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U.S. may ask India to reciprocate Pak. steps
WASHINGTON, JAN. 9. Even as the Union Home Minister, L.K. Advani, has arrived here to begin discussions with senior U.S. Administration officials, the U.S. State Department spokesman, Richard Boucher, announced that the Secretary of State, Colin ... More
Musharraf forms panel on Kashmir
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 9. In a signal that henceforth Islamabad's support to Kashmir would focus on ``moral, diplomatic and political'' elements, the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, tonight announced constitution of a ``National Kashmir ... More
Troops may not be pulled back soon
NEW DELHI, JAN. 9. India is unlikely to pull back its forces from the International Border (IB) and the Line of Control (LoC) soon. According to highly-placed Government sources, New Delhi, after the attack on Parliament is determined to deal ... More
Petro products may bear the brunt
NEW DELHI, JAN. 9. With the Government's move to arm itself with additional powers to increase excise duty attracting political criticism, there is some reconsideration in the Finance Ministry about the items where the higher duty could be ... More
Cong., Left slam Govt. on ordinance
NEW DELHI, JAN. 9. The Opposition parties today criticised the Government's decision to issue an ordinance permitting an increase in excise duty. The Congress termed it a ``violation of the Constitution and all Parliamentary norms'' and said ... More
T.N. to urge Centre not to concede LTTE plea
CHENNAI, JAN. 9. The Tamil Nadu Government would urge the Centre not to concede the LTTE's plea for using either Chennai or any other part of the State as a venue for its peace negotiations with the Sri Lankan Government, the Chief Minister, O. ... More
Intrusion by Pak. UAV
JAMMU, JAN. 9. A Pakistani Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) today intruded into Indian territory in Arnia area of Ramgargh sub-sector but managed to fly back despite heavy gunfire from Indian troops. Official sources told The Hindu that the ... More
Mosque siege
SRINAGAR, JAN. 9. A Hizb-ul-Mujahideen militant holed up in a mosque was killed and another surrendered after being injured in a gun battle with security forces who ended a six-hour siege of the shrine at Bamrada village in Baramulla district of ... More
E.C. official to visit T.N.
NEW DELHI, JAN. 9. Taking note of complaints of inclusion of ``bogus voters'' in three Assembly constituencies going to polls next month in Tamil Nadu, the Election Commission is deputing an official to inquire into the charges. The official ... More

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