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Sunday, May 19, 2002
Pak. asked to recall envoy within a week
NEW DELHI, MAY 18. While enhancing its combat readiness, India today asked Pakistan to recall its High Commissioner to India, Ashraf Jehangir Qazi. The decision was taken during the two-hour meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security. The CCS ...
We are for restraint: Pak.
ISLAMABAD, MAY 18. Pakistan today struck a non-combatant and conciliatory response to the decision of the Indian government asking its High Commissioner in New Delhi, Ashraf Jehangir Qazi, to leave his post `for the sake of parity'. While ...
I'm sorry to leave: Qazi
NEW DELHI, MAY 18.The Pakistan High Commissioner to India, Ashraf Jehangir Qazi, today regretted India's decision asking him to leave the country, but said it fell within New Delhi's sovereign right. He told PTI ``I am sorry to leave India. I ...
A welcome move: Cong.
NEW DELHI, MAY 18.India's decision to ask Pakistan to withdraw its High Commissioner, Ashraf Jehangir Qazi, today received a mixed response from the political parties with the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party supporting the move while the ...
PM invites Sonia for consultations
NEW DELHI, MAY 18. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, has invited the Congress president and Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha, Sonia Gandhi, for consultation on the heightened tension in the India-Pakistan relationship. The meeting is ...
European Parliament condemns Gujarat violence
BRUSSELS, MAY 18.The European Parliament has passed a resolution saying that it is appalled by the sectarian violence in Gujarat, which has claimed more than 900 lives. It adopted a resolution on Thursday "strongly condemning" all sectarian ...
Reliance bags IPCL
NEW DELHI, MAY 18. The Government today approved the sale of its 26 per cent stake in Indian Petrochemicals Corporation (IPCL) to the country's largest petrochemical company, Reliance Industries, for Rs.1,440 crores. Reliance outshone the ...
STD facility restored
SRINAGAR, MAY 18.STD facility to the PCOs in Jammu and Kashmir would be restored today, much to the delight of the people of the Valley. ``We have completed 80 per cent restoration work and the public call offices (PCOs) will be operational ...
KOCHI, MAY 18. All the 220 passengers on board an Indian Airlines flight from Sharjah escaped unhurt when four tyres of the Airbus-300 burst on landing at the Kochi International Airport at Nedumbassery today. The runway of the airport was ...
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