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Wednesday, June 05, 2002
Cross-border terrorism has to end for talks: PM
ALMATY, JUNE 4. India and Pakistan were unable to make any further headway in easing their military tensions today, despite the reiteration by the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, that New Delhi would take "appropriate consequent steps'' if ...
No handshake, eye contact
ALMATY, JUNE 4. There was no repeat of the dramatic Kathmandu handshake by the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, with the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, at the 16-nation Asian security summit, where the two leaders studiously avoided ...
Serious and positive signals from Musharraf: Putin
ALMATY, JUNE 4. The Russian President, Vladimir Putin, today told the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, that the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, had given ``serious and positive signals'' to end the current military standoff with India. ...
Putin has invited us: Musharraf
ALMATY, JUNE 4.The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, announced here today that he would be visiting Moscow at the invitation of the Russian President, Vladimir Putin. Mr. Putin had also told him at their meeting today that an invitation would ...
N-arms possession implies usage: Musharraf
ALMATY, JUNE 4. The possession of nuclear weapons implies that there are circumstances under which they will be used, but it is "irresponsible" for a leader to discuss such things, the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, said today. Asked by ...
Prove majority, Deshmukh told
MUMBAI, JUNE 4.The Maharashtra Governor, P.C. Alexander, has asked the Chief Minister, Vilasrao Deshmukh, to prove his Government's majority on the floor of the Legislative Assembly "quickly" and certainly within the next 10 days. Accompanied by ...
Rumsfeld coming on June 9
NEW DELHI, JUNE 4.The United States Defence Secretary, Donald H. Rumsfeld, is expected here on a day's visit on June 9 as part of a full-scale diplomatic offensive to avert a war between India and Pakistan. Mr. Rumsfeld will be meeting the ...
Re-poll in 58 booths
NEW DELHI, JUNE 4. Rejecting the DMK and PMK's demand for a complete re-poll in the Saidapet Assembly constituency in Chennai, the Election Commission has ordered a re-poll in 58 polling stations on June 6. Counting will be taken up on June 7. ...
Pak. stops staffer convoy
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 4.Pakistani police today prevented the injured Indian High Commission staffer, Kulwant Singh, from crossing over to India by road to get medical attention. Pakistani highway police intercepted the convoy of vehicles carrying ...
South Korea's first win
BUSAN, (South Korea), JUNE 4.
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