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Thursday, June 06, 2002
We can revive proposal for joint patrolling of LoC: PM
ALMATY, JUNE 5.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, has proposed joint patrolling by India and Pakistan to verify the termination of cross-border infiltration along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. Addressing a press conference ...
Unlikely to work: Pak.
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 5. Pakistan today rejected the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee's proposal for joint patrolling along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir to stem the infiltration of militants, saying it was nothing new and ``unlikely to ...
Situation unchanged, says Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 5.The situation in South Asia remains unchanged even after Almaty, the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, said on his return from the Kazakh capital after attending the first 16-nation Conference on Interaction and ...
Bush rings up PM, Musharraf
WASHINGTON, JUNE 5. The United States President, George W. Bush, has urged the leaders of India and Pakistan to reduce tensions and the risk of war. Mr. Bush made separate telephone calls to the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, and the ...
Narayanan may not opt for second term
NEW DELHI, JUNE 5. With the return of the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, to the capital this evening, the politics of presidential poll is likely to gain momentum. The Election Commission is scheduled to notify the time-table for the ...
India's focus on sharing intelligence with U.S.
NEW DELHI, JUNE 5. Intelligence and technology sharing between India and the United States would be the most valuable step towards the effective monitoring and prevention of Pakistan-sponsored infiltration across the Line of Control, senior ...
NCP flies MLAs out of Mumbai
MUMBAI, JUNE 5.The Nationalist Congress Party, victim of poaching by the rival Shiv Sena-BJP combine, has flown all its MLAs out of Mumbai in a chartered aircraft to an undisclosed destination to protect them from "coercion, lures and threats.'' ...
Pak. expels Indian staffer
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 5. Pakistan today ordered the expulsion of Indian High Commission staffer, Kulwant Singh, on spying charges, a Foreign Ministry statement said. The Government had declared Singh ``persona non grata on account of his ...
NEW DELHI, JUNE 5. The Supreme Court today declined to pass any order on the petition filed by the Narmada Bachao Andolan for a direction to the Narmada Control Authority not to raise the height of the Sardar Sarovar dam from 90 to 95 metres ...
JERUSALEM, JUNE 5 A suicide bomber struck northern Israel during the morning rush hour today exploding a car packed with explosives near a bus killing 18 Israelis and injuring 36 others, dealing a blow to the latest U.S. efforts to push for ...
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 5.Ravinder Pal Singh Sidhu was today suspended as Chairman of the Punjab Public Service Commission, 69 days after his arrest for his alleged involvement in a cash-for-job scam. Mr. Sidhu was arrested on March 25 while ...
U.S. upsets Portugal
SUWON (SOUTH KOREA), JUNE 5 The United States savoured its greatest victory in the World Cup era of football with a stunning 3-2 upset of highly-rated Portugal in the Group D match here today. It was a classic smash-and-grab raid as the ...
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