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Bush expects Musharraf to take all steps against terrorism
WASHINGTON, JAN. 10. The U.S. President, George Bush has told the Union Home Minister, L.K. Advani, that he expected Pakistan and its President, Pervez Musharraf to take ``all necessary steps'' in fighting terrorism. Mr. Bush ``dropped by'' at ... More
India wants unambiguous rejection of `jehad'
NEW DELHI, JAN. 10. As the Pakistan President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, prepares for what has been billed as a historic speech to be delivered this weekend, India expects an unambiguous rejection of ``jehad'' and terrorism as instruments of ... More
Cong. pulls out of delegations
NEW DELHI JAN. 10. Upset over the unilateral announcement of the composition of diplomatic delegations being sent abroad to explain India's case, vis-a-vis, crossborder terrorism, the Congress has decided to pull out. The party is unhappy that ... More
Room for additional work by Pak.: Powell
WASHINGTON, JAN. 10. The United States has urged India to find a diplomatic way out of the current tension in the subcontinent, even as it said the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has taken a number of steps towards de-escalation but there ... More
Deadline expires
NEW DELHI, JAN. 10. While the January 10 deadline set by the External Affairs Ministry for the Pakistan High Commission to receive the bodies of the five terrorists killed in the Parliament complex on December 13 lapsed today, the Delhi police ... More
Pak. to look into Jaish, Lashkar accounts
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 10. Pakistan today announced it would advise the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) to look into the accounts of the two outfits which were frozen by the United States for their alleged terrorist links. The Pakistan Foreign Office ... More
SAF games put off
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 10. For the second time in three months, the 9th South Asian Federation (SAF) games, scheduled to be held here in March, have been postponed due to the prevailing tension with India. The games, which were scheduled to be held ... More
Election upheld
NEW DELHI, JAN. 10. A petition challenging the election of Mr. Kamal Nath, Congress leader, to the Lok Sabha from Chhindwara constituency (Madhya Pradesh) in 1998, is ``not maintainable'', a Bench of the Supreme Court has ruled. The Bench had ... More
Gujarat rocked
AHMEDABAD, JAN. 10. An earthquake of moderate intensity today rocked Gujarat's Kutch and Surendranagar districts, which were devastated by a powerful earthquake in January last year. However, there was no report of any casualties. - ... More
Criminal probe into Enron
WASHINGTON, JAN. 10. U.S. Justice Department has begun a criminal investigation into Enron Corporation to find out whether the company defrauded investors by deliberately concealing crucial information about its finances. The department has ... More

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