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Wednesday, November 26, 2003
Soldiers may breathe easy
NEW DELHI, NOV. 25. For a layman, a ceasefire means the end of firing. But it is not that simple. To begin, the Army headquarters will have to send clear-cut orders to its formations along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir and the Actual ...
Powell calls Sinha on Indo-Pak. scene
NEW DELHI, NOV. 25.The External Affairs Minister, Yashwant Sinha, today told the U.S. Secretary of State, Colin Powell, that India hoped infiltration from Pakistan would stop. Gen. Powell had telephoned Mr. Sinha in the context of the "positive ...
U.K. hails decision
LONDON, NOV. 25.Britain has welcomed the new confidence-building measures announced by India and Pakistan and said that these demonstrate the two countries' ``commitment to addressing the legitimate aspirations of the Kashmiris.'' In a ...
Advani-Hurriyat meet likely around Christmas
NEW DELHI, NOV. 25. The proposed dialogue between the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, and the All-Parties Hurriyat Conference is most likely to take place around Christmas. This tentative timetable was decided upon at a meeting last evening ...
Resume dialogue, says Ansari
SRINAGAR, NOV. 25.The All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) headed by Moulvi Abbas Ansari has hailed Pakistan's ceasefire announcement and India's response to it, but insisted that the countries should resume the dialogue to find a solution to ...
India seeks re-launch of WTO talks
NEW DELHI, NOV. 25.India seeks to re-launch the dialogue at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) to resolve the stalemate of the Cancun ministerial conference. Affirming that this country was committed to the multilateral process in trade, the ...
Govt. ties up with WEF, CII
NEW DELHI, NOV.25. In a reversal of policy, the Government is entering into a tie - up with the World Economic Forum (WEF) and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) to support the annual India Economic Summit held by these organisations. ...
Gogoi faces Biharis' ire
TINSUKIA (ASSAM), NOV. 25. The Assam Chief Minister, Tarun Gogoi, today faced the ire of Biharis when he visited the worst-affected Tinsukia district where 29 people of the community have so far been killed in the ongoing violence. Mr. Gogoi ...
The skydiving couple
VISAKHAPATNAM, NOV. 25. For this couple, nothing less than stepping off an aircraft in flight is exciting enough. Lieutenant Rashmi Singh and Lieutenant Commander Rajiv Ashok, united in wedlock, have a soaring desire to fly high. Both embarked ...
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