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Pak. must act on India's request: Russia
NEW DELHI, FEB. 7. Russia today strongly seconded India's stand on cross-border terrorism and urged Islamabad to demonstrate its ``intentions on the ground'' by taking tangible action against terrorists operating from its soil. ``Russia totally ... More
N-war threat exists: CIA chief
WASHINGTON, FEB. 7. Although India and Pakistan are publicly downplaying the risks of a nuclear conflict, the United States believes that once a conventional war begins, it could escalate into a nuclear confrontation, according to the Director of ... More
Pak. must undo crisis of confidence: PM
DEHRA DUN, FEB.7. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today urged Pakistan to undo the crisis of confidence between the two countries by acting as a true friend and paving the way for fruitful dialogue and cooperation. ``Pakistan was ... More
Terrorism, pertinent issue: Advani
RAJPURA (Punjab), FEB. 7. There will no compromise on India's resolve to stamp out terrorism, the Home Minister, L. K. Advani, said today, rejecting the Congress charge that the Bharatiya Janata Party was raising the bogey of terrorism during ... More
Congress attacks PM's remark on Sonia
NEW DELHI, FEB. 7. The Congress has reacted sharply to the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee's less-than-flattering reference to Sonia Gandhi as a ``foreigner lady''. During electioneering in Punjab on Wednesday, Mr. Vajpayee had spoken quite ... More
India awaiting 'satisfactory response'
NEW DELHI, FEB. 7. India today said that it was awaiting a ``satisfactory response'' from Pakistan on the list of 20 fugitives that it had sent to Islamabad. This was conveyed by the External Minister, Jaswant Singh, during discussions on ... More
Protest against move to raise dam height
Led by the environmental activist, Medha Patkar, hundreds of Adivasis and farmers affected by the Sardar Sarovar (Narmada) Dam project, today began an indefinite sit-in at the gate of the Union Ministry for Social Justice and Empowerment at ... More
INSAT-3C in final orbit
BANGALORE, FEB. 7. The INSAT-3C satellite of the ISRO, which was launched on an Ariane rocket on January 24 from Kourou in French Guyana, had been successfully placed in its final geo-stationary orbit at 74 degrees east longitude, the ISRO ... More
LeT man held
JAMMU, FEB. 7. A top Lashkar-e-Taiba militant who was on his way to Islamabad via New Delhi has been arrested near the Jammu airport. He was holding a passport and has been identified as Farooq Ahmad.He is said to have been involved in a number ... More

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