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THE HINDU wishes its readers
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR

Pak. arrests a step forward: Jaswant
NEW DELHI, DEC. 31. After days of rising tensions with Pakistan, India today extended a guarded-welcome to the reported arrest of the chiefs of the two organisations suspected to have masterminded the December 13 attack on the Parliament House. ... More
A positive signal: Islamabad
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 31. Islamabad today welcomed reports from New Delhi of a possible meeting between the Foreign Ministers of the two countries in Kathmandu on the sidelines of the coming SAARC summit. The indication came from the Foreign Office ... More
Former Lashkar chief arrested
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 31. Reeling under international pressure, the Indian diplomatic offensive and military moves, Pakistan today announced that it had arrested the chief of the parent body of the Lashkar- e-Taiba, Prof. Hafeez Mohammad Saeed. The ... More
PM extends a `hand of alliance' to Pak.
NEW DELHI, DEC. 31. The Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, has extended a ``hand of alliance'' to the Pakistan leadership if it has sincerely joined the international community in its war against terrorism. If Pakistan has made a sincere ... More
Musharraf to avoid Indian airspace
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 31. The Pakistan President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, has decided not to avail himself of India's offer to let his aircraft use the Indian airspace to reach Kathmandu for the SAARC summit scheduled for January 4 to 6 and is expected ... More
Harshad dead
MUMBAI, DEC. 31. ``Big Bull'' Harshad S. Mehta, who hit the headlines in 1992 in the wake of the multi-crore securities scam, died at the Thane civil hospital last night following a heart attack. He was 47. He is survived by his wife and two ... More
Aamir Khan's new year gift
KABUL, DEC. 31. The Bollywood actor Mr. Aamir Khan, has given a new year's gift to the battle-weary people of Afghanistan - a print of his latest blockbuster, `Lagaan', being presented to the interim President, Mr. Hamid Karzai here. The print ... More
Knighthood for Mark Tully
LONDON, DEC. 31. Calcutta-born Mr. Mark Tully, who reported India with great understanding and depth for several years as BBC's South Asia correspondent, has been conferred Knighthood by the Queen of England. - ... More

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