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Friday, May 24, 2002
Border situation tense, challenging: PM
SRINAGAR, MAY 23.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today described the condition on the border with Pakistan as tense and challenging and said India would not let Pakistan carry on with its proxy war any longer. Addressing newspersons ...
CCS reviews security situation
NEW DELHI, MAY 23. The Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS), headed by the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today took stock of the security situation on the borders after evaluating a variety of inputs that it had received from Government ...
Pak. gambit opens diplomatic space
NEW DELHI, MAY 23.The signals from the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, that he is prepared to control cross-border infiltration appears to have opened up a wee bit of space for the unfolding international diplomatic effort to defuse the ...
Kashmir is unfinished business: Straw
LONDON, MAY 23.In remarks that are not likely to amuse New Delhi, the British Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw, has called Kashmir "unfinished business" and stressed that the question as to "who should run Kashmir was never fully resolved". While ...
Pak. seeks U.N. intervention
ISLAMABAD, MAY 23. A day after reiterating its pledge not to allow its territory to be used by anyone for terrorist activities in the name of Kashmir, Pakistan today petitioned the United Nations seeking its help to persuade India to come to the ...
Putin may take up India's case
MOSCOW, MAY 23. The Russian President, Vladimir Putin, is expected to take up India's case with his American counterpart, George W. Bush, during the Kremlin summit tomorrow by asking him to put pressure on Pakistan to stop cross-border terrorism, ...
Chargesheet in Godhra case
Godhra, May 23. Nearly three months after the Godhra carnage, the Railway police have filed chargesheets against 66 accused, arrested in connection with the incident, that triggered an unprecedented spate of communal violence in Gujarat. The ...
KATHMANDU, MAY 23. Nepal's ruling Nepali Congress party today said it had expelled the Prime Minister, Sher Bahadur Deuba, from its ranks, angered by his move to dissolve Parliament. On Wednesday, Mr. Deuba asked King Gyanendra to disband ...
Mumbai, May 23. Stocks once again came under heavy onslaught and fell sharply pushing the sensex to end at a six-month low at 3114 on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) today.
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