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Pak. must destroy terror reservoirs: Sinha
MOSCOW, MAY 17. India wants Pakistan to wipe out the infrastructure of cross-border terrorism, rather than just reduce infiltration, before any bilateral summit can take place. "Cross-border infiltration is like a tap which can be turned on and ...


40 dead in Morocco blasts
CASABLANCA, MAY 17.A series of bomb attacks rocked Morocco's economic capital of Casablanca overnight, killing at least 40 people and injuring 60 at sites frequented by foreigners, including the Belgian consulate, a Jewish community centre and ...
Riaz Mohammad Khan, Pak. envoy
ISLAMABAD, MAY 17. Riaz Mohammad Khan, currently Pakistan's envoy to China, is to be its new High Commissioner in India. The Pakistan Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, made the disclosure in an untraditional way in the course of an ...
Mayawati sacks Minister
LUCKNOW, MAY 17. The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mayawati, today decided to drop the controversial Minister of State, Amarmani Tripathi, from her Cabinet pending an inquiry by the crime branch of the State CID into allegations that he was ...
No plan for ceasefire: Fernandes
SRINAGAR, MAY 17. Asking the militants in Kashmir to shun the path of violence and come forward for talks, the Defence Minister, George Fernandes, today said that no proposal for a ceasefire was under consideration. He termed Pakistan's decision ...
Actress' father gets bail
MUMBAI, MAY 17.A Sessions Judge here today granted provisional anticipatory bail to the film actress Shilpa Shetty's father, Surendra Shetty, in an extortion case registered against him in Surat, Gujarat. The judge, P.V. Bavkar, ordered Mr. ...
Bank strike
New Delhi, May 17. Banking operations will be hit for the second time this month on May 21 with employees owing allegiance to various unions going on strike to protest Centre's ``anti-labour'' policies. ...
Monsoon advances
NEW DELHI, MAY 17.The South-West monsoon is likely to touch the Kerala coast on May 21, ten days ahead of the normal schedule of June 1, Met office sources said here today. The monsoon has already advanced over south of Andaman Sea and ...
Srinath quits?
London, May 17. Javagal Srinath has decided to retire from first-class cricket, a leading British newspaper reported today but there was no confirmation from the player. Srinath, who is in the U.K. as a bowling coach-cum-player for the ...
It was Devdas' nite at Johannesburg
JOHANNESBURG, MAY 17.It was "Devdas'' all the way at the fourth International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) awards nite here today. The film might have missed it at the Oscars but it got its due at the Samsung IIFA awards at the Dome at Northgate, ...



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