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Two Pakistanis involved in Kolkata attack killed
NEW DELHI, JAN. 28. Nearly a week after the shooting outside the American Center in Kolkata, in which four policemen were killed and 20 people injured, the Centre today claimed that a Pakistan- inspired terrorist module has been smashed in ... More
Govt. appeasing VHP, says Opposition
NEW DELHI, JAN 28. Opposition parties today accused the Government of ``appeasing'' the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) by referring to the Law Ministry the question of handing over the land acquired by the Centre in Ayodhya to a VHP-run trust. They ... More
Jaitley studying legal aspects
NEW DELHI, JAN. 28. Within a day after the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, told the VHP leaders that their demand for handing over the land around the disputed structure in Ayodhya to the Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas for construction of a Ram ... More
Jharkhand Governor on his way out
NEW DELHI, JAN. 28. The Governor of Jharkhand, Prabhat Kumar, is likely to leave the Ranchi Raj Bhavan on January 31, consequent to allegations that he accepted the hospitality of a tainted businessman when he was the Cabinet Secretary. Mr. ... More
Farooq ready to move to Delhi
JAMMU, JAN. 28. The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Farooq Abdullah, will not seek re-election on the slogan of autonomy but on the achievements of his Government. Dr. Abdullah also declared that he would contest the next Assembly election, ... More
Harsh Bhasin next envoy to Pakistan?
NEW DELHI, JAN. 28. A senior member of the Indian Foreign Service, Harsh Kumar Bhasin is tipped to be the next Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan. The current envoy, Vijay Nambiar, is slated to take over as India's Permanent Representative ... More
Future talks to involve PoK handover: PM
RAIPUR, JAN. 28. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today said Pakistan had begun denouncing terrorism, but ruled out any negotiations until it completely stopped cross-border terrorism. He told reporters here that the recent statements ... More
Hurriyat to form poll panel
JAMMU, JAN. 28. The All-Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) today took a surprising decision of ``holding elections in Jammu and Kashmir to elect the real representatives of people for holding trilateral talks on Kashmir''. The ``Election ... More
Cauvery tribunal arguments
NEW DELHI, JAN. 28. The final arguments before the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal will begin here tomorrow and counsel for Tamil Nadu will commence his arguments first. The tribunal, headed by Justice N.P. Singh, had passed an interim order in ... More
Nine injured in grenade attack
SRINAGAR, JAN. 28. Seven policemen were among nine persons injured in a grenade attack by militants at Khanyar in Srinagar today, police said. The ultras hurled the grenade targetting the policemen.

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Plane with 92 missing
QUITO (Ecuador), JAN. 28. An Ecuadorean plane with 92 people on board was declared missing today after it lost contact with air traffic control on its way to the northern city of Tulcan, aviation authorities said. The Boeing 720-100 took off ... More

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