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India, Pakistan differ on cross-border terrorism
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 5. India and Pakistan have agreed on incremental steps to take the dialogue process forward even as they differed on the issues of cross-border terrorism and Jammu and Kashmir at a meeting between their Foreign Ministers, Natwar ...
Face-saving victory for India
LORD'S, SEPT. 5.Making the most of a complacent England, India drew on its strength, and put up its best display of the England tour thus far, to inflict a defeat on the home team. Lord's inspired the Indians as England suffered a defeat in the ...
Patil offers to meet insurgents
IMPHAL, SEPT. 5. The Union Home Minister, Shivraj Patil, tonight extended a call for talks to all insurgent groups and others in Manipur. This followed an inconclusive meeting he had with a delegation of the Apunba Lup, a group of 32 ...
Zee bags cricket telecast rights for four years
CHENNAI, SEPT. 5. Zee Network clinched the rights for the telecast of the international and domestic cricket matches to be played in the country over the next four years. The Marketing Committee of the Board of Control for Cricket in India ...
Arun Jaitley, Sushma court arrest
BANGALORE, SEPT. 5.BJP leaders Arun Jaitley and Sushma Swaraj courted arrest today, with around 1,500 party activists and 50 sadhus on the fifth day of the party's agitation, demanding withdrawal of the cases against the former Madhya Pradesh ...
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 5.The six-day-old Oommen Chandy Cabinet in Kerala was expanded today with the induction of 15 more Ministers, taking the total strength to 20. The Chief Minister retained the major departments for the Congress in the ...
MLC shot dead
LUCKNOW, SEPT. 5.The Uttar Pradesh Samajwadi Party MLC, Ajit Singh, and a 12-year-old boy were killed when unidentified persons opened fire at the lawmaker's birthday party in a hotel in Unnao late last night. ...
'Personal mass' allowed
KOLKATA, SEPT. 5.With the Vatican making an exception for Mother Teresa by waiving the ban on personal mass on Sundays, special prayers were organised at the Missionaries of Charity headquarters here on the seventh death anniversary of ...
Siege toll 335
MOSCOW, SEPT. 5.A total of 335 persons have died in the school siege tragedy in the southern Russian city of Beslan. ``Any other information (about the toll) is wrong,'' the spokesman of the regional president said. ...
BAGHDAD, SEPT. 5. Saddam Hussein's former second-in-command, Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, was arrested in northern Iraq, an Iraqi Defence Ministry spokesman told Al-Hurra television today...
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