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Pak. trade team hopes ties will improve
WAGAH BORDER (AMRITSAR), JULY 4. A 58-member Pakistani delegation crossed over into India from the International Border here this morning in the hope that the small step it took across the border would go a long way in improving ties between the ...
She has her own agenda
WAGAH BORDER (AMRITSAR), JULY 4.While for the senior members of the Pakistan delegation the next week will be all about business, the youngest member, four-year-old Ayesha Butt, who is accompanying her parents, has other things on her mind. On ...
Ready to face probe: Punjab CM
NEW DELHI, JULY 4. The Shiromani Akali Dal chief, Parkash Singh Badal, today dared the Punjab Chief Minister, Amarinder Singh, to arrest him and declared that he was prepared to face a judicial inquiry into allegations of corruption. A day ...
'Advani has exceeded brief'
NEW DELHI, JULY 4. For the second successive day, the Congress took the Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister, L.K. Advani, to task for his remarks against the Punjab Chief Minister, Amarinder Singh."The Home Minister has exceeded his brief," ...
Badal's workshop, petrol pump searched
CHANDIGARH, JULY 4.While the sleuths of Punjab's Vigilance Bureau searched yet another property belonging to the family of the former Chief Minister, Parkash Singh Badal, in a disproportionate assets case today, BJP leaders met the Governor and ...
Rao writes to Sonia
NEW DELHI, JULY 4.The former Prime Minister, P.V. Narasimha Rao, has written to the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, expressing his inability to attend the Shimla conclave of the party commencing on July 7. In his letter, Mr. Rao is reported ...
No case for PM to quit, BJP tells VHP
NEW DELHI, JULY 4. The Bharatiya Janata Party "does not approve'' of the demand for the Prime Minister's resignation made by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader, Ashok Singhal, in Thiruvananthapuram, on Thursday. "The VHP should increase ...
Bengal rivers in spate
SILIGURI, JULY 4.The flood situation in north Bengal turned grim today with incessant rains lashing the area and all major rivers flowing close to the danger level. ``Though there was no loss of life so far, the situation might worsen any ...
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