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Tuesday, September 10, 2002
No proposal for Kashmir panel to visit Pak.: PM
Advani holds meeting on J&K elections
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 9.The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today held a meeting with his Cabinet colleagues and the BJP leaders on the coming Jammu and Kashmir elections. The meeting was attended, among others, by the Defence Minister, George ...
ICC row ends; Ganguly, Tendulkar, Dravid in team
KOLKATA, SEPT. 9.India will send its best team to the Champions' Trophy to be played in Sri Lanka from September 12 to 30. The team, led by Sourav Ganguly, will have all the other stars, including Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Anil ...
Indian arrested for hijack bid
COLOMBO, SEPT. 9.A 37-year-old Chennai resident today tried to hijack an Air Seychelles Boeing 737 that had taken off from Mumbai with 72 people on board but was overpowered by alert cabin crew and arrested soon after it landed at Male airport on ...
`He brandished a knife'
MUMBAI, SEPT. 9. Authorities here, on the basis of information from the commander of the Air Seychelles aircraft in which a passenger "brandished a knife,'' discount a serious hijack attempt and even suspect that the passenger involved could ...
`J&K elections not the way out'
ISLAMABAD, SEPT. 9.With just a week to go for the first phase of the Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir, former Prime Minister and President of Pak-Occupied Kashmir (PoK) and chairman of Pakistan's Kashmir Committee, Sardar Muhammad Abdul ...
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 9.Two MiG 21 fighter planes of the Indian Air Force, on routine flights, crashed today in Haryana and Rajasthan but the pilots bailed out safely. A MiG 21 crashed in the fields on the outskirts of Chaurmaspur village, 30 km ...
MUMBAI, SEPT. 9.Manisha Koirala, who plays the female protagonist in the controversial film `Ek Chhoti Si Love Story', was today summoned by the Bandra Police, even as the actress denied having received any such communication from the police. ...
Sharma's bail plea rejected
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 9.The Delhi High Court today dismissed the bail petition of senior IPS official, Ravi Kant Sharma, prime suspect in the murder of journalist, Shivani Bhatnagar, saying that the prosecution has collected sufficient prima facie ...
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