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    Kashmir: new road map taking shape
    NEW DELHI, NOV. 18. After two days of "listening'' and "learning'' in Srinagar and Jammu, the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh's thinking on Jammu and Kashmir appears to be acquiring a definite shape which, in turn, could become the basis of the ...

    Manmohan invites all groups for talks
    JAMMU, NOV. 18. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, today wound up his two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir by extending an open invitation to all groups which can contribute to peace regardless of political affiliation. Addressing a press ...

    'I too was a refugee'
    JAMMU, NOV. 18. ``I too was a refugee and can understand the pangs and sufferings of people uprooted from their soil,'' Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said today. Visibly moved by the plight of Kashmiri Pandits, the Prime Minister said: ``My ...

    Orders on plea for police custody today
    KANCHEEPURAM, NOV. 18. The Kancheepuram Judicial Magistrate-I, G. Uthamaraj, will pass orders by 10.30 a.m. tomorrow on the petition seeking police custody of the Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswathi. The Magistrate said today that he ...

    Video footage shows arrest guidelines were followed: prosecution
    CHENNAI, NOV. 18.The prosecution has a strong case against the Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswathi, in the killing of the manager of the Sri Varadarajaperumal temple, Kancheepuram, in September, K.T.S. Tulsi, senior counsel appearing ...

    Godhra carnage mastermind arrested
    AHMEDABAD, NOV. 18. Two more accused in the Godhra train carnage, including its mastermind, Salim Zarda,were arrested today. While Zarda was picked up from Broach by a special Gujarat police team following a tip-off, Farookh Abdul Sattar Gadi ...

    Hurriyat ready for another round of talks
    SRINAGAR, NOV. 18. The All-Parties Hurriyat Conference today clarified that its demand of allowing its leadership to Pakistan was not a condition and said it was ready to hold another round of talks with the Centre. But it was waiting for a ...

    Rollback of print media policy ruled out
    NEW DELHI, NOV. 18. The Union Minister for Information & Broadcasting (I&B), S. Jaipal Reddy, today said the Government had no intention of rolling back the new print media policy — introduced by the previous regime — allowing foreign ...

    Dixit holds talks on border issue
    SINGAPORE, NOV. 18. The fourth round of specialist talks between India and China on their boundary dispute began in Beijing today. The National Security Adviser and India's Special Representative, J.N. Dixit, and the Chinese Executive ...

    Zahira's brother turns hostile
    MUMBAI, NOV. 18: Seventeen-year-old Nasibullah, younger brother of Zahira, today turned a hostile witness and refused to admit that he had named the 10 accused in the Best Bakery case in his statement to police. At the re-trial here, he said ...

    A South African team slightly short on class and confidence
    Thirteen years after their return to International Cricket, South Africa are no longer the force they once were in world cricket. It was quite amazing to see the SA team compete with the top teams in the world in the 1992 World Cup on equal ...

    Ready to apologise: Uma Bharti
    NEW DELHI, NOV. 18.The former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Uma Bharti, today expressed her willingness to apologise to the Bharatiya Janata Party president, L.K. Advani, for her outburst at a party meeting last week. — PTI ...



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