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India wants concrete action
NEW DELHI, DEC.22. Keeping up the pressure on Pakistan, India today said that it was looking for ``concrete action'' by Islamabad against the leaders and activities of the two Pakistan-based outfits involved in last Thursday's attack on the ... More
Musharraf terms India's response `arrogant'
XI'AN, (China), DEC. 22. The Pakistan President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, today denounced what he called India's ``very arrogant and knee- jerk response'' to December 13 attack on Parliament. But, Pakistan would not respond in kind, he said. ``We ... More
U.S. asks Pak. to act against Jaish, Lashkar
WASHINGTON, DEC. 22. The United States has categorically asked Pakistan to take action against the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), the Lashkar-e- Taiba (LeT) and other terrorist organisations operating from Pakistan. ``The President calls on him to ... More
9 J&K policemen held for `cowardice'
BIJBEHARA, DEC. 22. It looked like another Chattisinghpora - where Sikhs were killed. A group of heavily-armed militants on Friday swooped down here and killed five women from the minority Sikh and Hindu communities. Five others, including a ... More
Karzai pledges to bring peace
KABUL, DEC. 22. The soft-spoken aristocrat, Mr. Hamid Karzai was today sworn in as leader of Afghanistan in the first peaceful handover of power in 28 years before tribal elders, U.N. delegates, diplomats and a top U.S. General gathered to ... More
WTO ruling against India
WASHINGTON, DEC. 22. The U.S. Trade Representative, Mr. Robert B. Zoellick, has announced that a dispute settlement panel of the World Trade Organisation has found that restrictions on U.S. companies manufacturing cars in India violate the WTO ... More
India well versed in art of war: PM
GWALIOR, DEC. 22. Asserting that India is well versed in the art of war, the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, tonight said though the country prays for peace, it will not hesitate to perform its duty during the crisis. ``People shall ... More
Suicide attacks suspended
JERUSALEM, DEC. 22. The militant Palestinian groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad said they had suspended suicide attacks against Israel until further notice, helping to ease mounting strains within the Palestinian Authority. The show of solidarity ... More
CPI(M) flays Joshi
NEW DELHI, DEC. 22. The Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader, Mr. Harkishen Singh Surjeet, has, in a letter, complained to the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, about the ``provocative actions and vituperative outbursts'' of his ... More
Ministries merged
NEW DELHI, DEC. 22. The Government today issued a notification merging the Ministries of Communication and Information Technology. The new Ministry is known as the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) and would comprise ... More

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