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Monday, July 15, 2002
Terrorism in its most naked form, says Advani
JAMMU, JULY 14.The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today described the massacre of 27 persons in Jammu as terrorism in its most naked form and said that whoever planned it deserved strong condemnation. Talking to reporters this evening at ...
A narrow escape for Chirac
PARIS, JULY 14.The French President, Jacques Chirac, today narrowly escaped an assassination attempt during his inspection of the military parade in Paris to mark Bastille Day, France's national day. Police said a 25-year-old gunman, know to ...
Bid to enhance tension: Pak.
ISLAMABAD, July 14. Pakistan today condemned the killing of 27 civilians in Jammu on Saturday night by unidentified gunmen and concurred with the assessment of the Indian Government that it was a terrorist attack. A spokesman of the Pakistan ...
Issues aplenty for Opposition to take on Govt.
NEW DELHI, JULY 14. The Opposition parties will not have to work too hard to find issues to embarrass the Government during the monsoon session of Parliament beginning tomorrow. In fact, they may find it hard to find adequate time during the ...
Sajjad rules out participation in poll
SRINAGAR, JULY 14.Sajjad Gani Lone, Chairman of the Jammu and Kashmir People's Conference, an important constituent of the All-Party Hurriyat Conference, has vehemently denied reports of the possibility of his party participating in the coming ...
Advani to brief Parliament today
NEW DELHI, JULY 14.As India pointed the finger at Pakistan for the latest terrorist carnage in Jammu last evening, the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) met here to review the situation. The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, who flew to ...
NDA concern over Vaiko arrest
NEW DELHI, JULY 14. The massacre of civilians at Jammu and the arrest of the MDMK leader, Vaiko, under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA) today came up for discussion at a meeting of the National Democratic Alliance, even as it authorised the ...
Pearl case verdict today
HYDERABAD, JULY 14. Fearing a violent backlash if a guilty verdict is handed down tomorrow in the Daniel Pearl murder trial, the Pakistan authorities have deployed unprecedented security in this city where the verdict will be announced. ``We are ...
MPSC scam: more arrests likely
MUMBAI, JULY 14. With the arrest of the former Chairman of the Union Public Service Commission, S.D. Karnik and Avinash Sanas, PA to the Minister for Social Welfare, Jayawant Avlea, and a few others today for allegedly being involved in the ...
Muivah agrees to come to India for talks
NEW DELHI, JULY 14.The NSCN (IM) general secretary, T. Muivah, has for the first time agreed in writing to come to India to hold talks to further the Naga peace process, the Prime Minister's Special Emissary, K. Padmanabhaiah, said today. Mr. ...
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