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Hurriyat for tripartite talks
JAMMU, JUNE 5.The All-Party Hurriyat Conference said today that the 23-party conglomerate would not take part in any dialogue on Kashmir till the condition of tripartite talks involving Pakistan was accepted by the Central Government . ...
Civilians desert Akhnoor sector due to heavy shelling
PALLAHWALA (AKHNOOR), JUNE 5.Panic has gripped the forward villages of Akhnoor sector along the Line of Control due to shelling and heavy firing from across the border targeting civilian areas in the last one week. This has resulted in migrations ...
Insurance cover for Amarnath pilgrims from this year
SRINAGAR, JUNE 5.The Jammu and Kashmir Government has decided to provide insurance cover to all the pilgrims visiting the holy Amarnath shrine from this year. Measures were underway for devising a system for registration of Amarnath pilgrims ...
ITBP plans more battalions in J&K
NEW DELHI, JUNE 5. The Indo-Tibet Border Police (ITBP) plans to deploy additional battalions in Jammu and Kashmir in a bid to beef up its presence in the State in view of the prevailing security scenario. The Central para-military force is ...
Deshmukh bid to woo back PWP
MUMBAI, JUNE 5. With the Nationalist Congress Party having more or less burnt its bridges with the Peasants & Workers Party, the Maharashtra Chief Minister, Mr. Vilasrao Deshmukh, met the former ally here today on behalf of the entire ruling ...
Tough time for visa-seekers
NEW DELHI, JUNE 5. Tough times lie ahead for visa-seekers to Australia and the United Kingdom. Within days of advising their "non-essential'' staff to quit the country, the High Commissions of both these countries introduced curbs on issuing ...
Park-and-ride culture to decongest Connaught Place
NEW DELHI, JUNE 5. In a bid to reduce pollution levels and promote integrated parking, the Delhi Transport Department, Traffic Police and Delhi Tourism have joined hands to develop the park and ride culture for decongestion of the business ...
U.P. Cong. chief quits
NEW DELHI, JUNE 5. A major shake-up in the Uttar Pradesh unit of the Congress seems likely, with its president, Sriprakash Jaiswal, resigning. Though Mr. Jaiswal said he was quitting to give the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, a free hand to ...
Toll in bus accident rises to 44
NEW DELHI, JUNE 5. The toll in yesterday's train-bus collision in Etah district of Uttar Pradesh has risen to 44. The accident took place when the Kanpur-Kasganj Express, hit a private bus at a manned level-crossing between Sahawar and Badari ...
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