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VHP for division of Kashmir
HARDWAR, JUNE 23.The Kendriya Margdarshak Mandal of the VHP concluded its meeting here today, with a call to Hindus to ensure the success of its crusade to safeguard the interests of the minorities (Hindus) in Jammu and Kashmir. The meeting ...
PM rejects demand
NEW YORK, JUNE 23. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, rejected today the demand for autonomy by the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Farooq Abdullah. In an interview to Newsweek, Mr. Vajpayee, asked if autonomy was a long-term ...
No peace without autonomy: Farooq
SRINAGAR, JUNE 23. The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Farooq Abdullah, and his son and Union Minister of State for External Affairs, Omar Abdullah, today swore by autonomy and took the Centre to task for "not honouring the aspirations of the ...
BJP says no, Left for debate
NEW DELHI, JUNE 23.Political parties have diametrically opposite views on "autonomy" for Jammu and Kashmir, an issue that was opened again today by its Chief Minister, Farooq Abdullah, and the newly-anointed president of the National Conference ...
Infiltration is still on: PM
WASHINGTON, JUNE 23. The Prime Minister, A.B. Vajpayee, has said that there has been no change in Pakistan's policy as far as cross-border terrorism is concerned."Every day we are getting reports that infiltration (by militants into Kashmir) ...
Nepal King arrives
NEW DELHI, JUNE 23. Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev, King of Nepal, arrived here today on a week-long state visit amidst hopes on both sides of renewing the traditional bonds of friendship between the two countries. In his first visit abroad, ...
`Quake toll only 222'
TEHERAN, JUNE 23.The Red Crescent of Iran today revised down the number of dead in a powerful earthquake in northern Iran to 222 from an earlier estimate of 500 as rescuers picked through rubble to find any remaining survivors. ``There was a ...
Militant confesses
KHANNA (PUNJAB), JUNE 23.The Lashkar-e-Taiba militant arrested by the Punjab police has confessed to his involvement in the Kaluchak massacre near Jammu, which claimed 32 lives, a senior police official said today. The ultra, Abdul, a ...
Boat capsizes
SIBSAGAR (ASSAM), JUNE 23.Forty people had a miraculous escape when a boat in which they were travelling capsized in the Dikhoumukh river in Assam's Sibsagar district today. The Sibsagar Deputy Commissioner, Gayatri Barua, said here that a ...
'Attackers identified'
Islamabad, June 23. Investigators probing the recent car bomb blast near the U.S. consulate in Karachi have identified the group involved in the attack and will name it soon, the Pakistan Interior Minister, Moinuddin Haider, told reporters in ...

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