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Tuesday, June 04, 2002
Appropriate steps if Pak. keeps its word: Brajesh
ALMATY (KAZAKHSTAN), JUNE3. With international pressure mounting, India and Pakistan may be beginning to narrow the gap in their perceptions of ways to lower their border tensions. India today reiterated that it was willing to take ``appropriate ...
Warn countries sponsoring terror: PM
ALMATY, JUNE 3. Amid tense standoff on the border with Pakistan, the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, said the first summit of the 16-nation Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building measures in Asia (CICA) was the ideal forum for ...
India's parameters for de-escalation
NEW DELHI, JUNE 3.Top security planners here maintained that deescalation of armed forces from the border would be "risky'' unless Pakistan demonstrated in a concrete fashion that it was ending support to terrorism. Having been "deceived'' ...
Six Pak. soldiers killed
JAMMU, JUNE 3. At least six Pakistani soldiers were killed and several of their bunkers destroyed when Indian troops opened retaliatory artillery fire on Pakistani positions across the Line of Control in the Mendhar sector of Poonch district this ...
Petrol, diesel prices up
NEW DELHI, JUNE 3. The Government today announced a price rise of about Rs. 2.50 a litre of petrol and Rs. 1.50 a litre of diesel while reducing the excise duties by two per cent on the products. Simultaneously, a mechanism has been set in place ...
Parrikar sworn in
PANAJI, JUNE 3.The BJP legislature party leader, Manohar Parrikar, was today sworn-in the new Chief Minister of a BJP-led coalition Government in Goa. The Governor, Mohammed Fazal, administered the oath of office and secrecy to Mr. Parrikar ...
Lone's son in APHC panel
SRINAGAR, JUNE 3.Bilal Gani Lone, elder son of the slain leader of the All-Party Hurriyat Conference, Abdul Gani Lone, was today inducted into the 23-member amalgam of separatist parties. Mr. Bilal was nominated as the executive member of the ...
Girl killed in canal blast
JAIPUR, JUNE 3.A ten-year-old girl was killed and three children were injured this evening in an anti-personnel mine blast in a branch of the Indira Gandhi canal at Mirzawala village of Sriganganagar district, police said. The four were bathing ...
SOUTH KOREA, JUNE 3. A late Rivaldo penalty and a goal by Ronaldo on his return to the World Cup stage gave Brazil a hugely controversial 2-1 win today against Turkey, which had two players sent off in its opening match. The defender, Alpay ...
Further to the news item published on April 6 relating to the transfer of judicial officers, the Hon'ble High Court of Madras took up suo motu contempt proceedings against the Editor, Reporter, Printer and Publisher of The Hindu. The High ...
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