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 LCP splits, Agrawal expelled
The dismissed Uttar Pradesh Minister for Energy, Mr. Naresh Agrawal, was today left in the lurch by all but one of his party MLAs who formed their own group and decided to continue their support to the Rajnath Singh Government.

Pak. ready for talks on 'cross-border terrorism'
The Pakistan Foreign Secretary, Mr. Inam ul- Haq, has said that Pakistan is ready to discuss the issue of ``cross border terrorism'' with India.

Next summit likely by year-end
The Foreign Secretary, Ms. Chokila Iyer, today indicated that the next Indo-Pak summit would be held by the end of this year or early next year and that both sides ``agreed that the dialogue process must continue''.

BJP confident Rajnath Govt. will continue
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) today exuded confidence over the continuation of the Rajnath Singh Government in Uttar Pradesh after he dismissed the State Energy Minister and chief of the Loktantrik Congress Party, Mr. Naresh Agrawal.

Woman 'fidayeen' squad in Delhi?
The Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, the Union Home Minister, Mr. L.K. Advani, and another senior Cabinet Minister are on the ``hit-list'' of Pakistan-backed terrorist squads which have been despatched to Delhi to disrupt Independence Day celebrations.

'No link with ex-UTI chief'
The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Ms. Jayalalithaa, has denied any connection with the UTI scam and said there was no nexus between her and the former UTI chief, Mr. P.S. Subramanyam.

Ketan plea to try case in Mumbai rejected
The stock broker, Mr. Ketan Parekh, who was arrested in Mumbai on Friday in connection with the Madhavpura Mercantile Co-operative Bank (MMCB) case, was remanded to seven days' CBI custody by a court here today.


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