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NC swept out of power in J&K elections
SRINAGAR, OCT. 10. The ruling National Conference (NC) in Jammu and Kashmir was swept out of power today with the party bagging only 28 out of the 87 Assembly seats for which elections were held in four phases. The Congress and the People's ...
A vote for India's unity: PM
COPENHAGEN, OCT. 10.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, said today that the vote in Jammu and Kashmir was for India's unity, Kashmiriyat and against Pakistan-sponsored terrorism and Islamabad's anti-India propaganda. In a statement here, ...
India, E.U. differ on Kashmir
COPENHAGEN, OCT. 10.India and the European Union today differed publicly on the issues of Kashmir, dialogue in South Asia and cross-border terrorism as they dropped all references to the situation in the sub-continent in a joint statement issued ...
Centre ready to do business with the new rulers in J&K
NEW DELHI, OCT.10. For most of the day the president of the Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress, Gulam Nabi Azad, kept dodging the question whether he was a contender for chief ministership. Mehbooba Mufti of the People's Democratic Party also ...
Six killed in Pak. poll violence
ISLAMABAD, OCT. 10. At least six persons were killed and several injured in sporadic incidents during the general elections held today in Pakistan, meant to usher in civilian rule and bring to an end the three-year reign by the Pakistan President ...
Salman's bail plea rejected
MUMBAI, OCT. 10. A local court today rejected the bail plea of film actor, Salman Khan, in a hit-and-run case, stating that the investigation had reached a crucial stage, and extended his police custody remand to October 14. Mr. Khan was arrested ...

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