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Clinton lauds India, calls for nuclear restraint
The United States President, Mr. Bill Clinton, today went all out to win over the elected representatives of the Indian people, lavishing praise on India and its achievements, emphasising the important political and social lessons it offered the world.

Can Clinton convince Musharraf?
If the U.S. President, Mr. Bill Clinton, can persuade Pakistan to end its cross-border terrorism against India, the Government would have no hesitation in resuming the talks with Islamabad, according to highly-placed sources here.

President's remarks raise eyebrows
The President, Mr. K. R. Narayanan's sharp criticism of the United States Tuesday night at a banquet he hosted for the visiting American President, Mr. Bill Clinton, is raising eye-brows here and abroad.

'Elements in Pak. Govt supporting J&K violence'
Talking tough just days before he visits Islamabad, the U.S. President, Mr. Bill Clinton, today charged ``elements'' within the Pakistan Government with supporting violence in Kashmir and said the military regime had to take note of this and resolve differences with India peacefully.

 ISRO's 'baby' safe in orbit
After some anxious moments when it seemed that the launch might have to be postponed, the Ariane 5 launch vehicle lifted off at 4.58 a.m. today from Kourou in French Guyana. Thirty-five minutes later, Indian Space Research Organisation's `baby', the Insat-3B, was safely in orbit.

Kerosene, LPG costlier
The Government tonight announced a hike in the administered prices of cooking gas (LPG), kerosene and aviation turbine fuel (ATF).

A lot has changed since 1948, says Clinton
The U.S. President, Mr. Bill Clinton, has said that the Prime Minister, Mr. A. B. Vajapyee, is going to do everything he can to avoid having the Kashmir situation escalate into a war with Pakistan and that is encouraging.

 Sonia, Clinton discuss n-issues
The U.S. President, Mr. Bill Clinton, this morning heard an Opposition point of view on India's strategic and regional concerns. In a brief but ``substantive'' interaction with the Congress(I) president, Mrs. Sonia Gandhi, and her senior advisors, Mr. Clinton sought to impress upon the Opposition the importance of American non-proliferation priorities.

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