has said the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, and he will be equally responsible for the success of the July 15 summit.

 Venus Williams sails past Henin for second title
Small is beautiful - even on a grass court. But, then, it takes more than beautiful tennis to win a championship match on the famous lawns of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, as a waif-like Belgian called Justine Henin found out in the Wimbledon championships this afternoon.


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