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Thursday, September 12, 2002
J&K Minister, guards shot dead at poll rally
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 11.In a setback to the National Conference and to the electoral process in Jammu and Kashmir, a militant today shot dead the Minister of State for Law and National Conference (NC) nominee from the Lolab constituency, Mushtaq Ahmed ...
Row over sabotage theory
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 11.The Railway Minister, Nitish Kumar, and the Railway Board Chairman, I.I.M.S. Rana, today recanted the sabotage theory in relation to the Howrah-New Delhi Rajdhani express tragedy which had raised eyebrows among those in the ...
Cong. steps up offensive against Modi
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 11.The Congress today stepped up its offensive against the Narendra Modi Government in Gujarat, demanding its dismissal and imposition of President's rule in the State. The party also emphasised that Mr. Modi should be ...
2 militants killed in Karachi shootout
ISLAMABAD, SEPT. 11.Two suspected Al-Qaeda militants and a girl were killed and five militants captured in Karachi today as police engaged the militants in a three-hour shootout that coincided with the first anniversary of September 11.The ...
Attempt to sabotage polls: PM
NEW YORK, SEPT. 11. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today said the assassination of the Jammu & Kashmir Law Minister, Mushtaq Lone, was an attempt to sabotage the election process in the State. The Foreign Office spokeswoman said this ...
PSLV launch today
BANGALORE, SEPT. 11.India's first exclusive meteorological satellite, METSAT, would be launched tomorrow. It is expected to improve services being provided by INSAT. PTI ...
Logo changed, nod awaited
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 11.Sahara India today announced a change in their official sponsorship logo to ``Subrata'' after the International Cricket Council and the Board of Control for Cricket in India objected to it because of a contract conflict with ...
Cauvery: T.N. moves SC
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 11.The Tamil Nadu Government today moved the Supreme Court for a direction to quash the `ad hoc' decision of the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, heading the Cauvery River Authority (CRA), in asking Karnataka to release ...
MiGs crash: snags ruled out
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 11.Ruling out any major snags in the engine of the upgraded MiG-21 BIS fighters, the Chief of Air Staff, S. Krishnaswamy, today said that the first crash of the new MiGs on Monday could have been caused by the failure of ...
PM, Bush to discuss 'broad bilateral agenda'
NEW YORK, SEPT. 11. The U.S. President, George W. Bush, will be discussing the "broad bilateral agenda'' that will include the problem of the Line of Control and Kashmir when he meets the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, here on Thursday, ...
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