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Since 1st March, 1999
Jamali invites, Atal fights shy
Pakistan today formally invited Atal Bihari Vajpayee to Islamabad, but the Prime Minister declined to rush into talks at the “highest political level” right away. ...  | Read.. 
Old link in tea rebel payoff
Assam inspector-general of police (special branch) Khagen Sarmah today dropped hints that the tea majors found paying “protection money” to Bodo militants following investigations into the alleged “Tata Tea-Ulfa nexus” had p ...  | Read.. 
After 12 years, Nepal seeks more democracy
Their political leaders may be fractious and their democratic polity unstable, but there seems to be a consensus among the Nepalese that their country needs more of democracy and not less. The mere suggestion that parlia ...  | Read.. 
Asians too hot for Emperor of India
Racism slur on Indian restaurant in Britain after a couple is turned away
An Indian restaurant admits that it regularly turns away Asian diners because they are too much “hassle” and are liable to complain that the food is not spicy enough. ...  | Read.. 
AB Vajpayee in New Delhi on Saturday. (AFP)
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offering to discuss trade ties without waiting for a Kashmir solution
Brakes on drive to cap size of ministry
With less than a week left in the budget session, the government appears uncertain about moving ...  | Read..
Pak drops Kashmir from top slot
Pakistan has made an offer that India cannot refuse. ...  | Read..
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Mayavati claims crime feather in cap
Mayavati, who completed one year in office today, said she has now lea ...   | Read.. 
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Pain, anger in burnt village
Two days after four elderly Congress activists fell to rampaging CPM c ...   | Read.. 
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Multinational force to bring stability to Iraq
A multinational force will deploy in Iraq this month to try to stabilise a ...   | Read.. 
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Pak’s gesture in Dubai
The flood of gestures between New Delhi and Islamabad found an echo in ...   | Read.. 
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Summer of discontent
The author is professor of philosophy and of law and governance, Jawaharlal ...   | Read.. 
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Maruti gambles on its bestseller
Maruti Udyog, the country’s leading car maker, says it will continue to ri ...   | Read..