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Blair concurs with India's stance on talks with Pak.
LONDON, JUNE 16. The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, today reportedly agreed with the Indian view that no dialogue with Pakistan could be meaningful unless cross-border terrorism stopped completely and the terrorist infrastructure in Pakistan ...


I was quoted out of context: Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 16. In an apparent attempt to backtrack on his remarks on the chances of the recurrence of a Kargil-type conflict with India, the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, today claimed that he was quoted out of context and that it ...
Decision on Iraq remains open
NEW DELHI, JUNE 16. At the end of a crucial round of talks with the visiting team of American officials today, the Government kept open the prospect of sending a large contingent of troops to stabilise Iraq. The discussions with the civilian ...
VHP lashes out at Govt. for `betraying' temple movement
NEW DELHI, JUNE 16. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad today castigated the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee's effort towards resolving the Ayodhya issue. In a strongly-worded attack, bordering on being abusive, the top VHP leadership — Ashok ...
Consensus eludes women's bill again
NEW DELHI, JUNE 16. Even as an all-party meeting convened by the Lok Sabha Speaker, Manohar Joshi, once again failed to arrive at a consensus today on giving reservation for women in the State Assemblies and Parliament, Mr. Joshi claimed that the ...
17 miners feared killed
HYDERABAD, JUNE 16.Eighteen miners were feared killed following the sudden flooding of a coalmine in Karimnagar district of Andhra Pradesh today, a senior police official said. PTI ...
Imam, son killed
SRINAGAR, JUNE 16. An imam and his son were allegedly killed by security forces mistaking them for militants in north Kashmir today. This sparked protests and thousands took to the streets demanding action against the security men. A magisterial ...
SC directive in Gopal case
NEW DELHI, JUNE 16.In an interim relief to the editor of the Tamil weekly, Nakkeeran, the Supreme Court today restrained the Tamil Nadu Government from filing a chargesheet against him in the POTA case in which he had been arrested. A ...



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