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India, Pak. exchange list of n-installations
NEW DELHI, JAN. 1.India and Pakistan today exchanged lists of their nuclear installations and facilities as stipulated under the Agreement on the Prohibition of Attack Against Nuclear Installations and Facilities between India and Pakistan, 1988. ...
Two killed as Pak., U.S. forces clash
WASHINGTON, JAN. 1. Two Pakistanis were killed and an American injured in the first ever border clash between U.S. and Pakistani forces near the Afghan village of Sikhin in which an American F-16 dropped a bomb hitting a Muslim religious school ...
Vajpayee's musings draw flak
NEW DELHI, JAN. 1.The Congress and the Left parties today criticised the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee's ``musings'' from Goa. The Congress took exception to the Prime Minister equating Hindutva with Indianness. ``We don't accept his ...
No lowering of guard: Vij
NEW DELHI, JAN. 1.The new Army chief, N.C. Vij, today criticised the Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf, for hinting at plans to use nuclear weapons had Indian forces crossed into Pakistan during the tense military standoff after the December ...
More areas in Gujarat town under curfew
AHMEDABAD, JAN. 1. More areas in Dahod town in central Gujarat were brought under curfew today as communal violence continued throughout last night and spread to newer areas. At least 40 shops, cabins and houses were set afire by mobs, which ...
India a strategic partner: Japan
SINGAPORE, JAN. 1. Japan looks at India as a ``strategic partner'' in the definitive context of new perceptions that are beginning to determine the course of the ongoing global ``fight against terrorism''. Reinterpreting Tokyo's ...
Shourie included in GoMs
NEW DELHI, JAN.1.Seven Groups of Ministers, including those on labour reforms and FDI, have been reconstituted to include the Disinvestment Minister, Arun Shourie, who is also in charge of the Commerce and Industry Ministry. In the changes ...
Petrol, diesel to cost more
MUMBAI, JAN. 1.Petrol and diesel will be slightly costlier from tomorrow following a spurt in prices of crude in international markets. "There will be a slight increase from the ruling prices as per the import parity", the Petroleum Secretary, S. ...
CRA meet
NEW DELHI, JAN. 1. The meeting of the Cauvery River Authority (CRA), which was abruptly put off in November last, is likely to be convened on January 13 to discuss the water-sharing dispute between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. "There is a ...
Militants kill girl
SRINAGAR, JAN. 1. A 20-year-old girl was shot dead by militants inside her house in Shopian area of Pulwama district in south Kashmir last night. Police said the militants intruded into the house of Ghulam Rather at Gahand village last night ...
Police officer jailed
PATNA, JAN. 1. The former officer-in-charge of Shastrinagar police station, Shamshi Alam, who was involved in a "fake" encounter last Saturday, was remanded in the Beur Model jail here today. The Director-General of Police, R.R. Prasad, said here ...

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