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Thursday, April 11, 2002
Time not ripe to give up Eelam goal: Prabakaran
KILLINOCHCHI, (NORTHERN SRI LANKA), APRIL 10. The leader of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), Velupillai Prabakaran, claimed here today that he was sincere about peace and wanted a political solution with the Sri Lankan Government but ...
Get Prabakaran extradited, Cong. tells Centre
NEW DELHI APRIL 10. The Congress today called on the Central Government to "initiate steps to extradite the LTTE chief, Prabakaran'' for his complicity in the assassination of the former Prime Minister, Rajiv Gandhi. It also lamented that the ...
India to help restore temple at Angkor Wat
SIEM (CAMBODIA), APRIL 10. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, called on the Cambodian monarch, King Norodom Sihanouk, in Phnom Penh today before flying to Siem Reap this evening, from where he will visit the adjoining Angkor Wat complex ...
Agreement on CNG dispensation
NEW DELHI, APRIL 10. Amid continued shortage of buses on the Capital's roads and inadequate supply of CNG, the Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, and the Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister, Ram Naik, today agreed to hasten the process of ...
HC directive to Mumbai cabs
MUMBAI, APRIL 10.The Bombay High Court today observed that all 137 Premier D model diesel taxis plying on diesel and petrol in the city should be converted into CNG by May 31, 2002. A bench, comprising C.K Thakkar and S. Radhakrishnan, said ...
Suicide attack ahead of Powell visit
MANAMA (BAHRAIN), APRIL 10.At least eight persons were killed and more than a dozen injured in a suicide attack on a bus near the Israeli city of Haifa. It was the second major attack against civilians since the army launched its massive military ...
Train derails, Nitish stranded
AMBALA, APRIL 10.The passengers of the Kalka-Jodhpur Express had a providential escape when four coaches of the train derailed at an Ambala city crossing, after hitting a bullock shortly after midnight on Tuesday, railway sources said. The ...
Five killed in Doda district
JAMMU, APRIL 10.Five members of a family two women and three children were killed by terrorists in Nagin Danda, under the Tehri Tehsil of Doda district, on Tuesday night. Four other children were also injured in the attack. ...
Communal clash in Kalyan claims 3 lives
MUMBAI, APRIL 10. An old feud between two persons belonging to different communities led to a fight, which later resulted in mob violence and arson and claimed the lives of three persons in Kalyan town near here. Curfew was subsequently imposed ...
Haven't quit: Suresh Prabhu
MUMBAI, APRIL 10.Though the Shiv Sena has sought and secured the resignation of Suresh Prabhu, who now holds the energy portfolio in the Vajpayee Government as the party's nominee, Bal Thackeray, Shiv Sena supreme, denied any such step had been ...
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