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CRA directs Karnataka to release 9,000 cusecs
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 8.The Cauvery River Authority chaired by the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today directed Karnataka to release 9,000 cusecs (0.8 tmcft) of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu "accounted on a weekly average basis for September and ...
T.N. to move SC
CHENNAI, SEPT. 8. The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, today said that the State would approach the Supreme Court at the earliest to plead for a fair deal. Tamil Nadu would otherwise be put to untold hardship and misery, she said in a ...
KC, Hurriyat leaders for structured dialogue
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 8. The Kashmir Committee (KC) and the All-Party Hurriyat Conference (APHC) today called for a ``structured dialogue'' among all parties concerned, including the people across the borders, to create conditions conducive for a ...
Decision hailed
ISLAMABAD, SEPT. 8.Pakistan's National Kashmir Committee (PNKC) today welcomed the desire expressed by the Kashmir Committee (KC) for a formal dialogue between the two. The PNKC chairman and former Prime Minister of Pak-Occupied Kashmir, Sardar ...
Pak. shells Kargil, Drass
KARGIL Sept. 8. Two civilians were killed and 10, including five soldiers, injured and an ammunition depot was gutted when Pakistani troops resorted to heavy shelling on Kargil and Drass towns since Saturday evening. The residents of Kargil and ...
Choppers join hunt for Veerappan
NALROAD STF CAMP (M.M.HILLS), SEPT. 8. The Special Task Force (STF) today started using helicopters to track down the forest brigand, Veerappan, suspected to be holed up in the Dinahalli forest in the M.M. Hills region. The operation received a ...
Modi targets Cong. at rath yatra launch
PHAGWEL, SEPT. 8. The Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, today launched his `Gujarat gaurav rath yatra' in the presence of a large gathering of BJP workers. Even senior BJP leaders were pleasantly surprised at the turnout and encouraged a beaming ...
A shame yatra: Cong.
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 8.The Congress has decried the attempt by the BJP to "once again deepen the agony of communal riots" witnessed in the State earlier this year by going ahead with the thrice-postponed `gaurav rath yatra', which it described as a ...
40 policemen killed
KATHMANDU, SEPT. 8.Forty policemen were killed and 19 injured when about 1,000 Maoists attacked a police post in eastern Nepal in their first major strike since the emergency was lifted on August 28 in the Himalyan Kingdom. Eleven policemen ...
Manisha meets Sushma
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 8.Actress Manisha Koirala today met the Information and Broadcasting Minister, Sushma Swaraj, regarding the controversial film ``Ek chhoti si love story''. The actress, accompanied by her lawyer, Satish Maneshinde, asked the ...
36 missing in bus mishap
SHIMLA, SEPT. 8.Thirty-six persons were reported to be missing, while 11 suffered injuries in a bus accident when a private bus fell into river Parvati near Tuhuk, 12 km from Manikaran in Kullu district on Saturday, according to reports reaching ...

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