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Friday, April 05, 2002
`WHAT FACE WILL I SHOW TO THE WORLD?'
Gujarat incidents a blot: PM
AHMEDABAD, APRIL 4.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, has made no secret of his displeasure about the way the Narendra Modi Government in Gujarat has handled the riots and asked the people to shun violence and restore amity and peace in ...
Israel takes over Nablus
NABLUS (WEST BANK), APRIL 4.Israeli troops on Thursday took over Nablus, the West Bank's largest city, fought intense battles with gunmen barricaded in nearby refugee camps and tightened a cordon around armed Palestinians holed up in Bethlehem's ...
Powell to visit West Asia
WASHINGTON, APRIL 4. The U.S President, George Bush, is sending his Secretary of State, Colin Powell, to West Asia to give an impetus to the peace process and to bring about an end to the violence. The trip to the region could come as early as ...
Muslims' ultimatum to CM
AHMEDABAD, APRIL 4.Muslims affected in the riots in Gujarat today showed their strong disappointment with the Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, and threatened to mob him if violence was not stopped immediately and urged the Central Government to ...
AHMEDABAD, APRIL 4.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today announced an additional compensation of Rs. 1 lakh each to the families of those killed in the Gujarat riots from the Prime Minister's Relief Fund, besides what they are getting ...
Interpol letter on Kuwaiti girl?
NEW DELHI, APRIL 4. The controversy surrounding the Kuwaiti girl, Dhalal Salag al-Azmi, who flew into Chennai on a forged passport, has taken a new turn with the Kuwaiti Embassy here reportedly handing over a letter from Interpol to the Ministry ...
De-escalation unlikely in near future
NEW DELHI, APRIL 4.Contrary to earlier indications, India's troop deployment along the Indo-Pakistan border is likely to be a prolonged affair at least till autumn this year. Highly placed Government sources said the Government earlier ...
Handed over for extradition
NEW DELHI, APRIL 4. The CBI has extradited an accused wanted in a bank fraud case in the United States to stand trial in that country. In probably the first case of extradition of a wanted accused from India, the CBI handed over Yogesh Ratilal ...
Yasin Malik breaks fast
SRINAGAR APRIL 4. The senior Hurriyat leader and JKLF chairman, Mohammad Yasin Malik, has ended his 11 days-old hunger strike following the assurance from three top human rights activists that an inquiry would be initiated into the alleged ...
Pay hike for teachers
NEW DELHI, APRIL 4.Nearly 25,000 primary school teachers belonging to the Union Territory cadres and Kendriya Vidyalayas would get enhanced payscales with the Union Cabinet giving its clearance to the long-pending issue, the Human Resource ...
Hurriyat firm on not contesting J&K polls
SRINAGAR APRIL 4. The Hurriyat Conference today said that it was not joining any electoral process in Jammu and Kashmir which was aimed at forming a Government. Castigating the ruling National Conference (NC) for letting loose a "reign of ...
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