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    Let Pakistan make formal proposal, says Natwar Singh
    ON BOARD SPECIAL AIRCRAFT, NOV. 13. The External Affairs Minister, K. Natwar Singh, today expressed India's readiness to look at the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf's formula for resolving the Kashmir imbroglio if it was formally proposed by ...

    Arrest guidelines violated: Jethmalani
    CHENNAI, NOV. 13. Having ``grossly violated'' the constitutional provisions safeguarding personal liberty, the Tamil Nadu police, who have arrested the Kanchi Sankarcharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswathi, have to explain their action and produce ...

    India, Russia plan big oil-gas deals
    NEW DELHI, NOV. 13. India and Russia are poised to sign an agreement during the December 3-4 visit of the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, which will transform relations. A massive $3-billion Indian investment in two oil and gas fields ...

    Mutt's transactions to be probed
    CHENNAI, NOV. 13. Even as the police continue to pursue the leads in the probe into the Sankararaman murder case, in connection with which they have arrested Sri Jayendra Saraswathi, the Income-Tax Department has initiated a preliminary enquiry ...

    Five killed in stampede at Delhi railway station
    NEW DELHI, NOV. 13. Tragedy struck at the crowded New Delhi railway station this afternoon when four women and a teenaged girl were killed and 10 others sustained injuries in a stampede that broke out on an over-bridge leading to platform No. 3. ...

    18 injured in Imphal bomb blast
    IMPHAL, NOV. 13. Eighteen persons, including two women and two children, were injured in a bomb blast in front of the Assam Rifles headquarters at Kangla Fort in Imphal. At Senapati and Churachandpur district in Manipur, militants attacked ...

    Jammu and Kashmir Guest Control Order stayed
    JAMMU, NOV. 13. The Jammu and Kashmir High Court has stayed the State Government's controversial Guest Control Order, which came into operation on November 5. The order, passed on October 27, had restricted the scale of hospitality, the ...

    Butt scripts Pakistan's victory
    KOLKATA, NOV. 13. Pakistan scripted a scintillating six-wicket victory keeping with the legacy of the venue by mastering India for the third successive time at the Eden Gardens here on Saturday. The Pakistan triumph, in the one-off one-day ...



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