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Monday, April 01, 2002
Pak. has done enough to curb terrorism: Musharraf
ISLAMABAD. The President of Pakistan, Pervez Musharraf, is of the firm view that his actions in recent months including the banning of the two terrorist organisations, the Jaish-e- Mohammed and the Lashkar-e-Taiba, thereby taking steps to curb ...
Let us look to the future, says Musharraf
THANKS TO the ban on direct flights between India and Pakistan, the route to the interview with the President of the country next door was long and circuitous, flying all the way out to Dubai to traverse the same airpath in the reverse ...
Export restrictions lifted
NEW DELHI, MARCH 31. The Government today withdrew most of the export restrictions as it outlined a new export-oriented Export-Import Policy for 2002-07, with the focus on agricultural products, small-scale sector and the newly-created Special ...
Violence claims 6 lives in Gujarat
AHMEDABAD, MARCH 31 . At least six persons were killed, including three in Ahmedabad, in stabbing and police firing, and more than 20 injured as violence re-erupted in some parts of riot-torn Gujarat after a few days of relative calm. Even as ...
Israeli army asked to `neutralise' Arafat
JERUSALEM, MARCH 31. The Israeli army has been ordered to ``neutralise'' the Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat, without attacking him physically, the military spokesman, Ron Kitrey, said today. However, the Palestinian leader, under assault in ...
Report on constitution
NEW DELHI, MARCH 31. The National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution, headed by Justice M.N.Venktachaliah, has presented its final report to the Union Government this evening.
Though the Commission's formation was mired in ...
Mosque handed over
BATALA (PUNJAB), MARCH 31. In a move that could set precedents for strengthening communal harmony in the country, a historic 17th century mosque has been handed over to the Muslims by its Sikh custodians after 55 years.
Guru Ki Maseet (Guru's ...
Temple attack: toll up to 8
JAMMU, MARCH 31. The toll in the terrorist attack on the Raghunath Temple yesterday has gone up to eight with one more person succumbing to his injuries at the Government Medical College (GMC) Jammu today.
Seven persons including three ...
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