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Monday, July 29, 2002
India should allow 'outsiders' to monitor J&K polls: Powell
NEW DELHI, JULY 28. The U.S. Secretary of State, Colin Powell, said here today that Kashmir was "on the international agenda" and asked India to allow "outsiders" to monitor the coming Jammu and Kashmir elections to add credibility to the ...
New Delhi not to allow international observers
NEW DELHI, JULY 28. India today made it clear that it would not allow international observers to either investigate or certify the coming elections in Jammu and Kashmir. The Foreign Office spokesperson told presspersons that India did not object ...
Infiltration not taking place now: Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, JULY 28. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, seemed to have pre-empted any worthwhile discussion on cross-border infiltration as he told reporters while receiving the United States Secretary of State, Colin Powell, today that ...
Advani expresses `regret' to Jayalalithaa
CHENNAI, JULY 28. The Deputy Prime Minister and Union Home Minister, L. K. Advani, today sought to end the unseemly controversy over Chief Ministers not being invited to the swearing-in ceremony of the President by expressing ``regret'' to the ...
India bags second gold
MANCHESTER, JULY 28.India picked up its second gold medal in the 17th Commonwealth Games when Anjali (Ved Pathak) Bhagwat and Suma Shirur won the women's 10m air rifle pairs in the shooting competition. The Indian duo scored 795 points to beat ...
Flood situation worsens in Bihar
PATNA, JULY 28. Army and civil authorities intensified relief operations in the flood-hit districts of Bihar today as the situation aggravated following heavy showers in the catchment areas in Nepal and foothills. Besides helicopters of the ...
Benazir wins party ballot
ISLAMABAD, JULY 28.The former Pakistan Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto, emerged the undisputed leader of her party today in time to contest national polls in October, setting the scene for a showdown with the military Government of the President, ...
BANGALORE, JULY 28.Cartoonist N. K. Ranga died of a massive heart attack at his brother's residence here today, family sources said. The 77-year-old N. K. Ranganath, popularly known as Ranga, collapsed suddenly and fell unconscious after his ...
Ukrainian crash toll 83
KIEV, JULY 28.The toll from the crash of a Ukrainian air force jet during an air show in western Ukraine on Saturday has risen to 83, the Ministry for Emergency Situations said on SundayOf the 116 persons injured, when the plane ploughed into a ...
Salman can go abroad
JODHPUR, JULY 28.A local court has allowed the Bollywood actor, Salman Khan, prime accused in a case of poaching of black buck, to go abroad even as yet another prosecution witness turned hostile. The court of the Chief Judicial Magistrate, S. ...
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