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Militant groups in PoK asked to 'close camps'
ISLAMABAD, MAY 30. In what is perceived as yet another move to meet the Indian condition to "dismantle the terrorism infrastructure", the Pakistan Government is said to have asked all the militant groups operating from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir ...


U.P. Opposition urges dismissal of Mayati Govt.
LUCKNOW, MAY 30. The Opposition parties in Uttar Pradesh today demanded the dismissal of the Mayawati Government saying that it had been reduced to a minority after the Rashtriya Lok Dal, a constituent of the BJP-led front in the State, had ...
Govt. lacks clarity on Pak. policy, says Sonia
SRINAGAR, MAY 30.The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, today virtually laid out the electoral blueprint for the party, by once again repositioning it on the side of the poor and the havenots. In the inaugural address at the fifth Congress Chief ...
Putin's big show gets underway
ST. PETERSBURG, MAY 30.It is the Russian President, Vladimir Putin's big show. Until the Bolshevik revolution of 1917, this city on the Neva River was the capital of the Great Russian Empire for some 200 years. On May 27, 1703, Peter the Great ...
Pak. agrees to resume bus service
ST. PETERSBURG, MAY 30. Pakistan has agreed to restore the Lahore-Delhi bus service, the Foreign Secretary, Kanwal Sibal, said today. Talking to newspersons on board the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee's special Air India flight from ...
LTTE rejects peace offer
COLOMBO, MAY 30.The LTTE today rejected Colombo's latest offer of a development-oriented structure for the northeast as ``unacceptable'' and stuck to its demand for an interim administration. The LTTE's chief negotiator, Anton Balasingham, in a ...
Pawar re-elected
NEW DELHI, MAY 30. Sharad Pawar was today unanimously re-elected president of the Nationalist Congress Party for the second time. — PTI


Highest temperature
CHENNAI, MAY 30.Chennai today recorded the State's highest temperature in 93 years, with Nungambakkam registering 45 degree Celsius (113 degree Fahrenheit). The last time this temperature was recorded was on May 21, 1910, also in ...
Chand quits
KATHMANDU, MAY 30.Nepal's eight-month caretaker Prime Minister, Lokendra Bahadur Chand, has resigned, the state television said. Mr. Chand's resignation came after pressure from political parties which have been demanding that King Gyanendra ...
IT returns
NEW DELHI, MAY 30.The Centre today extended the last date for submitting the Income-Tax returns for this fiscal in the electronic format to September. The Central Board of Direct Taxes has extended the date for submission of return of income ...



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