Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Tuesday, May 13, 2003
Dialogue will begin at appropriate time: Sinha
NEW DELHI, MAY 12. India today reiterated that a dialogue with Pakistan could begin provided an atmosphere conducive to talks was created. This, the Foreign Office spokesman said, called for an end to cross-border terrorism and infiltration. ...
`No tacit understanding'
ISLAMABAD, MAY 12.Pakistan today dismissed as "rubbish" reports in a section of the Pakistani press that it has agreed to put the Kashmir issue on the back burner and follow the "Chinese model" in its relations with India. The Foreign Office ...
Gets back her son, at last
HYDERABAD, MAY 12.When the young mother looked at the world desolately, the sadness spread to the entire country, its collective conscience numbed. But, she was no ordinary mother. And not the one to take it lying down. Pining for her son, she ...
Mulayam launches 'oust Mayawati' rally
LUCKNOW, MAY 12. Thousands of Samajwadi Party workers today staged a demonstration here calling upon the State's people to "throw out" the Government headed by the Chief Minister, Mayawati, "who had unleashed a reign of terror against her ...
Lecturer held under POTA
MUMBAI, MAY12.A part-time lecturer at the Pune-based National Defence Academy, Anwar Ali, who was arrested under POTA last night in connection with the March 13 bomb blast in a suburban train at Mulund here, was today remanded to police custody ...
Minister's son shot dead
GUWAHATI, MAY 12. In the continuing Hmar-Dimasa ethnic conflict, Narmendu Langthasa (35), son of the Assam Hill Areas Development Minister, Govinda Chandra Langthasa, was shot dead by suspected Hmar militants today at Haflong, headquarters of the ...
IAS officer arrested
PATNA, MAY 12. A senior IAS officer belonging to the Jharkhand cadre, Ashok Singh, was today remanded to judicial custody by the Special Vigilance Court when he surrendered in the wake of the non-bailable arrest warrant issued against him on ...
Test-fired for third time
BALASORE, MAY 12.For the third time in four days, India today successfully test-fired the Astra air-to-air missile from a fixed ground launcher at the Interim Test Range at Chandipur-on-sea, 15 km from here, defence sources said. ...
4 killed in post-poll clash
KOLKATA, MAY 12. Post-panchayat poll violence in West Bengal claimed the lives of four, including three CPI(M) activists, as clashes between the CPI(M) and the RSP were reported from South 24 Parganas and North Dinajpur districts today. ...
NEW DELHI, MAY 12. The Samata Party spokesperson, Shambu Srivastava, quit the party and joined the Congress. ``I have been feeling suffocated the way George Fernandes succumbed to the Sangh Parivar ideology of communalising the Indian polity ...
Short quits Blair Cabinet
LONDON, MAY 12. In a setback to the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, his International Development Secretary, Clare Short, today resigned from his Cabinet, accusing him of breaking promises over the role of the U.N. in post-conflict Iraq. ...
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