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 Pak. moves more troops along Indian border
New Delhi, Nov. 1. India today claimed that Pakistan had moved additional troops to areas facing Akhnoor in Jammu and Kashmir and Ganganagar in the Rajasthan sectors.

It's blame game, says Pak.
Islamabad, Nov. 1 Pakistan today described Indian allegations about movement of additional troops by Islamabad as a `belated attempt to put the blame' for raising tension on the Line of Control (LoC).

Vajpayee set to meet Musharraf in Kathmandu
New Delhi, Nov. 1. The Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, may not want to see the Pakistan President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, in New York later this month, but the two leaders are all set to meet at a forum of the South Asian leaders in Nepal in early January.

 U.S. citizens arrested: Taliban
Islamabad, Nov. 1. The Taliban Ambassador to Pakistan today claimed that the militia has arrested some U.S. citizens and investigations against them were in progress.

Verdict reserved in TANSI cases
Chennai, Nov. 1. The judgment in the `TANSI land deals cases', on which hinges the former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Ms. Jayalalithaa's political prospects, was reserved in the Madras High Court today. After hearing arguments for 18 days since October 1, Mr. Justice N. Dinakar reserved the orders in the cases, in which Ms. Jayalalithaa and her close friend, Ms. Sasikalaa, are the main accused.

Krishan Kant faints in temple
Kurnool, Nov. 1. The Vice-President, Mr. Krishan Kant, fainted in the Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy temple at Srisailam on Thursday after ``Rudrahomam''. His personal physician attended on him before a panel of waiting doctors provided medical help.

Microsoft strikes deal
Washington, Nov. 1. Lawyers representing the U.S. Govt. and Microsoft have reached a tentative settlement of the anti-trust case against the software giant. The settlement would give computer makers greater freedom to include rival software in the PCs they sell.

Plane diverted
Detroit, Nov. 1. A Northwest Airlines passenger jet, escorted by two U.S. military fighter jets, was diverted to Detroit's metro airport today after the pilot reported a security problem aboard the aircraft.


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