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Our options are open, says Jaswant Singh
NEW DELHI, MAY 28.A day after the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, addressed his nation on television, India has indicated that it is keeping both its military and diplomatic options open to defeat cross-border terrorism. Addressing a ...
Fernandes, Service chiefs meet
NEW DELHI, MAY 28.The Defence Minister, George Fernandes, met the three Service chiefs today even as the artillery firing by Pakistan spread to new sectors on the Jammu and Kashmir border. The weekly meeting was attended by the Defence ...
Musharraf has to do more: Straw
ISLAMABAD, MAY 28. The British Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw, said after his talks with the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, today that the Pakistani leader was aware that he was expected to do more to clamp down on cross-border terrorism. ...
Narayanan has an 'open mind'
NEW DELHI, MAY 28. The presidential race hotted up today with the Congress committing itself to a second term for the President, K.R. Narayanan, after getting an indication from him that he has an "open mind'' on the issue. Significantly, the ...
Live up to promises, U.S. tells Pak.
WASHINGTON, MAY 28. Reacting to the speech of the Pakistani leader, Pervez Musharraf, the United States has welcomed his reiteration that his country's soil will not be used for terrorist activities. ``President Musharraf has publicly ...
Third Pak. missle test-fired
Islamabad, May 28. (PTI): Defying international call for restraint, Pakistan today test fired its third nuclear-capable ballistic missile shortly after British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw arrived here to hold talks on defusing tension with ...
Britain for 'visible' Pak. action
LONDON, MAY 28.Britain today called cross-border militancy and terrorism as the "main cause'' for the India-Pakistan crisis and asked the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, to take "visible action'' to end it. But the Foreign Office ...
A 'security lapse'?
MANALI, MAY 28.A bullet was fired inadvertently near the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee's house at Prini-Manali here by a constable on duty . Sources said the constable, while handing over his SLR gun to a colleague on duty, by mistake ...
Russia joins NATO
ROME, MAY 28.NATO, an alliance set up more than a half century ago for the Cold War containment of Moscow, formally accepted its old enemy as a junior partner on Tuesday. " Two former foes are now joined as partners," the U.S. President, ...
100 Maoists killed
KATHMANDU, MAY 28.Over 100 Maoists and five soldiers were killed when the Maoists attacked an army post in Rolpa district, about 300 km west of Kathmandu, sources said. The rebels attacked the army post last night with weapons looted from the ...

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