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Bound by NDA agenda on Ayodhya till 2004: BJP
NEW DELHI, JAN. 31. The Bharatiya Janata Party has made it absolutely clear that its stand on the Ram temple issue is the same as that of the Government even as it left the question wide open for the future, not ruling out the possibility of the ... More
Court verdict will be of no importance: VHP
NEW DELHI, JAN. 31. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad today quoted chapter and verse from the Supreme Court judgment of October 1994 to buttress its case for transfer of the acquired land in Ayodhya to the trust controlled by it. At the same time, it ... More
Ready for talks at Munich: Pak.
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 31. Pakistan has reiterated its offer of talks with India at any time, anywhere and said if there was inclination on the part of India, the Pakistan Foreign Minister, Abdul Sattar, would have no objection meeting the Indian ... More
'Allow LTTE-Colombo talks in India'
CHENNAI, JAN. 31. With the Tamil Nadu Government stoutly opposing any move to allow the outlawed LTTE to hold peace talks with the Sri Lankan Government in Chennai, the pro-LTTE groups in the State rallied together here to urge India to assist ... More
Fiscal situation grim
NEW DELHI, JAN. 31. With less than a month to go for the general budget, the shape of Government finances continues to be precarious. There has been a sharp increase in the Central Government's non-Plan expenditure during December 2001. This has ... More
`Indian link in U.S. scribe kidnap'
ISLAMABA6D, JAN. 31. Pakistan today alleged that there was an Indian link to the kidnapping of the Wall Street Journal, reporter, Daniel Pearl, and it was investigating the angle whether it was stage-managed to defame the country. The group ... More
Charge ridiculous: India
NEW DELHI, JAN. 31. India today dismissed Pakistan's allegation linking it with the kidnapping of the American journalist, Daniel Pearl. ``(This is) just one more unfortunate instance of the imagination of the Pakistani military spokesman ... More
Ban on cricket telecast
MEERUT, JAN. 31. Telecast of cricket matches involving Pakistan has been banned in Meerut district from today. The Additional District Magistrate, J. P. Singh, said action would be taken against cable operators defying the ban imposed to maintain ... More
Toll up in Kolkata attack
KOLKATA, JAN. 31. The toll in the terror attack on the American Center here went up to five today with another policeman dying due to injuries, while a Delhi police team arrived in the city to examine Jamaluddin Nasir arrested for giving back-up ... More
2 militants lay down arms
SRINAGAR, JAN. 31. Two militants of the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad outfit surrendered before the security forces at Tral in Pulwama district last night.

They also surrendered arms and ammunition.

- PTI

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Blast in bus kills 2
HOSHIARPUR, JAN. 31. A woman and a child were killed and 11 injured in an explosion on a Punjab roadways bus in Satnaur village today. The bus was going to Chandigarh from here. Police suspect terrorists' hand in the incident. - ... More
Insat 3C in orbit
BANGALORE, JAN. 31. Communication satellite Insat 3C has been manoeuvred into the geostationary orbit by scientists at the master control facility of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) at Hassan. The satellite, launched on January ... More
3 killed in J&K blast
JAMMU, JAN. 31. At least three people were killed and six others seriously injured when a powerful bomb blast took place in bus stand in Reasi town of Udhampur district. Senior police officers have rushed to the spot. Arrangements are being ... More
Man missing from hotel
NEW DELHI, JAN. 31. Security agencies in Patna are baffled by the sudden disappearance of a man from a hotel, who had given a false address and taken away the remote control of the television besides the timer device of the electronic ... More

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