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India, U.S., U.K. may step up intelligence-sharing
NEW DELHI, JUNE 14. India, the United States and the United Kingdom are exploring ways to intensify intelligence-sharing to evaluate accurately the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf's promise to end infiltration across the Line of Control in ...
Left parties to field Lakshmi Sahgal
NEW DELHI, JUNE 14. The Left parties and the Janata Dal (Secular) today decided to field the veteran freedom fighter, Lakshmi Sahgal, to contest the Presidential poll against A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, candidate of the ruling National Democratic ...
11 killed in car bomb attack near U.S. consulate in Karachi
KARACHI, JUNE 14.A suicide driver slammed his explosives-packed vehicle into a concrete barrier in front of the U.S. consulate on Friday, triggering a huge explosion that killed 11 persons and injured 45. No Americans were among the dead, but ...
Congress for consensus on Vice-President
NEW DELHI, JUNE 14. Though the Congress is willing to cooperate with the National Democratic Alliance if the ruling coalition seeks a consensus on the Vice-Presidential candidate, it indicated today that it would contest the post should an ...
'Rumsfeld spoke in a vague sense'
WASHINGTON, JUNE 14.The White House spokesman, Ari Fleischer, said on Thursday that the Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld, spoke only in a "generalised and vague sense'' about the presence of the Al-Qaeda in Kashmir, during his visit to the ...
We are not intimidated: Bush
HOUSTON, JUNE 14. The United States President, George W. Bush, today said that ``radical killers'' were behind the bomb blast that killed at least 11 Pakistanis outside the U.S. consulate in Karachi. ``These people, if they think they are ...
Al-Qaeda infiltration in Kashmir: Straw
LONDON, JUNE 14.Going beyond the remarks of the U.S. Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld, about the presence of Al-Qaeda activists near the Line of Control, the British Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw, has said ``they have infiltrated themselves ...
Trapped in ice pack
JOHANNESBURG, JUNE 14. A South African ship will sail to the Antarctic in a bid to rescue 108 scientists and crew, including Indians, aboard a vessel trapped in pack ice, Piet Paxton, a defence forces spokesman, said today. Col. Paxton said ...
India condemns blast
NEW DELHI, JUNE 14. India today strongly condemned the car bomb attack on the U.S. consulate in Karachi which has claimed 11 lives and said this was yet another terrorist act. ``It is very sad and very regrettable incident and we condemn it ...
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 14. Pakistan has pulled back its warships from high-alert positions in the Arabian Sea following a Indian Navy withdrawal, a military spokesman said today. ``The Pakistan Navy has moved its assets to forward position because of ...
Sattar bids adieu
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 14. Contrary to speculation, the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, today accepted the resignation of the Foreign Minister, Abdul Sattar, a proponent of Pakistan's hardline policy towards India, citing health reasons. Mr. ...
Computer virus spotted
SAN FRANCISCO, JUNE 14. A new strain of computer virus that infects digital photographs and which has the potential to wreak havoc on the Internet has been spotted, experts say. The new virus, labelled Perrun, infects pictures that are being ...
S. Korea enters second round
INCHEON (S KOREA), JUNE 14. South Korea joined fellow World Cup co-hosts Japan in the second round of the tournament today, eliminating nine-man Portugal 1-0 in their final Group D match.
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