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Monday, June 03, 2002
We will respond if Pak. shows results on ground: PM
ALMATY (KAZAKHSTAN)NEW DELHI, JUNE 2.JUNE 2. After weeks of unabated tension, India today showed the first signs that a thaw in its relations with Pakistan was possible, provided it was convinced that Islamabad genuinely ``intended to curb ...
`India determined but not impulsive'
SINGAPORE, JUNE 2. The Defence Minister, George Fernandes, came close to giving an assurance to the international community that India would not attack Pakistan as feared when he said today that New Delhi "will not be impulsive'' in dealing with ...
Injured Indian staffer to be sent home soon
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 2.Efforts are on to send home the Indian High Commission staffer, Kulwant Singh, who suffered serious injuries at the hands of Pakistani authorities yesterday, as he was not being allowed to receive proper medical care here, ...
Musharraf appeals to Vajpayee for peace talks
DUSHANBEMUZAFFARABAD, JUNE 2.(PAKISTAN) JUNE 2. The Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf, insisted today that Pakistan will not start a war with India over Kashmir and reiterated his appeal to the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, for peace ...
Mixed bag for NDA allies
NEW DELHI, JUNE 2. Ruling party candidates have fared well in the just-concluded by-elections to the Lok Sabha and Assembly seats. For the NDA allies, it has been a mixed bag. While the ruling Telugu Desam Party retained the Amalapuram Lok ...
Armed intruders in IAF station?
NEW DELHI, JUNE 2.An extensive combing operation was launched at the Indian Air Force Station at Aya Nagar in South Delhi after a civilian employee allegedly spotted three armed men entering the area around 11 tonight. According to reliable ...
No Indo-Pak. meet in Almaty
ALMATY, JUNE 2.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today ruled out talks with the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, on the sidelines of the day-long CICA summit on Tuesday. ``No meeting (with Gen. Musharraf) is planned," Mr. Vajpayee ...
Fire in palace
LONDON, JUNE 2.A fire broke out at the Buckingham Palace on Sunday, police said, forcing officials to evacuate hundreds of people preparing for a star-studded concert celebrating Queen Elizabeth II's 50 years on the throne. No member of the ...
Al-Qaeda warns U.S.
CAIRO, JUNE 2. The Arab daily, Al-Hayat, published today what it said was a statement from an Al-Qaeda spokesman warning the United States to get ready for another attack. ``What is coming to the Americans will not, by the will of God, ...
Parrikar to be sworn in today
JUNE 2.The BJP legislature party leader, Manohar Parrikar, will be sworn in as the Goa Chief Minister tomorrow after his party, which emerged as the single largest group, secured the crucial support of regional allies such as the Maharashtravadi ...
NEW DELHI, JUNE 2.A sharp fall in the price of fruits and food articles pushed the inflation down by a marginal 0.13 per cent to 1.43 per cent, for the week ended May 18, as against 5.59 per cent a year ago. Though prices soared for ...
IBARAKI (JAPAN), JUNE 2.Gabriel Batistuta scored a 63rd minute header as Argentina kicked off its World Cup campaign with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Nigeria.
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