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Talks cannot succeed if terrorism continues: PM
EVIAN (FRANCE), JUNE 1. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, has conveyed to the U.S. President, George W. Bush, that a successful dialogue with Pakistan is not possible till Islamabad puts an end to cross-border terrorism. Authoritative ...


PM for benchmarks to evaluate Doha Round `outcomes'
EVIAN (FRANCE), JUNE 1. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today said it was "going to become impossible" in most developing countries to "secure political support" for any further trade liberalisation measures if "often stated goals" in ...
Moves on to rope in U.P. BJP MLAs
NEW DELHI, JUNE 1. The four major Opposition parties — the Samajwadi Party, the Congress, the Rashtriya Lok Dal and the Rashtriya Kranti Party — which have joined hands to take on the BSP-BJP Government in Uttar Pradesh are awaiting ...
Cong. backs PM's initiative
BARAMULLA, JUNE 1.The Congress has pledged full support to the Vajpayee Government on its fresh peace initiative with Pakistan to usher in peace in strife-torn Jammu and Kashmir. "I hope that the new beginning (the Prime Minister, Atal Behari ...
Fire in Army depot
JAIPUR, JUNE 1. A fire broke out this morning in the ammunition sheds of the Army at Daburwala in Jaisalmer district, 20 km away from the international border with Pakistan. The fire sent missiles flying to the neighbourhood of Sultana village. ...
Militants kill 3 shepherds
JAMMU, JUNE 1. Militants kidnapped three shepherds from Tiba Dhar area in the dense forests of Bhaderwah tehsil of Doda district in Jammu region and later shot them dead. The bodies were found by the police today and this lead to protests from ...
1 killed as train derails
PATNA, JUNE 1. One person was killed and 24 were injured when 14 bogies of the Delhi-bound Magadh Express shot off the tracks on the Baruna-Parasia section in Buxar district under the Danapur Division of the East Central Zone early this ...
Train rams 3 elephants
LUCKNOW, JUNE 1. Three elephants were run over by a speeding Gonda-Malani passenger train at the Dudhwa National Wildlife Sanctuary here last night, Forest Department sources said here. A herd of elephants had strayed on to the tracks. Three ...



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