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Sunday, April 21, 2002
NDA is united, says PM
NEW DELHI, APRIL 20. Reverting to his pre-Panaji stance when he had taken a strong position against the Gujarat violence, the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today sought to silence speculation over differences in the ruling National ...
BJP leaders discuss strategy
NEW DELHI, APRIL 20. With the impasse over the Gujarat issue, continuing in Parliament, the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today discussed the situation and strategy with his party colleagues here today. The meeting held at the Prime ...
We stand by our demand: Naidu
HYDERABAD, APRIL 20.The Telugu Desam Party, a key ally of the BJP-led coalition at the Centre, has made it clear that there is no rethinking or softening of its demand for a change of leadership in Gujarat and that it would continue to press for ...
Fernandes claim denied
TUTICORIN, APRIL 20.The AIADMK Parliamentary party leader, P.H. Pandian, today categorically denied the Defence Minister, George Fernandes' claim that he had "clarified'' to the latter that the party supremo and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, ...
Sachin catches up with the Don
PORT-OF-SPAIN, (TRINIDAD), April 20: India's ace batsman, Sachin Tendulkar, dedicated his 29th Test century to his late father after leading the visitors to a satisfying 262 for four on the first day of their second Test against the West Indies. ...
Pak. asks Indian official to leave
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 20. Pakistan today declared A. K. Khanna, an official of the Indian High Commission here as persona non grata and asked him to leave the country by April 27. On Friday, he was picked up, roughed up and kept in captivity on ...
U.N. team for Jenin
UNITED NATIONS, APRIL 20.The U.N. Security Council has unanimously voted for a resolution presented by the United States, backing a ``fact-finding'' mission to the Palestinian refugee camp in Jenin but stopped short of calling for an ...
39 Indians die in mishap
DUBAI, APRIL 20.Thirtynine Indians were among 46 persons killed in one of the worst road accidents in the Sultanate of Oman yesterday, when a bus fell into a ravine in Dhofar province, after the driver reportedly lost control. ``We do not have ...
'BSF men raped girl at gunpoint'
SRINAGAR, APRIL 20.Three Border Security Force (BSF) personnel attached to the 58th battalion in Pahalgam have been arrested on the charge of raping a teenaged girl in Kullar village of Anantnag district. The accused, Head constables Kishan ...
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