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Musharraf vows to stop infiltration: Armitage
NEW DELHI, JUNE 7. As the United States today delivered a credible and substantive commitment from Pakistan on permanently ending cross-border infiltration across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir, India is likely to respond with some ...
Make action evident, U.S. tells Musharraf
WASHINGTON, JUNE 7.The United States continues to maintain that the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, must stop terrorist infiltration across the Line of Control in Kashmir on a "permanent basis,'' and when this becomes clear, Washington will ...
`Retaliation if infiltration does not stop'
NEW DELHI, JUNE 7. The Union Home Minister, L. K. Advani, today said India would react in accordance with the "popular national sentiments" if Pakistan failed to end cross-border terrorism. "If Pakistan does not put an end to cross-border ...
Pressure on India to accept international patrolling?
LONDON, JUNE 7. In what is seen as a sign of growing international pressure on India to accept neutral observers to monitor the Line of Control, the British Defence Secretary, Geoff Hoon, has said that Britain is willing to send its troops for ...
Presidential poll on July 15
NEW DELHI, JUNE 7.Even as major political parties are yet to reveal their final choice for the next Head of State, the Election Commission today announced that the 12th Presidential poll will be held on July 15. Announcing the poll schedule here, ...
Sattar resigns
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 7.The Pakistan Foreign Minister, Abdul Sattar, has resigned from his post citing `unstable' health. ``I have offered resignation on medical grounds. My health does not permit me to fulfil the responsibilities,'' Mr. Sattar was ...
B.D. Jatti dead
BANGALORE, JUNE 7.B.D. Jatti (89), former Vice-President and acting President, who was admitted to a hospital here on Thursday following abdominal pain and vomiting, died this afternoon. He is survived by wife, three sons and a daughter. ...
Beckham scores
SAPPORO, JAPAN, JUNE 8. David Beckham powered home a penalty to end 16 years of World Cup misery for England against Argentina today as Sven-Goran Eriksson's men rekindled their title chances with a 1-0 victory. — ...

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