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Sunday, July 14, 2002
25 killed as militants strike near Jammu
JAMMU, JULY 13. Twentyfive persons were killed and 21 injured, a number of them critically, when militants attacked a slum locality, near here this evening. The dead included 10 women, nine men, and a three-year-old boy. The militants lobbed ...
Subsidies will be reduced, procedures to be pruned: PM
NEW DELHI, JULY 13.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today laid down an eight-point agenda which the Government would follow to sustain the recent upturn in the economic situation and also to achieve the eight per cent growth projected in ...
Ready to face poll under Governor's rule: Omar
SRINAGAR, JULY 13. The National Conference (NC) president and Union Minister of State for External Affairs, Omar Abdullah, today asked the Centre to come forward and discuss the issue of autonomy for Jammu and Kashmir with the State. But he ruled ...
I will be party-Govt. link: Advani
NEW DELHI, JULY 13. Even as the `new-look' BJP today resolved to regain its ``appellation'' of being a ``party with a difference'', and cash in on what it claims to be the ``feel-good factor'' for the organisation courtesy the NDA rule ...
'Centre will consider if T.N. proposes ban on MDMK'
NEW DELHI, JULY 13.The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today said the Centre would consider if the Tamil Nadu Government sent any recommendation for a ban on Vaiko's MDMK party, an NDA constituent, which has been accused of supporting the ...
Sonia writes to PM again
NEW DELHI, JULY 13. The Leader of the Opposition, Sonia Gandhi, today wrote to the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, urging him to review relief and rehabilitation work in the violence-hit areas of Gujarat, and direct the Central and State ...
12 injured in Pak. blast
ISLAMABAD, JULY 13. At least 12 persons, including seven Germans, were reportedly injured in an apparent grenade attack in the North Western Frontier Province today. According to reports, the victims were tourists. They had stopped near an ...
UNITED NATIONS, JULY 13. The U.N. Security Council has voted unanimously to exempt American peacekeepers from the jurisdiction of the newly-formed International Criminal Court for a year, ending U.S. threats to halt peacekeeping missions. As ...
U.S. agrees to sell sensors
Washington, July 13. The U.S. has agreed in principle to sell to India sensors and other equipment to monitor terrorist infiltration and protect the borders. An American delegation will visit India before the next Indo-U.S. Joint Working Group ...
India beats England
LONDON, JULY 13.India beat England by two wickets in the one-day triangular series final at the Lord's today. England scored 325 for 5 wickets in 50 overs while India reched the wining target of 326 losing eight wickets in 49.3 overs. ...
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