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Tuesday, October 01, 2002
Pakistan must be held accountable: PM
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 30.Describing the recent terrorist attacks as a sign of "our enemy's desperation", the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, said today that Pakistan should be held accountable for its continued sponsorship of terrorism in India. ...
Every country has the right to pre-emption: Jaswant
WASHINGTON, SEPT. 30.The Finance Minister, Jaswant Singh, says that every country has the right to pre-emption and that this doctrine is not the prerogative of any one nation. Arguing that nothing "revolutionary or new'' had been cited in the ...
SC asks CMC to visit Mettur dam
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 30.The Supreme Court today directed the Cauvery Monitoring Committee to complete its task of inspecting the water level in the Mettur dam, and to visit the Cauvery delta areas in Tamil Nadu to assess the ``ground realities'' ...
J&K third phase polls today
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 30.Amid tight security and fear of violence, 27 segments in Anantnag, Pulwamma, Udhampur and Kathua districts go to the polls tomorrow in the third phase of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections. Militants have attacked three ...
Relief for farmers
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 30. The Centre tonight announced a drought relief for Kharif crops and oilseeds ranging between Rs. 5 and Rs. 20 a quintal to be given over and above the minimum support price (MSP) declared last Thursday. The Union Agriculture ...
Probe into Salman case
MUMBAI, SEPT. 30. The Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister, Chhagan Bhujbal, today instituted a high-level probe into the accident case involving the film star, Salman Khan. The Joint Commissioner (Law and Order), Javed Ahmed, will conduct the probe ...
Petrol, diesel prices up
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 30.Despite a spurt in the International crude prices, the oil marketing companies have increased the prices of petrol and diesel marginally between 23 and 28 paise a litre for a fortnight from tomorrow. ...
Bank strike called off
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 30. The one-day strike called by a bank union tomorrow has been called off following Government assurance to look into the issues raised by the unions. ``The Government has agreed to constitute a committee to look into the ...
Raunaq Singh dead
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 30. Noted industrialist and founder-chairman of the Rs 2,700-crore Apollo Group, Raunaq Singh, died here today following a heart attack. The 80-year-old business icon, who stepped down from the Chairmanship of the Group only a ...
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