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Jaswant rules out early dialogue with Pakistan
NEW DELHI, JAN. 7. A day after an informal interaction between the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, and the Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf, at Kathmandu, India today ruled out an early dialogue with Pakistan. India's reluctance to ... More
Musharraf willing to address India's concerns
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 7. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, gave enough indications here tonight that he was willing to address the concerns of the international community and India on militancy in his country, when he declared unequivocally ... More
Takes RAF plane
NEW DELHI, JAN. 7. In a departure from normal practice, the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, and his wife Cherie chose to travel to Islamabad by a Royal Air Force (RAF) aircraft for ``security reasons'' and were accompanied by commandos. ... More
Uproot terrorism, Peres tells Pak.
NEW DELHI, JAN. 7. While taking note of Pakistan's recent crackdown on terrorist groups operating from its soil, the visiting Israeli Foreign Minister, Shimon Peres, today said the international community would be satisfied only when all forms of ... More
LTTE seeks India's help for talks with Colombo
TORONTO, JAN. 7. The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) wants the Government of India to help it conduct direct negotiations aimed at resolving the protracted ethnic conflict with the Sri Lankan Government of the Prime Minister, Ranil ... More
Sympathy for Osama
WASHINGTON, JAN. 7. The White House has not termed the crash of a small plane into an office building at Tampa in Florida a terrorist attack, but police officials said the youth who piloted the plane sympathised with Osama bin Laden. ``I'll ... More
Pak. pounds Indian positions
JAMMU, JAN. 7. Pakistani troops today pounded Indian positions with heavy rockets, mortar bombs and high explosive anti-tank (heat) shells in Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir, official sources said here. Pakistani field guns and ... More
Advani's security upgraded
NEW DELHI, JAN. 7. Following specific information from reliable sources _ who had tipped off an attack on the former Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, prior to her assassination in 1984 _ about an impending attempt on the Union Home Minister, L.K. ... More
Mosque gate burnt
JAIPUR, JAN. 7. A wooden gate of a mosque was today burnt by miscreants, setting off communal tension in a village in Rajasthan's Sikar district, the State's top police official said. Some unidentified persons threw a burning sack at the gate ... More
Blast at ordnance factory
JABALPUR, JAN. 7. A blast rocked the ordnance factory at Khamaria on the outskirts of the city tonight damaging some buildings but there was no casualty, a senior police official said. There was no one inside the factory when the explosion took ... More

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