Wednesday, November 11, 1998, Chandigarh, India
|Pak keen on MFN status to
Agrees to work out
power sale details
NEW DELHI, Nov 10 The Indo-Pak talks on economic and commercial cooperation, the sixth issue on the composite dialogue process started between the two countries began last month in Islamabad, also failed to register much progress.
One of the crossings on the Delhi-Jaipur road in Gurgaon where traffic jams are a regular feature. Photo by T.C. Malhotra
|PM: Pak creating fear
NEW DELHI, Nov 10 Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee today charged Pakistan with attempting to internationalise the Jammu and Kashmir issue disregarding the 1972 bilateral Simla agreement and creating fear psychosis through targeted killings and propaganda.
hockey team denied visas
blames Opposition for price rise
complains to EC
stalwarts stay away from campaign
|Death stalks highway in
GURGAON, Nov 10 If Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee feels it is difficult to tell roads from potholes in Bihar, a visit to Gurgaon on the outskirts of the Capital could evoke the Prime Minister to say: "There is little difference between hell and the roads in Gurgaon".
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