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Musharraf wants Western arms embargo on India
Uncalled for statements: Pak.
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 19. Pakistan has expressed `regret' over what it termed as ``uncalled for'' statements by the Indian leadership and officials in the recent days. A carefully-worded statement by the Pakistan Foreign Office said the Ministry of ...
Bus to Lahore may not resume on July 1
NEW DELHI, JUNE 19. Even as Indian and Pakistani officials today held a "good, cordial" meeting on restoring the Delhi-Lahore bus link, the service may not start on July 1 as proposed. The three-member Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation ...
Intensify drive against infiltration: BJP
UTTHAN (THANE DT.), JUNE 19. Bharatiya Janata Party leaders at the `Chintan Baithak' conclave here today advocated a tougher line in dealing with cross-border terrorism. However, the focus at the meet was more on domestic issues. The party ...
More clarifications sought from U.S., says Fernandes
NEW DELHI, JUNE 19.The Government is waiting for further clarifications from the Pentagon on some crucial questions before finalising its position on dispatching troops to Iraq. While the discussions held on Monday did cover some ground, ...
Muslim Law Board has an 'open mind'
LUCKNOW, JUNE 19.While the All-India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) indicated today that it had an "open mind" on the negotiations with the Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswati, to resolve the Ayodhya dispute, the Vishwa Hindu ...
Case referred to CBI
DEHRA DUN, JUNE 19.The Uttaranchal Government has referred the sex scandal case involving the former Revenue, Civil Supplies and Census Minister, Harak Singh Rawat, for investigation to the CBI. Announcing this in the Vidhan Sabha today, the ...
Godhra riots: Probe ordered
AHMEDABAD, JUNE 19.The Gujarat Government has ordered an inquiry into the alleged ``tutored'' deposition of riot victims before the inquiry commission probing the post-Godhra communal violence in the State and the presence of police officials ...
Businessman shot at
MUMBAI, JUNE 19.A local businessman was shot at by two unidentified criminals at Mahim in North-Central Mumbai this evening. Hemraj Kothari, 45, was outside his spare parts shop `Kothari and Sons' when the assailants sprayed bullets on him and ...
New ICC chief
LONDON, JUNE 19.Pakistan's Ehsan Mani today formally took over as president of the International Cricket Council, succeeding Australia's Malcolm Gray.
J&K frees 92 prisoners
SRINAGAR, JUNE 19. The coalition Government in Jammu and Kashmir has set free 92 prisoners, held under the state's Public Safety Act of 1978, since October last year, the Assembly was told today. However, there are 560 more such prisoners in ...
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