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"PAKISTAN MUST ADDRESS INDIA'S CONCERN"
India should give the anti-terror campaign more time: Rice
WASHINGTON,, MAY 2.The Bush administration is very clear that it sees its campaign against terror and terrorists everywhere as the most crucial international priority right now and hence believes that both India and Pakistan must not allow a ...
INTERVIEW
`There can be no cause that is served by terror'
"We believe that India is a great democracy, that the Vajpayee Government is leading India well and that it will do the right thing when it comes to investigating the violence (in Gujarat)..."
Centre agrees to intervene in Gujarat
NEW DELHI, MAY 2.To avoid a defeat in the Rajya Sabha in which the NDA is in a minority, the BJP-led Government today changed strategy and chose to accept the Opposition-sponsored motion — urging the Centre to intervene effectively in ...
Gill appointed Narendra Modi's Security Adviser
NEW DELHI, MAY 2. In the first action of its kind, which can be seen as a direct Central initiative to stem the continuing violence in Gujarat, the Government today appointed the former Director-General of Punjab Police, K. P. S. Gill, as the ...
Controversy over EU position `regrettable'
NEW DELHI, MAY 2.After a series of terse statements, India today took up directly with the European Union (EU) the recent controversy regarding the EU's position on the recent Gujarat incidents. According to the External Affairs Ministry ...
31 Shirdi-bound pilgrims killed in bus accident
MUMBAI, MAY 2. At least 31 bus passengers were burnt alive in an accident while on their way to the pilgrimage centre of Shirdi in Maharashtra. Twenty-nine suffered severe burns. The accident occurred at Kadke Phata, 61 km from Ahmednagar. ...
New post for Rajnath Singh
NEW DELHI, MAY 2The Former Chief Minister, Rajnath Singh, was today appointed `in-charge' of political affairs of Uttar Pradesh in a major re-shuffle of party portfolios announced by the Bharatiya Janata Party president, Jana Krishnamurthi, aimed ...
Arafat free
The Palestinian Authority president, Yasser Arafat, emerged from his Ramallah headquarters after the Israeli military lifted its prolonged siege of the compound and withdrew from the town. He has been penned in since December. (Details under ...
SC directive to EC
NEW DELHI, MAY 2.The Supreme Court today directed the Election Commission to call for information on affidavit from each candidate seeking election to Parliament or a State legislature, whether the candidate is convicted/acquitted/discharged of ...

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