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 Stable Govt. needed to tackle challenges: PM
New Delhi, Oct. 21. ``A stable government is needed to tackle internal and external challenges for the welfare of the people and we are marching ahead with our partners,'' the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, said here today. He was speaking at a special session of the BJP's national council to mark its golden jubilee.

 Give us time: Armitage
Washington, Oct. 21. Reaffirming the commitment to simultaneously improve relations with both New Delhi and Islamabad, the United States expressed the hope that India would give it the time to prove the credibility of the American policy in the region.

 Terrorism: APEC for U.N. role
Shanghai, Oct. 21. Reflecting the concerns of countries such as China, Russia and Indonesia, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) today called for a `major' United Nations' role in combating terrorism.

Fresh fury of airstrikes
Washington, Oct. 21. Even while disclosing very little on the operations of the elite commandos on the ground in Afghanistan, the U.S. Defence Department has said that the first of the raids has been a success. And Washington is unleashing its air power in a manner that was witnessed in the first three days of the strikes.

Attack on Coca Cola plant
Vijayawada, Oct. 21. Armed naxalites of the People's War Group today blasted some units of the Coca Cola bottling plant at Atmakur in Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh in protest against the U.S. attack on Afghanistan.

 India wins hockey title
Hobart, Oct. 21. Powered by Deepak Thakur's hat-trick, the Indian colts achieved what their seniors could not by thrashing Argentina 6-1 in the final of the world junior hockey championship here today.

J.B. Patnaik to get into AICC
New Delhi, Oct. 21. The former Orissa Chief Minister, Mr. J.B. Patnaik, who resigned as the Pradesh Congress Committee chief on Saturday night, will be accommodated in the AICC dispensation at the centre.


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