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G-8 informed of New Delhi viewpoint
NEW DELHI, DEC. 29. For the first time in recent weeks, India today said it was ready for talks with Pakistan provided Islamabad took ``credible and visible steps'' to curb terrorism directed against it from its soil. This was conveyed to the ... More
Pak. not to seek meeting
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 29. Pakistan today said it would respond positively to any indication from the Indian Government for a meeting between the Pakistan President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, and the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, on the ... More
'No addition to n-list'
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 29. Pakistan would supply a list of its nuclear facilities to India in the next few days as per the 1992 agreement between the two countries not to attack each other's nuclear installations and facilities, the Pakistan Foreign ... More
Indian TV channels banned
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 29. Pakistan today directed all cable TV operators in the country to stop relaying all Indian satellite TV channels and the Star group of satellite channels. An official statement said the step was taken on the ground that ... More
Bush speaks to PM, Musharraf
NEW DELHI, DEC. 29. Amid growing Indo-Pak. tensions, the U.S. President, Mr. George W. Bush, and the French President, Mr. Jacques Chirac, tonight spoke to the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, and discussed the latest situation in the ... More
It is up to world community to pressure Pak.: Vajpayee
NEW DELHI, DEC. 29. While reaffirming the country's resolve to use all the means and resources at its command to root out Pakistan- sponsored terrorism, the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, today put the onus on the world community to ... More
All-party meet today
NEW DELHI, DEC. 29. The Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, has convened a meeting of leaders of major political parties, including some NDA allies, here tomorrow to discuss the developing situation in the context of present India-Pakistan ... More
POTO to be repromulgated with changes
NEW DELHI, DEC. 29. The Union Cabinet today decided to repromulgate the Prevention of Terrorism Ordinance (POTO) with certain amendments aimed at addressing the criticism aired by the media and political parties against the original Ordinance. ... More
A unique Army exercise
SOMEWHERE ON THE WESTERN SECTOR, DEC. 29. The Army is preparing to conduct its ``biggest'' exercise in 15 years in the Rajasthan desert and the plains of Punjab to evaluate its defence capability in the event of a nuclear attack by ... More
New Naval Chief
New Delhi, Dec. 29: Admiral Madhvendra Singh, India's western naval fleet commander during the 1999 Kargil conflict, today took over as the new naval chief succeeding Admiral Sushil Kumar, who was given the top job after the ... More
'Osama not in Pak.'
LONDON, DEC. 29. The Pakistan military spokesperson, Maj. Gen. Rashid Qureshi, said again today that there was no reason to believe that the terrorist mastermind, Osama bin Laden, was in Pakistan as reported by an Afghan official the day ... More
Blast toll 18
JAISALMER, DEC. 29. The toll in the blast during training exercises on the Indo-Pakistan border has gone up to 18, official reports reaching Jaisalmer district headquarters said today. The mishap occurred on Friday on the border between ... More
US-64 NAV Rs. 5.94 per unit
MUMBAI, DEC. 29. Contrary to investor expectations, the Unit Trust of India today said the Net Asset Value (NAV) per unit (Rs. 10) for its flagship scheme US 64 was Rs. 5.94. According to a UTI release, the NAV as of Friday was without taking ... More

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