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LoC as border not a solution, says Musharraf
WASHINGTON, JUNE 26. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said that India being the larger country should show "magnanimity" and make more compromises if a lasting solution to the Kashmir problem is to be realised. Gen. Musharraf ...


No third party mediation: Sinha
NEW DELHI, JUNE 26. India today rejected the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf's suggestion for a U.S.-sponsored road map, on the lines of West Asia, to resolve the Kashmir issue, saying that there is no place for third party mediation. ...
Remove fear psychosis in J&K, says Kalam
UDHAMPUR, JUNE 26.There is an urgent need to get the Jammu and Kashmir people out of the fear psychosis they had been suffering from in the past decade, the President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, said here today. He asked the security agencies operating ...
PM for India-China alliance in IT industry
SHANGHAI, JUNE 26. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, has said it was "self-evident" from China's "core competence" in hardware and India's in software that there existed a natural ground for an "effective alliance" in the information ...
'New deal' for archaeologists
NEW DELHI, JUNE 26. After a year of spadework, the Union Tourism and Culture Ministry has drawn up the contours of an Indian Archaeological and Heritage Service (IAHS) to ``professionalise'' the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), and is ...
ULFA leader 'alive'
NEW DELHI, JUNE 26.The ULFA `commander-in-chief', Paresh Baruah, is alive and in Dhaka, putting to rest speculations about his fate after a bid on his life in the Bangladesh capital last month. The ULFA leader was injured in the May 27 ...
Arafat sees truce deal
RAMALLAH, West Bank, June 26. The Palestinian President, Yasser Arafat, told reporters in the West Bank city of Ramallah today he expected an announcement in a few hours that militants had agreed to halt attacks on Israelis, but a militant group ...
Colombo offer
COLOMBO, JUNE 26.In another bid to break the peace deadlock, Sri Lanka today said it would spell out the ``basic points'' of a proposed provisional administrative structure for the consideration of the LTTE ``within the next two weeks''. The ...
Blast in Ahmedabad
AHMEDABAD, JUNE 26.A crude bomb exploded at Maninagar in Ahmedabad on Wednesday midnight, a few hours after a powerful blast at Vatva area of the city, which injured two persons, including a woman, prompting authorities to step up security. ...
40 Iraqis killed
CAIRO, JUNE 26. Forty persons were killed in the Iraqi city of Najaf when looters accidentally set an ammunition depot on fire, the Al-Ayyam weekly reported today. The incident occurred on Sunday when looters were trying to steal large ...



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