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No request for Indian troops to Iraq, says Armitage
NEW DELHI, JULY 14.The United States Deputy Secretary of State, Richard Armitage, said today that he had made no request that India send troops to Iraq during meetings with the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, the Defence Minister, Pranab ...

Not strip-searched: Fernandes
NEW DELHI, JULY 14. As controversy raged over his "frisking" at a U.S. airport last year, the former Defence Minister, George Fernandes, today denied he underwent a "strip-search." "Nothing like a strip-search happened there," he told ...

Kasuri's visit in August, says Natwar
NEW DELHI, JULY 14. The External Affairs Minister, Natwar Singh, said today that his Pakistani counterpart, Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri, would be visiting New Delhi in August. "I'm myself going to Islamabad on the 19th [of July] for SAARC meetings. ...

India, Germany agree U.N. needs reforms
NEW DELHI, JULY 14. "We welcome the fact that the United Kingdom and the United States have abandoned the unilateral road [on Iraq] and taken the multilateral road," the External Affairs Minister, Natwar Singh, said at a joint press conference ...

Maharashtra assurance to Andolan
MUMBAI, JULY 14.The Narmada Bachao Andolan today called off its two-day satyagraha after the Maharashtra Government promised to set right within a month and a half the rehabilitation problems of families affected by the Sardar Sarovar Project ...

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  • BJP to oppose FDI hikes
  • Drought relief sanctioned for three States
  • Bandh hits life in Arunachal Pradesh
  • Nitish refutes Lalu's charge
  • Coast Guard rescues injured crew member
  • Land reforms on fast track
  • Forensic report disputes Godhra fire theory
  • Senior citizen scheme from August
  • Entrance test to fill management quota: SC hearing today
  • Monsoon failure leads to suicides in Vidarbha
  • Ishrat was our activist: Lashkar
  • Rivers continue to swell in Bihar
  • Goa to crack down on `rave parties'



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