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Pak. issued fresh demarche
NEW DELHI, FEB. 11. Two days after the deportation of Aftab Ansari from the UAE, India has reiterated that Pakistan should take action on the list of 20 terrorists and criminals that it had been sent. In a fresh verbal demarche issued to the ... More
U.S. rejects Pak. claim
WASHINGTON, FEB. 11. The Bush administration does not believe that India has had a hand in the kidnapping of the reporter of The Wall Street Journal as suggested by the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, in a recent interview. ``The State ... More
Islamabad rejects charge
ISLAMABAD, FEB. 11. Pakistan today rejected the Indian allegation that Aftab Ansari, accused in the attack on the American Center in Kolkata, had links with the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). Responding to the observations made by the Prime ... More
Ansari's funds network being tracked
NEW DELHI, FEB. 11. Acting on the initial leads emerging from the grilling of the underworld don, Aftab Ansari, now in CBI custody, the security and intelligence agencies today launched an elaborate operation to zero in on some of the hawala ... More
PM shrugs off temple construction threat
NEW DELHI, FEB. 11. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, more or less shrugged off the Vishwa Hindu Parishad's threat of starting the Ram temple construction from March 15 in Ayodhya. He suggested that he was not much bothered by the threat ... More
U.K. rules out probe into Mittal row
LONDON, FEB. 11. Downing Street today ruled out an inquiry into allegations that the Prime Minister, Tony Blair, helped the Indian businessman, Lakshmi Mittal, clinch a deal with Romania last year as a favour for the steel tycoon's donation to ... More
Pak. UAV intrudes
JAMMU, FEB. 11. A Pakistani Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) intruded into Indian airspace over Jammu in the third such incident in five weeks, but escaped being hit by gun fire from security forces because of its high altitude, a BSF spokesman said ... More
Sena-BJP combine ahead
MUMBAI, FEB. 11. The Shiv Sena-BJP alliance appeared set to retain power in the prestigious Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and Thane civic body and made inroads into the Congress strongholds of Solapur and Nasik. The Congress, which ... More
Cess on premium
NEW DELHI, FEB. 11. A cess on insurance premium is likely to be levied in the Union Budget to build a ``catastrophe fund'' for meeting exigencies such as terror strikes and national calamities. Official sources told PTI that the fund was needed ... More

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