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February 21, 2006

FRENCH PRESIDENT Jacques Chirac's visit to the country has "significantly boosted" India's chances to acquire long-denie ...
November 21, 2006

It was External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee and not Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who went to the airport to recei ...
November 21, 2006

It was External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee and not Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who went to the airport to recei ...
November 21, 2006

India and China hope to initiate talks on an FTA agreement to expand the growing volume of trade, but negotiations will ...
April 3, 2007

Lankan premier Rajapakse remarks that while endorsing SAARC values, members must be more action-oriented than depen ...
February 28, 2006

There is no formal announcement of the visit of the US President to India, reports Nilova Roy Chaudhury.
January 14, 2006

The US Prez is expected to visit India in March, but may not address Parliament session, reports Nilova R Chaudhury.
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June 5, 2009

An elderly man’s quest to follow his faith with dignity in death has become Bri-tain's most significant case for religio ...
April 4, 2007

Pakistan's Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz offers to sell cement to India, a day after he linked improved trade between ...
December 16, 2006

Pak foreign office says Kashmir issue is about the aspirations of Kashmiris, reports Nilova Roy Chaudhury.
December 12, 2006

Pak foreign office says Kashmir issue is about the aspirations of Kashmiris, reports Nilova Roy Chaudhury.
December 6, 2006

Omar says Musharraf wants India to keep guessing over four proposals on J&K, writes Nilova Roy Chaudhury.
December 6, 2006

Pakistan react angrily to the European Parliament report calling it partisan, reports Nilova Roy Chaudhury.
November 23, 2006

In restricted talks with PM, the Chinese president supported India's bid for UNSC, reports Nilova R Chaudhury.
May 23, 2006

As Saran and Burns head to London for the last push, India is unlikely to give in much, writes Nilova Roy Chaudhury.
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