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Vajpayee reviews security situation
NEW DELHI, MAY 16. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today held consultations with his senior colleagues on the security and political fallout of the terrorist attack in Jammu, while the Union Home Minister, L.K. Advani, organised a ...
`Full-scale war' not an option
NEW DELHI, MAY 16. In responding to the terrorist attack near Jammu on Tuesday, India may not have the option of engaging Pakistan in a full-scale war. Analysts here point to four key reasons that are likely to discourage a full-scale military ...
Time for action: Army chief
KATHMANDU, MAY 16.Outraged by the terrorist attack on an Army camp near Jammu, the Chief of Army Staff, General S. Padmanabhan, today said that time had come for action but a decision in this regard had to be taken by the entire nation. ``Time ...
Govt. on life support: Sonia
NEW DELHI, MAY 16.The Leader of the Opposition, Sonia Gandhi, told her parliamentary party today that the Government is "surviving on life support system'' and that it is naive to expect governance from it. Delivering the customary ...
LeT founder held
ISLAMABAD, MAY 16. The founder leader of Lashkar-e-Taiba, Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, has been arrested by the Pakistani authorities just a day after the terrorist attack in Jammu that claimed 31 lives, allegedly carried out by a LeT group. Saeed ...
JD(U) leader quits
NEW DELHI, MAY 16. The Janata Dal (United) general secretary and spokesman, Mohan Prakash, who resigned from the party's primary membership today may join the Congress. Expressing disenchantment with the inability of the Janata leaders over ...
Monsoon advances
PUNE, MAY 16.Southwest monsoon has further advanced to north Andaman sea and more parts of southeast Bay of Bengal, according to Meteorological department sources. Many parts in Andaman and Nicobar islands and a few places in Nagaland, Manipur, ...
Chirac sworn in
PARIS, MAY 16.Jacques Chirac was officially invested as President of France today for a new mandate of five years. In a ceremony at the Elysee palace, the president of the country's constitutional council, Yves Guena, proclaimed the results ...

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