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Pakistan accused of double standards  Prime minister has accused Pakistan of attempting to control Jammu and Kashmir through 'cross-border terrorism' India blames Pakistan for temple attack
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PM names new deputy  Atal Behari Vajpayee has named Home Minister as deputy prime minister as part of a reorganization of the cabinet Response preparing to Kashmir massacre   Deputy prime minister will outline for parliament New Delhi's response to a militant attack India demands tough Pakistani action  Deputy PM Lal Krishna Advani says Pakistan must tear down militant infrastructure and halt infiltration into Kashmir 'Missile man' claims presidency
  Blair visits with anti-terror pledge  UK Prime Minister has held talks with his counterpart Vajpayee to ease tensions between India and Pakistan England beats India, keeps series alive  Giles spun England to a 2-run victory in a cliffhanger fifth limited-over international India debates anti-terror law  Parliament is due to hold a rare joint session as the government attempts to pass a controversial bill India hits back over 'dangerous' speech  Foreign Minister, Jaswant Singh, has responded angrily to a speech by Pakistani President Musharraf Mixed Kashmir messages  Some reports suggested that officials were trying to dispel the impression that war was imminent or likely US envoy upbeat on Kashmir  US assisant secretary of state Richard Armitage says the crisis between India and Pakistan seems to be easing   India admits spy plane downed  Officials have admitted losing an unmanned plane over Pakistani airspace and described it as a 'routine matter'   Rumsfeld launches Kashmir peace bid  US Defence Secretary has arrived for a two-day visit to India and Pakistan aimed at reducing the threat of war   'Indications' of al Qaeda in Kashmir


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  Rumsfeld talked with Indian leaders including Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee
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  The former head of nuclear program A.P.J. Abdul Kalam will be the next president after receiving 90% of legislators' vote


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  Pakistan has condemned the attack and denied implications it was involved, saying India is too quick to accuse


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Dec.4     Putin visits India
  The leaders have made terrorism 'enemy No. 1' and discussed ways to reinvigorate economic ties
Dec.13   India remembers parliament attack  Leaders unveiled a plaque at the site of an attack last year that killed 9 police officers Dec.16   Four guilty in parliament raid  The suspects are the first found guilty under controversial new anti-terrorism laws Dec.17   Parliament gunmen sentenced to death
  An anti-terrorism court has sentenced to death 3 men convicted of an attack on parliament last year
Dec.23   Prime Minister launches metro  Atal Behari Vajpayee has taken the first ride on the first train of a brand-new metro system for the capital Dec.29   India: Pakistan becoming terror hub  Deputy Prime Minister says Pakistan is doing little to curb attacks by Islamic militants in Indian-controlled Kashmir





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