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Pro-Taliban coalition forges ahead in Pak. polls
ISLAMABAD, OCT. 11. A day after the elections to the National Assembly and four provincial assemblies in Pakistan, the only thing certain is the spectre of uncertainty. With no single party or combination of parties in a position to command a ...
ISLAMABAD, OCT. 11. The former Pakistan Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto has said that her party was willing to work with the President, Pervez Musharraf in forming a new government, provided he agreed to abide by a ``system'' to be mutually worked ...
Cong. focus on getting enough MLAs in J&K
NEW DELHI, OCT. 11. The flush of victory within the Congress on Thursday over the Jammu and Kashmir election results seemed to pale within 24 hours in the teeth of the nitty-gritty of coalition politics, and the party tonight was non-committal on ...
Six Independents with us, says Azad
SRINAGAR, OCT. 11.Hectic efforts are on to give a formal shape to government formation in Jammu and Kashmir after a fractured verdict in the just-concluded elections. The Congress and the People's Democratic Party (PDP) have emerged as the two ...
Peace Nobel for Carter
OSLO, Norway, OCT 11. The former U.S. President, Jimmy Carter (78), won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for his peace mediation efforts and promotion of human rights in what the awards committee said was a criticism of current U.S. policy and ``a ...
PM wants more pressure on Pak.
COPENHAGEN, OCT. 11. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, said here today that he was under no pressure to begin a dialogue with Pakistan as has been repeatedly suggested by his European Union interlocutors. Mr. Vajpayee, who was speaking ...
Paes-Bhupathi combine magic works
BUSAN, OCT. 11. Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi joining hands in tune with the wishes of their thousands of fans and friends to once again conquer the ATP tour does not seem likely in the near future. It could also never happen ...
SC notice to Krishna
NEW DELHI, OCT. 11.For the second time in a month, the Supreme Court today issued notices to the Karnataka Chief Minister, S. M. Krishna, and others on the second contempt petition filed by the Tamil Nadu Government, accusing Karnataka of ...
U.P. Cabinet expanded
LUCKNOW, OCT. 11.The U.P. Chief Minister, Mayawati, today carried out the much-awaited expansion of her Ministry, inducting 57 new members, 12 of them of Cabinet rank, 16 Ministers of State with independent charge and 29 Ministers of State. ...
MUMBAI, OCT. 11.Four persons were killed three in police firing and one in a stabbing incident during clashes between Muslim-Hindu groups in Solapur town today after a Muslim organisation called for a bandh protesting the reported ...
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