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We will never compromise on LoC: PM
PATNA, FEB. 3. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today said the issue of return of Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) would top the agenda of any talks with Islamabad, but it would not be a precondition for talks. Talking to mediapersons ... More
Open up markets, Sinha tells rich nations
NEW YORK, FEB. 3. The Union Finance Minister, Yashwant Sinha, has said that the restrictive practices of the developed world are preventing Indian steel-makers from taking advantage of the global market. Addressing a press conference at the ... More
India, Russia ask Pak. to crack down on terrorism
NEW DELHI, FEB. 3. In a clear expression of support for India, Russia today said that cross-border terrorism from Pakistan must cease, and that the Indo-Pak. dialogue could resume only after Islamabad took ``irreversible'' steps to stop ... More
Militants holed up in mosque
JAMMU, FEB. 3. Two militants, believed to be foreigners, are holed up in a mosque in Ambarpora village, near Sopore, after security forces cordoned off the village on Sunday. Police sources said that on specific information, 22 Rashtriya Rifles ... More
New team to trace Daniel Pearl
ISLAMABAD, FEB. 3. Ten days after his disappearance from Karachi, there is no definite word on the fate of the American reporter, Daniel Pearl, of the Wall Street Journal, and the conflicting claims on his well-being, made through e-mails, seem ... More
Rabri writes her own script
PATNA, FEB. 3. Did the Bihar Chief Minister, Rabri Devi, steal the show at a function organised by the Railways here. At least the Prime Minister, A.B. Vajpayee, who was present seemed to acknowledge her growing presence. Once she set her ... More
Threat to blow up airport
AGARTALA, FEB. 3.The Agartala airport has been put under tight security following a threat call to blow it up by a group of insurgents, police said today. An unidentified person called up the Commandant of the Fatikcherra BSF camp and made the ... More
Speaker faces inquiry
DEHRA DUN, FEB. 3. The Election Commission has ordered an inquiry on a Congress complaint that the Uttaranchal Speaker, Prakash Pant, had allegedly misused his discretionary funds to lure voters of his constituency, sources said here today. The ... More
Blair reopens Hinduja probe
LONDON, FEB. 3. The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, has reopened the inquiry into the Hinduja passport controversy after ``some further papers came to light,'' a spokesman of Downing Street said. Sir Anthony Hammond, who conducted the ... More

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