Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Monday, May 27, 2002
We should have responded after December 13: PM
MANALI (H.P.), MAY 26. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today regretted that India had not given an immediate and fitting response to Pakistan after the terrorist attack on Parliament last December 13 to effectively stop the game of ...
5 killed in shelling
SRINAGAR, MAY 26. Five civilians were killed and 10 injured in the Ranbir Singh Pura sector of Jammu region last night when Pakistani troops resorted to heavy firing on the areas near the International Border. Police sources said there was ...
We can take offensive into Indian territory: Musharraf
WASHINGTON, MAY 26. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has insisted that there is "nothing happening'' across the Line of Control (LoC) and has argued that while he would not like to imagine a nuclear showdown, his country was capable of ...
NEW DELHI, MAY 26. An anonymous telephone call that gun shots were heard at the Parliament House complex tonight prompted a security alert in the VVIP area by the Delhi Police. ``The call was received by the Police Control Room saying the ...
Step up diplomatic pressure: India
NEW DELHI, MAY 26. With a fresh round of Anglo-American diplomacy to defuse military tensions between India and Pakistan set to unroll, New Delhi today sought to impress upon the world community to intensify its diplomatic pressure on Islamabad. ...
Show results, Bush tells Musharraf
PARIS, MAY 26. The United States President, George W. Bush, today told the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, to ``show results'' in keeping militants from carrying out terrorist acts in Kashmir. That issue, he said, was more important than ...
Pak. test-fires another missile
ISLAMABAD, MAY 26.A day after the successful testing of the Ghauri missile, Pakistan today test-fired a short range version of its surface-to-surface Hatf series of missiles. India which had dismissed the test of the 1500-km range version of ...
Bank staff plan stir
NEW DELHI, MAY 26.The National Organisation of Bank Workers today decided to launch a nationwide struggle to demand the setting up of a national rural bank, more pension options, withdrawal of tax on perks and other pro-labour measures. The ...
Party expels Deuba
KATHMANDU, MAY 26.The Nepali Congress Party today expelled the Prime Minister, Sher Bahadur Deuba, from the party for three years for dissolving Parliament without consulting it. ``The party's disciplinary committee has expelled Prime ...
NEW DELHI, MAY 26.For the third week in a row, the inflation rate stayed rooted at 1.56 per cent with periodicals and minerals such as dolomite showing a marked rise, while electricity tariffs for industry and railway traction were sliced during ...
No arms embargo on India and Pakistan, says U.K.
LONDON, MAY 26. The British Government today sought to scotch speculation that it was planning an arms embargo on India and Pakistan in view of the military build-up in the region, but said it was watching the situation "very closely''. A ...
9 Gujarat riot accused held
AHMEDABAD, MAY 26. Police have arrested nine persons in connection with the killing of minority community members, including the former Congress MP, Ehsan Jaffri, in two localities of Ahmedabad during the violence here a day after the Godhra ...
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