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Kashmiris want to live with India, says PM
NICOSIA (CYPRUS), OCT. 7.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, said here today that there was no question of India handing over Kashmir to Pakistan. Kashmir was not a Hindu-Muslim issue and India could not accept the logic of partition, which ...
Tension as Doda goes to the polls
KISHTWAR (DODA), OCT. 7. Tension mounted in this mountainous region today when militants detonated an improvised explosive device near Doda town killing one policemen and injuring four others. Amid unprecedented security arrangements, six ...
T.N. calls general strike
CHENNAI, OCT. 7.In a show of solidarity on the Cauvery issue, an all-party meeting here today decided to observe a dawn-to-dusk general strike on Wednesday protesting the refusal of the Karnataka Government to release water as per the directives ...
Salman held, asked to compensate accident victims
MUMBAI, OCT. 7.The Bollywood star, Salman Khan, was today slapped with a tougher charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder in the hit-and-run case, following which he was remanded to police custody for three days. One person was ...
Commendable voter turnout: PM
LONDON, OCT. 7.Commending the voter turnout in Jammu and Kashmir elections despite ``violence orchestrated'' from across the borders, the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, today said people had expressed the view that they were not for ...
SIMI ban: SC notice to Centre
NEW DELHI, OCT. 7.The Supreme Court today issued a notice to the Centre on a Special Leave Petition (SLP) by the Students' Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) challenging the ban imposed on its activity under the Unlawful Activity (Prevention) Act. ...
MPSC chairman remanded
MUMBAI, OCT. 7.The Chairman of the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC), P. D. Vani, who was arrested last night in connection with the multi-crore answer paper scam, was today remanded to police custody till October 16. Mr. Vani was ...
Kashmir will top PM's talks during 3-nation tour
NICOSIA (CYPRUS), OCT. 7.Success can throw up new challenges. That's exactly what has happened after the credible conduct of elections to the Jammu and Kashmir State Assembly. As the Prime Minister, A.B. Vajpayee, arrived in Nicosia for a ...
Temple opened for public
GANDHINAGAR, OCT. 7.Thirteen days after the gates of the Akshardham Swaminarayan temple were closed since the September 24 terrorists attack, devotees were allowed inside on the first day of `Navratri' today. — PTI ...

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