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We have `left aside' U.N. resolutions on Kashmir: Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 18. In yet another significant conciliatory move, the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said that his country has "left aside" the United Nations Security Council resolutions on Kashmir and is prepared to meet India ...


Bhutan rejects ULFA's ceasefire call
SAMDRUP JONGKHAR (BHUTAN), DEC. 18. Bhutan today rejected a ceasefire call by the United Liberation Front of Asom and vowed to go ahead with the ongoing "short but decisive" military operation till the goal of flushing out Indian insurgents ...
It'll be death for spurious drugs manufacturers
NEW DELHI, DEC. 18.The Union Cabinet today cleared a proposal to impose death sentence on manufacturers of spurious drugs and to make the penalty more stringent for those who sell or otherwise deal with such drugs. It also decided to make ...
Sena activists damage cricket pitch in Agra
AGRA, DEC. 18.Activists of the local unit of the Shiv Sena have dug up the cricket pitch at the Agra sport stadium, the venue for the December 24 veterans' match between India and Pakistan. They apparently scaled the wall of the stadium late last ...
Wealth case: notice to Karnataka
NEW DELHI, DEC. 18. The Supreme Court today issued notice to Karnataka on an application filed by the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, for a direction to shift two disproportionate assets cases against her and four others from a Bangalore ...



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