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Wheels of the bus must keep on moving

NEW DELHI: The magnitude of the resistance from some quarters to the Srinagar-Muzzafarabad bus only underscores its historic novelty and overall significance for the peace process in Kashmir. Surrendering to terrorists is not an option for Delhi, but this is going to be a battle of wills all the way, with only incremental gains possible.


Week That Was

Compiled by K.S. USHA DEVI

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Historic exchange at LoC in Kashmir

India and Pakistan exchanged bus passengers yesterday in joyous ceremonies on the heavily-guarded ceasefire line in divided Kashmir for the first time in almost 60 years, defying Islamic insurgents and bolstering a faltering peace process.

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Militant killed in attack on govt complex

A militant was killed and three people wounded during an attack yesterday on a complex where 25 people due to take a historic trans-Kashmir bus were being kept for their protection, police and a military official said.


City of wonder

Don't let the size of this tome intimidate you. It's really one of the most riveting books on India you're ever likely to read.

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Pakistan cricketer Malik reunites with wife in India

Pakistan's historic cricket tour of India, a sign of growing warmth between the rivals, has helped reunite cricketer Shoaib Malik with the Indian wife he married over the telephone.


Foo friends and other muic news

The latest news from the world of contemporary music.


Teen helping adults fight ‘bad guys’

Soon after Sept 11, 2001 when Ankit Fadia was 14 years old, he was requested by a US international intelligence agency to decipher an encrypted message from Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda network. The young IT genius from New Delhi was paid a handsome sum when he decrypted the message.


Air quality plunges amid dry season

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Avalanche death toll rises to 244

Nearly a week after avalanches buried villages in Kashmir, army medical teams arrived Friday in hard-hit areas to treat the injured and dig out the dead as the death toll rose to 244.