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Opposition divided on support to Abdul Kalam
NEW DELHI, JUNE 11.A day after the National Democratic Alliance announced that the eminent scientist, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, was its new presidential candidate, the President, K.R. Narayanan, ruled himself out of a possible contest. The ...
Ball in Pak. court: India
NEW DELHI, JUNE 11. Further steps by the Government to scale down its military posture on the western borders are linked to "tangible and measurable'' progress in dismantling the infrastructure of terrorism on Pakistan's soil, well-placed ...
Warships called back
NEW DELHI, JUNE 11.Indian warships today began moving away from near the Pakistan shoreline in the northern Arabian Sea, a Naval spokesman said. The Kashin-class missile destroyers, Godavari and Delhi-class multi-purpose frigates as well as ...
Delhi, Colombo to firm up economic ties
NEW DELHI, JUNE 11. India today extended strong support to the unfolding peace process in Sri Lanka and backed Colombo's new vision for an accelerated economic integration between the two nations. The Sri Lankan Prime Minister, Ranil ...
Direct ISI-terrorist link: Straw
LONDON, JUNE 11. In a significant statement with mixed messages for both India and Pakistan, the British Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw, has acknowledged that there is a "direct link'' between Pakistan's intelligence agency, ISI, and some of the ...
Two held
BARAMULLA, JUNE 11. A joint team of the Central Intelligence and the Jammu and Kashmir Police today arrested two persons in connection with the former Hurriyat chairman, Syed Ali Shah Geelani's case. The team raided the house of the former ...
CBI raids 66 places
NEW DELHI, JUNE 11. In a nationwide swoop, the CBI today carried out searches at 66 places against Central Government officials allegedly involved in corrupt practices. Among those whose premises were raided was the Income Tax Commissioner in ...
Search on for Indrabi
SRINAGAR, JUNE 11. Dukhtaran-e-Milat (Daughters of the nation) chief, Asiya Indrabi, wanted under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA), was absconding even as raids by police and Income Tax officials at different places in the Kashmir Valley ...
No tax on Rly. passes
NEW DELHI, JUNE 11.Bowing to pressure from the federations and associations of railway employees, the Centre has decided to totally exempt the privilege passes and privilege ticket orders of railway employees from income-tax. The decision has ...
France out of World Cup
INCHEON (S. KOREA), JUNE 11. Holders France were dramatically dumped out of the World Cup here today, making a humiliating early exit from the competition with the worst record of any defending champions in history. ...

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