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India's nod for resuming bus service to Lahore
NEW DELHI, MAY 26. India today announced that it had "approved" the resumption of the "suspended", twice-a-week Delhi-Lahore bus service "as soon as details" were worked out by the "technical authorities" in New Delhi and Islamabad. "The ...


Pak. hails Delhi's decision
ISLAMABAD, MAY 26. Pakistan tonight welcomed the decision of India to accept its proposal for resumption of the suspended Delhi-Lahore-Delhi bus service as a `positive gesture' and expressed the hope that it would agree for a meaningful and ...
Panel soon on quota for poor among forward castes: PM
NEW DELHI, MAY 26.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, has promised his party chief, M. Venkaiah Naidu, that a commission to study and recommend reservation for the economically backward classes currently not covered by reservation will be ...
Underworld don killed in Bangkok
MUMBAI, MAY 26. Thailand-based gangster, Ijaz Lakdawala, was killed by members of the rival Chhota Shakeel gang in Bangkok, a top officer of the Mumbai Crime Branch-CID confirmed this evening. Ijaz was killed at around 2300 hrs IST ...
No decision on sending troops
NEW DELHI, MAY 26. The Cabinet Committee on Security today took no decision on committing Indian troops to serve under the American-British "Authority'' in Iraq, but consented to sending back India's Ambassador to Baghdad. The Foreign ...
IBM official to be sent back
KUALA LUMPUR, MAY 26.The Bangalore-based IBM employee, Narendra Babu, who was detained here over the weekend for overstaying his visa, will be sent back to India tomorrow, an official of the Malaysian Immigration office said today. — ...



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