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Tuesday, November 04, 2003
U.N.'s position must be restored: PM
NEW DELHI, NOV. 3.The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, said tonight that "some recent events" had put the United Nations in a "very difficult" situation. "Even the Security Council is not functioning as it should have been," he said. ...
`Interest rates cannot be a one-point agenda'
NEW DELHI, NOV. 3. The Union Finance Ministry today deflected some of the criticism aimed at the Reserve Bank for not signalling an interest rate cut by pointing out that lower interest rates could not be the one-point agenda to drive up economic ...
Talks process can be extended to militants: Mufti
JAMMU, NOV. 3. The dialogue process in Jammu and Kashmir could be extended to the militants provided they gave up arms and showed a willingness to come to the table, the Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, said here today. He was talking to ...
Aziz Ahmed Khan calls on Manohar Joshi
NEW DELHI, NOV. 3.The Pakistani High Commissioner to India, Aziz Ahmed Khan, today suggested that besides re-establishing rail and air links, India and Pakistan should resume their bilateral dialogue. During a meeting with the Lok Sabha ...
Arunachal beckons tourists
TAWANG (ARUNACHAL PRADESH), NOV. 3. The Arunachal Pradesh Government is trying its best to boost tourism in this easternmost State bordering Tibet. Here, Nature has been bountiful. From snow-clad mountains to breathtaking waterfalls, natural ...
A royal visitor for the `dabbawallahs'
MUMBAI, NOV. 3. Besides the Captains of the Navy and industry and stars of the Bollywood, Prince Charles will also have a brush with the lunch-box carriers or (`dabbawallahs') in Mumbai in his two days stay here beginning tomorrow. In Mumbai, ...
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