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Govt. determined on POTO, says Advani
NEW DELHI, NOV. 30. The Union Home Minister, Mr. L.K.Advani, today said that his Government had earlier hoped to get the support of the Congress for the Prevention of Terrorism Ordinance (POTO) because several State Governments, including the ... More
Harrison, the 'calm' Beatle, is dead
LONDON, NOV. 30. Mr. George Harrison, the youngest and the quietest of the Beatles, died at a friend's home in Los Angeles early this morning after a long battle with cancer. He was 58, and is survived by his wife, Olivia, and son, Dhani, both ... More
Naxals go on the rampage in A.P.
HYDERABAD, NOV. 30. Large-scale destruction of property by the naxalites of the People's War Group in Medak and Chittoor districts of Andhra Pradesh - where the extremists targeted a granite-making factory, owned by the family members of the ... More
Sehwag kept out, Mohali Test on
KOLKATA, NOV. 30. The stand-off between cricket's governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC), and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) ended on Friday with both parties climbing down from their hard stance to reach an ... More
81 rebels killed in Nepal
KATHMANDU, NOV. 30. In the first major strike against Maoists since imposition of emergency in Nepal, the army shot dead 81 rebels and repulsed an attack by the guerrillas on a military family hostel overnight. At least 70 Leftist guerrillas ... More
Bill on domestic violence against women soon
NEW DELHI, NOV. 30. The Government would introduce the Domestic Violence (Prevention) Bill during the current session of Parliament, considered by women activists as a bold step to pave the way for empowerment and emancipation of ... More
Anti-Taliban forces close in on Kandahar
KABUL, NOV. 30. Tribal fighters said they captured 80 Taliban soldiers on Friday near the airport in Kandahar as anti-Taliban forces closed in on the Islamic militia stronghold. U.S. warplanes bombed Taliban defences near the airport. The ... More
3 killed in blast
ITARSI (M.P.), NOV. 30. A blast ripped through the gunpowder processing unit of the ordnance factory, 15 km from here, killing three persons and bringing down an entire building. The blast injured two at a building used for processing gunpowder ... More
Alliance leader quits Bonn meet
KOENIGSWINTER (Germany), NOV. 30. The Afghan talks being held near Bonn appeared to suffer a major setback today with differences within the Northern Alliance coming out into the open. And contradictory messages are being given by the delegation ... More
Bush, Musharraf exchange views
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 30. The United States President, Mr. George W. Bush, and the Pakistan President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, exchanged views on Afghanistan developments. Quoting official sources, the State-run Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) ... More
Protest against arrest of girls
SRINAGAR, NOV. 30. Protesting against the arrest of nine girls by the Army and SCG search parties last night, people attacked a police station and vandalised some buildings, forcing the police to fire warning shots in the air at Bandipora in ... More

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