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    BLAIR BACKS DELHI'S QUEST FOR SECURITY COUNCIL SEAT
    India, Britain to combat terrorism in 'all its forms'
    LONDON, SEPT. 20. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, and his British counterpart, Tony Blair, today signed a Joint Declaration, defining "a comprehensive strategic partnership" and avowing to "take our relationship to a new level." Building on ...

    EDUSAT placed in orbit
    SRIHARIKOTA, SEPT. 20. India once again demonstrated that it is a world leader in space when its Geo-Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-FO1) raced into the sky from the spaceport at Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh, at 4.01 p.m. today and put ...

    No equivocation: Blair
    LONDON, SEPT.20. Welcoming the incipient India-Pakistan peace process, the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, today condemned "totally and absolutely" the Pakistani-sponsored terrorism in Kashmir, and said there was "no equivocation" on the ...

    'Australia threatens to pull out of series'
    MUMBAI, SEPT. 20. With the legal battle between ESPN-Star Sports (ESS) and Zee Telefilms Ltd. over telecast rights on, Cricket Australia has threatened to pull out of the four-Test series against India next month if the matches are not telecast. ...

    `Unceasing work for social justice, communal harmony'
    HYDERABAD, SEPT. 20. Swami Agnivesh, social activist, and Asghar Ali Engineer, scholar and activist, have been jointly selected for this year's prestigious Right Livelihood Honorary Award in recognition of their ``unceasing work for social ...

    Unified headquarters set up in Manipur
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 20.The Government has set up a unified headquarters in Manipur to coordinate anti-insurgency operations. Headed by Chief Minister Ibobi Singh, it has been in place from September 16. Apunba Lup begins ...

    NCP-Congress joint manifesto soon: Pawar
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 20. The Nationalist Congress Party chief and Union Minister, Sharad Pawar, today said his party would release a joint election manifesto with the Congress in Maharashtra soon. "Both the parties have appointed a small group to ...



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