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We will take `appropriate decision', says Advani
NEW DELHI, MAY 17. The Vajpayee Government today secured the unanimous support of Parliament to deal effectively with the unabated cross-border terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir, while the Union Home Minister, L.K. Advani, who spoke for the ...
Powell phones Jaswant
NEW DELHI, MAY 17. A day before the meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security, the U.S. Ambassador to India, Robert Blackwill, met the External Affairs Minister, Jaswant Singh, today to discuss ways of defusing border tensions between India ...
We stand by the Govt.: Sonia
NEW DELHI, MAY 17. Political affiliations and personal differences were kept aside and the Opposition parties today pledged unconditional support to the Government in its response to the killing in Kaluchak near Jammu. Constructive suggestions ...
Will Armitage advance his trip?
WASHINGTON, MAY 17. The U.S. Deputy Secretary of State, Richard Armitage, is likely to visit India and Pakistan in the next few weeks. The trip is being finalised here and the capitals of South Asia. But the official word on the trip is yet to ...
Heavy firing along IB, LoC
JAMMU, MAY 17.Troops along the Indo-Pakistan border outposts have been exchanging intermittent heavy fire, including mortar shelling, in the last 24 hours. The firing took place in the frontier positions along the International Border and the ...
Pearl's body exhumed?
ISLAMABAD, MAY 17. Pakistan police have exhumed a highly-disintegrated and disfigured body from a small roof in a park west of Karachi, which they suspect to be that of murdered American journalist Daniel Pearl. ``The body is beheaded. It is ...
Mayawati wins trust vote
LUCKNOW, MAY 17. The Uttar Pradesh Assembly today adopted the motion of confidence in the coalition Government headed by the Chief Minister, Mayawati, after more than a seven-hour debate that was marked by heated exchanges and mudslinging between ...

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