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Thursday, June 26, 2003
India, China to act in concert on WTO issues
Musharraf committed to stopping cross-border incidents, says U.S.
WASHINGTON, JUNE 25. The United States is of the view that the Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf, has committed to "a hundred per cent effort" in trying to stop "cross-border incidents"; and this was a subject addressed by the U.S. President, ...
VHP will be included in talks on Ayodhya: BJP
GWALIOR, JUNE 25. The BJP today said the Vishwa Hindu Parishad would be included in talks to resolve the Ayodhya dispute after the Centre received a proposal from the Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswati, in this regard. Denying any ...
Hi-tech security for Parliament
NEW DELHI, JUNE 25. The first phase of the hi-tech security measures in the Parliament complex are likely to be in place by this winter session. The measures include some of the latest gadgetry available in early identification of labels, ...
'Kargil blocked Kashmir solution'
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 25. The former Pakistan Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, has alleged that but for Kargil a "historic resolution" on the Kashmir issue would have been reached long ago. In his first-ever interview since choosing to go into exile in ...
6 Pakistani prisoners freed
AMRITSAR, JUNE 25.India today released six Pakistan nationals, lodged in different jails for the past two years, in response to Islamabad's gesture of releasing Indian prisoners last month. The six prisoners were brought here by the Pakistan ...
Blast on train
TIRUPATI, JUNE 25. Two persons were injured in an explosion in one of the bogies of the Arakonam-Tirupati passenger tonight. Sources said the blast occurred when gelatine sticks, being clandestinely carried by a passenger went off accidentally ...
'Foam was the culprit'
WASHINGTON, JUNE 25. Investigators probing the Columbia space disaster today blamed the breakaway foam as ``the most probable cause'' for the disintegration of the spacecraft that killed Kalpana Chawla and six other astronauts. ...
Explosion near mosque
AHMEDABAD, JUNE 25. A bomb went off in a house near a mosque at Vatva locality here late tonight leaving three persons injured, police said. Inspector S.K. Ninama of the Vatva police station said the incident took place in the Gaffori Masjid ...
`LTTE preparing for war'
COLOMBO, JUNE 25.The Sri Lankan President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, today warned that the LTTE, which pulled out of the peace talks in April, was preparing for war and that security forces were ill-prepared to meet a threat to the northern ...
SURAT, JUNE 25. The Surat police have arrested one more person from Mumbai in connection with the alleged extortion case involving the parents of Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty, police said here today. The police arrested Padmanathan Gopal ...
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