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Thursday, May 16, 2002
We must counter terror attacks, says Vajpayee
NEW DELHIKALUCHAK (JAMMU), MAY 15.MAY 15. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, told the Lok Sabha today that the nation would have to "counter'' the gruesome massacre of innocent civilians and family members of defence personnel in Jammu. ...
Bush to PM: an outrageous act
NEW DELHI, MAY 15.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, has conveyed to the U.S. President, George Bush, that India would take "appropriate action'' in response to the terrorist killings near Jammu on Tuesday. The Prime Minister made this ...
Return to the table, Rocca tells India, Pak.
ISLAMABAD, MAY 15.At the end of her two-day trip to the subcontinent to find ways of weaning India and Pakistan away from a ``dangerous confrontation,'' the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State, Christina B. Rocca, made a forceful appeal to New ...
An act of frustration: Fernandes
JAMMU, MAY 15.Tuesday's suicide attack at Kaluchak in Jammu was an act of frustration of the Pakistani leadership and the situation called for punishing the sponsors of terrorism in the State, the Defence Minister, George Fernandes, said here ...
SP MLAs disrupt Governor's address
LUCKNOW, MAY 15.The Uttar Pradesh Governor, Vishnu Kant Shastri's address to the joint session of the State Assembly here today was marred by slogan-shouting, waving of posters and placards and throwing of paper balls towards his podium from the ...
NEW DELHI, MAY 15.The Union Finance Minister, Yashwant Sinha, today denied any "conflict of interest'' in his dealings with the Flex Industries. Neither his dignity as an MP nor his effectiveness as the Finance Minister was compromised by the ...
Delhi boy is topper
NEW DELHI, MAY 15.Alok Ranjan Jha of Delhi has topped the list of 417 successful candidates of the Civil Services (main) examination, 2001, conducted by the Union Public Service Commission for recruitment to posts, including IAS, IFS and IPS. ...
UNITED NATIONS, MAY 15.The U.N. Security Council (UNSC) on Tuesday unanimously voted to overhaul completely more than a decade old sanctions against Iraq, which will allow free flow of humanitarian supplies, but strengthen the scrutiny of items ...
Ketan Parekh held
MUMBAI, MAY 15.The controversial stock broker, Ketan Parekh, his cousin, Kartik Parekh, and Jatin Sarvaiya were today arrested by the economic offences wing of the city police for cheating a Mauritius-based company to the tune of Rs. 83 crores. ...
Train blown off tracks, two killed
Nagpur, May 15 Two people were killed and 70 others injured when all the ten coaches of the stationary Jabalpur-Nagpur passenger train were blown off the tracks during a severe storm in the Nainpur-Kevalari section of the South Eastern Railway ...
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