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'More steps' if Pakistan clamps down on infiltration
NEW DELHI, JUNE 12. India today conveyed to the United States its willingness to take more steps towards the reduction of military tension with Pakistan if Islamabad moved towards a comprehensive effort to end cross-border terrorism. After an ...
People's Front dissolved, Left to enter fray
NEW DELHI, JUNE 12. A presidential contest appears inevitable after the Left Front announced its decision to put up a candidate against Abdul Kalam, the ruling National Democratic Alliance's choice. The Congress, on the other hand, has yet to ...
Al-Qaeda operating along LoC, says Rumsfeld
NEW DELHI, JUNE 12. Observing that the situation on the Indo-Pakistan border continued to be tense, the visiting U.S. Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld, today said Washington had evidence of the presence of the Al-Qaeda in Kashmir and that it ...
PWP to remain neutral
MUMBAI, JUNE 12.The Peasants and Workers Party (PWP), which has five MLAs in a House of 288 members, today announced that it would remain neutral when the confidence vote is taken up by the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly tomorrow, throwing a ...
Main causes not addressed: Pak.
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 12.Pakistan today said India has formally conveyed the steps it has taken to reduce tension and hoped New Delhi would soon announce further measures for resumption of dialogue to resolve all outstanding issues, including Kashmir. ...
Osama alive: Mullah Omar
MOSCOW, JUNE 12. Fugitive Taliban leader, Mullah Omar, told a Russian weekly published today that Al-Qaeda leader, Osama bin Laden, was still alive and vowed that the ``fire of war will burn down Washington''. ``Osama was helping us during the ...
Musharraf retains Sattar
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 12. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has decided to retain Abdul Sattar as Foreign Minister. The News, quoting sources, said Mr. Sattar would continue to hold office till the formation of a new government after ...
Jawan killed in shelling
JAMMU, JUNE 12. In the continuing shelling by Pakistani troops, an Army jawan was killed, another wounded and 25 houses and a hospital were damaged overnight and today in Rajouri and Poonch districts of Jammu and Kashmir, official sources here ...
Argentina eliminated
MIYAGI, JUNE 12. Two-time champion and one of the favourites here this time, Argentina, followed the footsteps of France and crashed out of the World Cup after drawing 1-1 with Sweden in Group F on Wednesday. ...
Mild tremors in Gujarat
NEW DELHI, JUNE 12.Two earthquakes of slight intensity, each measuring four on the Richter scale rocked the Rann of Kachch area today, the Indian Meterological Department said here today. The epicentre of the first quake, which occurred at ...

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