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Hurriyat leader Lone assassinated in Srinagar
SRINAGAR, MAY 21. The senior All-Party Hurriyat Conference leader, Abdul Gani Lone, was shot dead by unidentified gunmen here today, ahead of the visit of the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, to the Kashmir Valley. One of Mr. Lone's ...
Peace campaign will not stop: PM
JAMMU, MAY 21.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today expressed grief over the assassination of the Hurriyat leader, Abdul Gani Lone, whom he described as "a man of peace". Speaking to presspersons at the military hospital here, Mr. ...
Grounded MiG-21s cleared
NEW DELHI, MAY 21. The armed forces today further fine-tuned their operational preparedness by deploying additional assets in the border areas. The grounded squadrons of Mig-21 have been cleared for operational flying, while the remaining Army ...
Iran calls for restraint
NEW DELHI, MAY 21.Iran today called for an early dialogue between India and Pakistan to defuse the present military tension in the subcontinent and find a political solution to their bilateral problems. The visiting Iranian Foreign Minister, ...
Naval ships head west
VISAKHAPATNAM, MAY 21. Eastern Fleet ships, placed under the administrative and operational control of the Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief of the Eastern Naval Command (ENC), have sailed out for cross-coast deployment to augment the force levels ...
LTTE, Govt. hold talks
COLOMBO, MAY 21.A top official in charge of the peace process flew to northern Sri Lanka today for a meeting with the LTTE leaders in a bid to resolve a wrangle over public transport rights on a key highway connecting the mainland with Jaffna ...

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