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Lull on LoC cannot be sustained: Musharraf
'Pak. was never in favour of war'
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 18. Pakistan today reacted cautiously to the statement of the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, that Islamabad was ``preparing for a fourth defeat against India''. The Pakistan Information and Broadcasting Minister, Sheikh ...
Kanchi Acharya's proposal yet to reach Muslim Board
LUCKNOW, JUNE 18. The latest proposal of the Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswati, to resolve the Ayodhya tangle was yet to reach the All-India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB), even as there were reports that the in-charge of the ...
People have trust in BJP: PM
UTTHAN (THANE), JUNE 18. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, feels that the people's trust in the BJP and the National Democratic Alliance Government led by it, and the credibility "we have gained, both before and after coming to power" are ...
'Advani a source of strength'
UTTHAN (THANE) JUNE 18. "The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, is not only a source of strength for me in the Government but he also devotes a lot of his time and energy to guide the party in its work," the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, ...
Consensus eludes ARF on Pak. entry
SINGAPORE, JUNE 18. The Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) Regional Forum (ARF) today failed to reach a definitive consensus on the admission of Pakistan as a participant-member at this stage. The sensitive issue was discussed during ...
CAS: Govt. may resort to coercion
NEW DELHI, JUNE 18. The crucial talks on the Conditional Access System (CAS) broke up today with the Government pulling out, disappointed with the rates quoted by the broadcasters for the pay channels, as the suggested price range would double ...
Uttaranchal Minister quits
DEHRA DUN, JUNE 18. The Uttaranchal Revenue Minister, Harak Singh Rawat, today resigned amid allegations of his links with an unwed mother, within hours after the issue rocked the Assembly. ``I am resigning. I will not enter the Vidhan Sabha ...
Stay in Dabhol case
NEW DELHI, JUNE 18.The Delhi High Court today in an interim order restrained the Dabhol Power Company (DPC) from going ahead with the arbitration proceedings against the Government in London in the matter pertaining to invocation of its counter ...
Bomb scare In Kolkata
KOLKATA, JUNE 18.Panic gripped the city's commercial hub this morning after an anonymous caller said a bomb had been planted in a multi-storied building next to the American Center in the Chowringhee area.
Ready to surrender
AHMEDABAD, JUNE 18.A team of the Surat police left for Mumbai today after the advocate for Surendra Shetty, father of Hindi film actress Shilpa Shetty, withdrew his anticipatory bail application and told the Gujarat High Court that he was ready ...
CISF cop sacked
NEW DELHI, JUNE 18.The CISF constable, R.N. Namdeo, who killed his Deputy Commandant at the Mumbai Airport last month, was today dismissed from service after a Court of Inquiry of the force held him guilty and found ``no reason'' for him to take ...
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