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  • India, Pakistan Joint Statement after Natwar Singh, Khurshid Kasuri meeting
  • L K Advani's concluding statement at the National Executive Meeting
  • Advani's presidential address at the BJP National Executive Meeting
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    Political targeting, says Natwar Singh
    CHENNAI: In a telephone conversation with me on Sunday, India's External Affairs Minister, K. Natwar Singh, expressed outrage and anger over the Volcker Committee naming him as a "non-contractual beneficiary" of Iraqi oil sales in 2001 to ...

    Facts insufficient, says Manmohan
    NEW DELHI: In his first reaction to the allegation that External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh had been a "beneficiary" of oil deals with Iraq during the Saddam era, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said the facts mentioned in a U.N.-sponsored ...

    New outfit claims responsibility
    Lashkar-linked Islami Inqualabi Muhaz ``triggered the blasts''

    Manmohan visits injured in hospital
    NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Union Health Minister Anbumani Ramdoss visited Safdarjung Hospital on Sunday to convey their sympathies to those injured in the serial blasts in the capital and assured all help to them. They wished ...

    Probe proceeding in the right direction: Patil
    Investigating agencies have "lots of information," says Home Minister but refuses to elaborate

    Madurai Mayor in police net
    Arrest in connection with the road accident that killed BJP Councillor Pandeeswari

    Science van to drive home message
    CHENNAI: Students of Government schools in Tiruvannamalai district can now hope to keep pace with their peers in Chennai's private schools. A science van flagged off last week will travel to 250 schools in the district. Students can watch ...

    Encroachments root cause for flood
    Channels without ayacut areas choked by settlements

    Crimes against women rising in Tirupur
    105 elopement cases this year; mostly among migrants

    World leaders condemn blasts
    Yet another reminder that terror knows no borders: Rice

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