2009, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
using terrorism as state policy: PM New
Delhi, January 6
Prime Minister Manmohan
Singh today accused Pakistan of having a direct role in Mumbai
terror attacks while Home Minister P Chidambaram laid a wish
list to the state that includes having a designated person in
each of the police stations across the country exclusively to
bristles over Manmohan remark; says 26/11 evidence not credible Pakistan on Tuesday
regretted Indian Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh's allegation
that it is pursuing terrorism as state policy and that it is
whipping up war hysteria. “This is a baseless allegation,”
national security adviser Mahmud Ali Durrani said when asked for
comments on Dr Singh's statement in New Delhi on Tuesday. He
said Pakistan being a victim of terrorism itself was committed
to fight the menace. Agencies quoted Pakistan as saying that
such an approach was “fraught with grave risks”.
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against Pak shared with UNSC envoys New Delhi, January 6
India today continued with its
diplomatic offensive against Islamabad by briefing envoys from
different countries on the involvement of elements in Pakistan in
the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.
With the security forces
locked up in a gun battle with militants from the last seven
days, Bhatti Dhar is ready to witness commando action.
Security personnel take up positions on the 7th day of the Bhatti Dhar encounter in Poonch. — PTI
strike ruled out Jammu, January 6
The ongoing encounter has
become one of the longest encounters between the terrorists and the
security forces after the declaration of November 2003 ceasefire
between India and Pakistan.
out in Delhi
New Delhi, January 6
After a day's respite, fog once
again returned to the capital today hitting air and rail traffic with 50
flights, both domestic and international, being delayed and 18 others
cancelled even as 40 trains were running behind schedule.
scam judge transferred to Punjab & Haryana HC Chandigarh, January 6
Less than a fortnight after the
Supreme Court recommended the transfer of Justice R Mishra in connection
with the Uttar Pradesh provident fund scam, he will be sworn in as a
judge of the Punjab and Haryana High Court. The names of Justice Mishra
and three other high court judges were recommended for transfer by the
Apex Court collegium.
NRIs, non-resident govt Chaheru
(Kapurthala), January 6
takes two to tango. Non-resident Indians
think so, the Punjab government doesn’t.
The government, in starting a very public
“wave of development” movement, said it
would go fifity-fifty in sharing the
expenses if NRIs chipped in to set up
sewerage and piped-water supply facilities
to change the face of its villages.
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