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Chance of meeting Musharraf in Kathmandu: PM
New Delhi, Nov. 24. The Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, today hinted at the possibility of a meeting with the Pakistan President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, during the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation summit in Kathmandu, in January 2002.

Ready to discuss all issues: Musharraf
Islamabad, Nov. 24. The Pakistan President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, said today while he was ready for talks with India on all issues, the focus should be on Kashmir.

U.S. to help India in border management
New Delhi, Nov. 24. The United States has offered to assist India in countering the infiltration of terrorists from across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir and improving India's border management, it is reliably learnt here.

Mass surrenders in Kunduz
Bangi, (Afghanistan), Nov. 24. In a sign of weakening Taliban hold on the northern stronghold of Kunduz, nearly 2,000 militia fighters today surrendered with their weapons to the Northern Alliance after facing relentless U.S. bombings.

PM defends textbook deletions
New Delhi, Nov. 24. Commenting on the recent deletions in history textbooks, prepared for the schools by the National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT), the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, today voiced his support for the move, saying ``one-sided history'' should be changed even as the major Opposition parties continued their protest on the issue.

Maoists strike across Nepal
Kathmandu, Nov. 24. Ending a four-month ceasefire, Maoist guerrillas struck in a big way carrying out a series of attacks across Nepal killing 37 army personnel and policemen, looting banks and houses of ministers and blasting government buildings, the Government said today.

Tremor in Bhuj
Ahmedabad, Nov. 24. The Bhuj region of Gujarat was rattled by a tremor of slight intensity this morning. There was no report of loss of life or damage to property. The place had been devastated by a major earthquake in January.


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