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'Pak. adopting delaying tactics'
NEW DELHI, OCT. 30.India today criticised some of the counter-proposals submitted by Islamabad, while taking note of Pakistan's "limited positive response" to its initiative to repair bilateral ties. "We are disappointed that they have attached ...


Geelani, Afsan Guru freed
NEW DELHI, OCT. 30. The suspended Delhi University lecturer, S.A.R. Geelani, who was one of the two persons acquitted yesterday by the Delhi High Court in the Parliament attack case, today stepped out to freedom after nearly 23 months in Tihar ...
Unified licence for phone services okayed
NEW DELHI, OCT. 30. The Union Cabinet will consider tomorrow a proposal cleared today by the Group of Ministers on Telecom (GoM-T) for unification of the cellular and basic phone licences. The step, it is hoped, will end the phone wars between ...
PM, Charles call for eradication of unemployment
NEW DELHI, OCT. 30. The Prime Minister, A.B. Vajpayee, today joined the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, in giving a clarion call to all sections of society to eradicate unemployment in Asia by supporting youth entrepreneurship initiatives and ...
'More HC judges soon'
NEW DELHI, OCT. 30. The Centre has decided to increase the strength of judges by 94 to make the total number of High Court judges to 749 from 655.


'Display poll expenses'
NEW DELHI, OCT. 30. The Election Commission has made it mandatory for candidates contesting the Assembly polls in five States to show accounts of poll expenditure to the Observers or Returning Officers once in three days. ...



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