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Monday, May 06, 2002
Infiltration in Kashmir has gone down, says U.S.
WASHINGTON, MAY 5.Infiltration across the Line of Control in Kashmir from Pakistan has declined recently, in the assessment of the United States, senior Bush administration officials say. But they reserve judgment as to the significance of that ...
PM to consult allies on Speaker nominee
NEW DELHI, MAY 5.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, is to hold consultations with the National Democratic Alliance before finalising the next possible Speaker of the Lok Sabha, now that the Telugu Desam Party has declared that it is not ...
4 killed, curfew in Ahmedabad
AHMEDABAD, MAY 5. At least four persons were killed and 20 others injured as violence once again broke out in Ahmedabad and Vadodara today, shattering the fragile peace in riot-torn Gujarat. ( According to UNI, six persons were killed, two of ...
Pak. military brass to meet today
ISLAMABAD, MAY 5. The top brass of Pakistan military is meeting here tomorrow to take stock of the prevailing environment in the region and other professional issues. To be presided over by the Pakistan President and Chief of the Army Staff , ...
Landslide for Chirac
PARIS, MAY 5.France's incumbent conservative President, Jacques Chirac, today scored a landslide victory over his far right opponent, Jean Marie Le Pen, to win a second Presidential term. The republican front that the French had striven to build ...
MAY 5. Noted classical singer, Shubha Mudgal, was briefly detained at Hong Kong's International Airport amidst reports of mounting concern of racial profiling by immigration authorities, a charge denied by the Government of the former British ...
Srinagar, May 5. The confrontation between the former Hizb-ul Mujahideen commanders in Kashmir and the outfit's PoK-based leadership deepened today with one of the three expelled leaders, Zaffar Abdul Fateh, challenging their decision accusing ...
Mizo CM to join talks
AIZAWL, MAY 5. The Mizoram Chief Minister, Zoramthanga, will participate in the coming round of talks between the Centre and the NSCN(I-M) in Bangkok, sources in the Chief Minister's Office said here today. Mr. Zoramthanga would be leaving ...
SIMI leader held
LUCKNOW, MAY 5. The chief of the Uttar Pradesh unit of Student Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), Noman Badra, was arrested here today while he was allegedly distributing ``objectionable literature'', a police official said. Badra, who was on ...
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