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India ready to meet 'civilian needs' of Iraqi people
NEW DELHI, OCT. 18. India does not seem to have any immediate plan to send troops to Iraq following the passage of a new, "unanimous" United Nations Security Council resolution, but says it is ready to help meet the "civilian needs" of the Iraqi ...
We will crush cross-border terrorism: Advani
NEW DELHI, OCT. 18.The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today asserted that India would not rest till it broke the back of cross-border terrorism and told Pakistan to abandon the proxy-war against India or risk becoming an ostracised state. ...
Togadia allowed to proceed to Ayodhya
LUCKNOW, OCT. 18. A day after the Uttar Pradesh Government foiled the Vishwa Hindu Parishad's attempts to organise a "sankalp sammelan" [meet to take a pledge for the construction of a Ram temple] at Ayodhya, the authorities today ignored their ...
PM to discuss SC ruling on strikes with unions soon
NEW DELHI, OCT.18. The Union Labour Minister, Sahib Singh Verma, will shortly call a meeting of trade union leaders with the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, to discuss the fallout of the Supreme Court ruling on the right to strike. The ...
No one can take away my Indianness: Sonia
BEED (MAHARASHTRA), OCT. 18. The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, said here today that no amount of personal accusation against her could "snatch away my Indianness". "Why is that some people who say they alone are `nationalists' are so scared ...
Baglihar hydroproject: Pak. team coming today
NEW DELHI, OCT. 18.Pakistan's Commissioner for the Permanent Indus Water Commission is arriving here tomorrow with his team for an inspection of the 450 MW Baglihar hydroproject in Jammu and Kashmir. India has accepted the "special request'' for ...
`Push for multipolar world need not be confrontationist'
NEW DELHI, OCT. 18. The External Affairs Minister, Yashwant Sinha, said today that it was "important to differentiate" between American power and unilateralism. "It is not necessary that one leads to the other," he claimed. Delivering the Ninth ...
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  • CRA meet to be convened after monitoring N.E. monsoon
  • Why Goa, asks Bengal CM
  • Rape of diplomat: massive manhunt
  • Petition against use of POTA rejected
  • `Law and order situation in Delhi worsening'
  • JPC on soft drink norms to resume hearing
  • Coca-Cola plant pollution probe claims discounted
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