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India, Russia to mull over joining hands with China
NEW DELHI, FEB. 4. India and Russia today agreed to explore the possibilities of advancing trilateral cooperation with China to combat terrorism and develop alternate energy routes. Welcoming the idea of developing trilateral cooperation ``slowly ... More
Jaish to stop activities outside Jammu & Kashmir
JAMMU, FEB. 4. In a major policy shift, the militant organisation, Jaish-e-Mohammad - responsible for the October 1 and December 13 attacks in India - has asked its cadre to stop forthwith their activities outside Jammu and Kashmir. It also ... More
Mosque siege ends
JAMMU, FEB. 4. The 30- hour-long siege of the mosque in Tarzoo near Sopore in north Kashmir came to an end this evening with both the holed up militants surrendering before the Baramulla Deputy Commissioner, Naveen Chowdary, at 5.30 p.m. with two ... More
Indo-U.S. military talks revived
NEW DELHI, FEB. 4. Signalling a return to the pre-Pokhran II era, India and the United States today revived military-to-military interaction, aimed at promoting close ties between the two armed forces. The inter-Army executive steering group ... More
Hurriyat has taken a step forward: Pant
NEW DELHI, FEB. 4. The All Party Hurriyat Conference (APHC) has indicated that it was ready to contest the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly polls scheduled later this year and by doing so it can establish its representative character, the Centre's ... More
Reforms inevitable but we'll protect labour interests: PM
NEW DELHI, FEB. 4. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today said India would not follow globalisation blindly but devise its own standards to meet the country's needs and aspirations. The interests of the workers would be kept in mind ... More
Pak. official tipped terrorists: Advani
NOIDA (U.P.), FEB. 4. Throwing a bombshell of sorts, the Union Home Minister, L.K. Advani, said here today that an official of the Pakistan High Commission and agent of the Inter Services Intelligence had gathered information on the security ... More
Ex-Minister's house attacked
IMPHAL, FEB. 4.Two persons, including a Manipur Rifles trooper, were killed and four seriously wounded late on Saturday night when suspected insurgents attacked the house of a former Minister of State for Home, Moirangthem Oken, at Heirok in ... More
SLP put off
NEW DELHI, FEB. 4. The Supreme Court today adjourned by two weeks a Special Leave Petition from R. S. Bharathi, advocate, against the verdict of the Madras High Court acquitting the AIADMK general secretary, Jayalalithaa, and three others of ... More

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