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Match gestures with actions, India tells Pakistan
KATHMANDU, JAN. 5. In a political spectacle at the opening session of a summit of the South Asian leaders here today, the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, sought a renewed engagement with India, but the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, ... More
Blair pledges `total solidarity' with India in fight against terrorism
BANGALORE, JAN. 5. The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, today declared ``total solidarity with India in its outrage against the terrorist attack on its Parliament'' and said there was ``no room in any civilised society for terrorist ... More
Pak. deports Taliban envoy
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 5. Pakistan has deported the former Taliban envoy to Islamabad, Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef, to Afghanistan after rejecting his representation for temporary political asylum. The Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson, Aziz Ahmed ... More
More arrests in Pak.
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 5. Continuing the crackdown on jehadi outfits and activists for the fourth consecutive day, the Pakistan Government is believed to have arrested dozens of cadres of some of the prominent militant outfits in different parts of the ... More
Laloo skips hearing
PATNA, JAN. 5. The Rashtriya Janata Dal chief, Laloo Prasad Yadav, could not be produced before a Special CBI Court here today in connection with the disproportionate assets case on health grounds. Authorities of Beur jail where Mr. Yadav is ... More
`Not a super power'
BANGALORE, JAN. 5. Exorcising the ghost of its imperial past, the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair today acknowledged that Britain was ``not a super power'' and the empire was ``long gone'' but said it could still be a ``pivotal force for ... More

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