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India offers to raise mission staff strength
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 23.India today offered to Pakistan an increase in the staff strength of their respective High Commissions in New Delhi and Islamabad by eight on a reciprocal basis. The proposal, if accepted by Pakistan, will raise the strength ...


Democracies should join hands against terror, says Vajpayee
NEW YORK, SEPT. 23. Relations between India and the United States have to flourish in the context of the global war against terrorism and there are four essential elements in an optimal long-term strategy, the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari ...
Annan frowns on `pre-emptive use of force'
UNITED NATIONS, SEPT. 23.The U.N. Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, has sharply but indirectly criticised the American war in Iraq saying that the doctrine of pre-emptive military intervention could set the stage for a "lawless use of force". In ...
Yaseen Malik acquitted
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 23.A special court today acquitted the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chief, Yaseen Malik, in a TADA case for allegedly "aiding and abetting terrorist activities in the Valley." The Designated Judge, S.N. Dhingra, ...
`Osama could be in Pak.'
WASHINGTON, SEPT. 23.The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said the Al-Qaeda leader, Osama bin Laden, is alive and may be hiding in his country. Gen. Musharraf said in an interview with the ABC News on Monday that Osama was alive and ...
Missiles to be handed over
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 23.As a step towards immediate operational deployment of short and medium range nuclear capable Agni missiles, the Government has decided to hand them over to the Army, which is raising two missile groups for the purpose. ...
Tripathi remanded
LUCKNOW, SEPT. 23. The designated court today allowed a seven-day CBI remand to the former Uttar Pradesh Minister, Amarmani Tripathi, who was arrested by the agency on Sunday in the poetess Madhumita Shukla murder case. The Special Judicial ...
LPG may cost a little more
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 23.The Government has announced an increase in the price of cooking gas (LPG) by raising the distributors' commission by 38 paise on a 14.2 kg cylinder from October. The price increase is expected to be roughly 38 paise. On a ...



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