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Peace process has suffered a setback, says PM
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 28.The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, tonight admitted that his peace initiative with Pakistan had suffered a setback owing to statements of the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, but felt a fresh impetus was needed to ...


INSAT-3E launched successfully
BANGALORE, SEPT. 28. INSAT- 3E, the communication satellite of the Indian Space Research Organisation, was launched successfully from a spaceport in Kourou, French Guyana, by a European Ariane 5 launch vehicle early on Sunday. An ISRO press ...
Advani reaffirms faith in secularism
AHMEDABAD, SEPT. 28. The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, said here today that Gujarat's image had been affected abroad due to a "sustained propaganda'', and criticised those who "knowingly or unknowingly'' brought a bad name to the State and ...
India outplays Pak., lifts Asia Cup
KUALA LUMPUR, SEPT. 28. With a display underlining the elements of elegance, effervescence and effective mid-field play, India outplayed Pakistan before a frenzied crowd to emboss its name for the first time on the hockey Asia Cup at Bukit Jalil ...
India, China ease visa norms
BEIJING, SEPT. 28.With bilateral relations improving and trade ties booming, India and China have eased visa restrictions, implementing one of the ten bilateral agreements reached during the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee's historic visit ...
Power failure in Italy
ROME, SEPT. 28.Italy's national grid operator, GRTN, said today it might switch off electricity supplies to a limited number of household consumers after a power failure plunged the country into darkness early in the day. ``It will not happen ...



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