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Monday, September 22, 2003
Is Dawood running underworld empire in Karachi?
We will fight it out legally, says Advani
ON BOARD SPECIAL IAF AIRCRAFT, SEPT. 21.Though refusing to offer any comments on either the possible political fallout or on the framing of charges against seven others in the Ayodhya case by a Special Court in Rae Bareili two days ago, the ...
ALLAHABAD, SEPT. 21.In his first public comments after resigning from the Cabinet, the Union Minister, Murli Manohar Joshi, today termed as ``unfortunate'' the Rae Bareli Special Court's decision to frame charges against him in the Babri Masjid ...
Vajpayee-Bush meet on Sept. 24
NEW YORK, SEPT. 21. Crucial talks between the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, and the U.S. President, George W. Bush, in the backdrop of the U.S. request for India's help in the stabilisation of the situation in Iraq have been deferred by a ...
Madhumita murder: CBI arrests ex-U.P. Minister
LUCKNOW, SEPT. 21. The former Uttar Pradesh Minister, Amarmani Tripathi, was arrested here today by the Central Bureau of Investigation in connection with the poetess Madhumita Shukla murder case. A CBI team, headed by two officers of the Deputy ...
Madhavan Nair is ISRO chief
BANGALORE, SEPT. 21.The Appointments Committee of the Union Cabinet issued orders on September19, confirming G. Madhavan Nair, in the post of Secretary, Department of Space. Mr. Nair told The Hindu here on Sunday that he has also been ...
3 killed in blast
JAMMU, SEPT. 21. Three persons were killed and 30 injured, six of them seriously, in a powerful blast in a shop in Rajouri town of Jammu region this afternoon. The DIG (Rajouri-Poonch), S.M. Sahai, told The Hindu that the blast took ...
India crushes China
KUALA LUMPUR, SEPT. 21.A tentative India, contending for the elusive title, opened their campaign with a 5-1 win over lowly China in the sixth Asian Cup Hockey Tournament here today. The Indians, who have yet to win this cup, led 2-0 at half ...
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 21.Spurred by the increase in prices of petroleum products, the annual rate of inflation continued to move up for the second straight week and crossed the four per cent mark for the week ended September 6. ...
DEHRA DUN, SEPT. 21. All nine bodies of mountaineers of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police team and Sherpas (porters), who had gone missing after being hit by an avalanche, have been recovered and were being brought to the Base Camp by the rescue ...
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