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India hints at giving more time to Pakistan
KATHMANDU, JAN. 3. As the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, arrived here to attend the summit of the South Asian leaders beginning tomorrow, India appeared to open a wee bit of diplomatic space for the de- escalation of the current tensions ... More
Going to Nepal with open mind: Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 3. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, said here today that he was visiting Nepal with an open mind and looked forward to opportunities at the SAARC meeting. ``I am going with an open mind to contribute my maximum to the ... More
`Military option if diplomacy fails'
NEW YORK, JAN. 3. India would like to wait for the outcome of various diplomatic efforts to make Pakistan take action against the terrorist groups which were behind the attack on Parliament, but would not rule out the military option if this ... More
No proposal to meet Musharraf, says Vajpayee
LUCKNOW, JAN. 3. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, said today that he had no proposal to meet the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, and that he did not feel that a war was inevitable with Pakistan in its fight against terrorism. If ... More
Put Ram temple issue on hold, PM tells Hindu outfits
LUCKNOW, JAN. 3. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today asked various Hindu organisations to place on the backburner all contentious issues, including the Ram temple. Terrorism had emerged as the most important issue before the ... More
Lashkar threat to U.P. leaders
LUCKNOW, JAN. 3. Pakistan-based terrorist outfit, Lashkar-e-Taiba, has threatened to kill the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Rajnath Singh, the Samajwadi Party chief, Mulayam Singh Yadav, and the BSP leader, Mayawati, blow up the Taj Mahal and ... More
Zaeef taken away
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 3. The former Taliban Ambassador to Pakistan, Abdul Salam Zaeef, was taken from his residence here today for questioning by Pakistani security officials, his family said. ``People, believed to be from the Intelligence ... More
Quake in north India, Pak.
NEW DELHI, JAN. 3. An earthquake measuring 6.3 on the Richter scale rocked several parts of north India but there was no report of any casualty or damage to property.The quake, which had its epicentre 150 km northeast of Kabul in the Hindukush ... More
Mullah Omar to be handed over
KABUL, JAN. 3. Supporters of the Taliban leader, Mullah Mohammad Omar, have agreed to hand him over to Afghan authorities if the U.S. bombing campaign is halted, an Intelligence source said today.

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