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 'Cordial, constructive' talks on day one at Agra
After a day of intensive talks at the highest political level, India and Pakistan appeared poised tonight to bury the recent bitterness over the Kargil war and renew a wide- ranging engagement that would address all outstanding issues in bilateral relations.

Sushma remarks cause a flutter
The reported briefing by the Information and Broadcasting Minister, Ms. Sushma Swaraj, at Agra on the one-on- one meeting between the Pakistan President Gen. Pervez Musharraf and the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, has triggered a furious reaction on the Pakistani Television (PTV).

Casuals all the way
The Vajpayee-Musharraf summit was held in a `casual' atmosphere, at least in terms of the attires of the two delegations, especially that worn by the Pakistan President.

Scheme to bail out US-64 investors
The Unit Trust of India (UTI) today announced measures to bail out small investors holding up to 3000 units in its flagship scheme Unit Scheme-64 (US-64). It has also decided to make the scheme Net Asset Value(NAV)-based from January 1, 2002.

Missile intercepted in successful test
In what is seen as a major boost to the President, Mr. George W. Bush's plan for a National Missile Defence (NMD) system, the Pentagon announced that the first of a ``hit-to- kill'' technology of the Republican administration had its success over the Pacific.

Tremors in Gujarat
An earthquake of medium intensity was felt in many parts of Gujarat this morning.

Inflation rate rises
The annual inflation rate, after a three-week fall, was up 0.13 percentage points to 5.16 per cent for the week ended June 30 even as fuel products remained firm for the last 15 weeks.


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