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Musharraf's pledge `a step forward', says Jaswant
NEW DELHI, JUNE 8. India today welcomed the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf's pledge to the United States on ending permanently the infiltration across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir, and reaffirmed its commitment to respond ...
Tensions are down, says Armitage
TALLINN, ESTONIA, JUNE, 8. The United States Deputy Secretary of State, Richard Armitage, today said that ``tensions were down measurably'' between the nuclear-armed rivals India and Pakistan, but the crisis over Kashmir was not yet over. ...
NDA `plumps' for Alexander
NEW DELHI, JUNE 8. The ruling establishment is understood to have decided to field the Governor of Maharashtra, P.C. Alexander, as its candidate in the next month's Presidential election. Barring any last-minute dramatic change, an announcement ...
`Indo-Pak. issues should be resolved bilaterally'
COLOMBO, JUNE 8.The Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe, who began a three-day visit to India on Sunday, has said the tension between India and Pakistan was of concern to the region, but stressed that it had to be resolved bilaterally. ``As ...
51 NCP MLAs in Bangalore
BANGALORE, JUNE 8.Fiftyone MLAs, including Ministers, of the Nationalist Congress Party, an alliance partner of the Democratic Front Government in Maharashtra, flew into Bangalore today to join their Congress counterparts. The MLAs, who arrived ...
Militants kill four VDC men
JAMMU, JUNE 8. Militants killed four Village Defence Committee personnel in Udhampur district of Jammu late last night. Police sources said a group of militants entered Tilloo vilage in Mahore Tehsil and challenged the VDC personnel. In the ...
Kolkata on alert
KOLKATA, JUNE 8. The Union Home Ministry has alerted the West Bengal Government against a possible ISI-backed terrorist attack on Writers' Building, the State Secretariat, between June 10 and 15, according to the State Home Secretary, A.K. Deb. ...
Brazil beat China
SOGWIPO (SOUTH KOREA), JUNE 8. Brazil chalked up its best win at the World Cup finals since 1986 as the four Rs — Roberto Carlos, Rivaldo, Ronaldinho and Ronaldo — scored the goals that gave them a 4-0 victory over China today. ...

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