2009, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
won't hand over suspects Islamabad, January 4
the eve of a top US diplomat's visit here to push Pakistan to
act against the Mumbai attack perpetrators, Islamabad today
rejected India’s demand to hand over terror suspects linked to
the strikes, insisting that there was no extradition treaty
between the two countries.
"We have a treaty with the US, we do not have an extradition treaty with India. Please do not compare, every situation is not
identical. — Shah Mahmood Qureshi
India for diplomatic offensive against Pak
New Delhi, January 4
Its patience with Pakistan
running thin, India is set to launch a major diplomatic
offensive to ask the international community to intensify
pressure on Islamabad to comply with its obligation to bring to
justice the perpetrators of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack.
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Does the government need to toughen its stand against
must give cast iron guarantees: PC New Delhi, January 4
Holding that Pakistan would
have to give “cast iron guarantees” that its soil will not be
used to launch a terror attack like Mumbai carnage, India has said
that it would have to pay an “enormous price” if such a strike
A view of Kufri after snowfall on Sunday morning. Tribune
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News Analysis Kilinochchi capture a severe blow to LTTE morale
Last October LTTE leader Velupillai Prabhakaran said in an e-mail interview with an Indian magazine that capturing the LTTE’s stronghold of Kilinochchi was just a day-dream for Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa.
Govt to spend Rs 1 lakh crore in 100 days New Delhi, January 4
“The stimulus package vindicates the UPA government’s pledge to secure jobs and ensure economic growth,” Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Ashwani Kumar said.
PDP pulls out of
UPA Srinagar, January 4
Barely a week after the declaration of poll results and the new coalition arrangement between the Congress and the National Conference, the PDP today decided to disassociate itself from the UPA at the Centre.
MPs fail to utilise funds
fully Sukhbir Badal, Navjot Sidhu among poor performers Chandigarh, January 4
Most low-profile Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha members in Punjab have been able to make the most of the MPLAD (MP Local Area Development) fund while the performances of their high-profile counterparts, like SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal, Navjot Singh Sidhu and Ashwani Kumar, have been rated as just satisfactory, poor and very poor by the State Planning Department.
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