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Wednesday, October 16, 2002
Deadline set for PDP, Cong.
SRINAGAR, OCT. 15.The People's Democratic Forum (PDF) and the CPI (M) in Jammu and Kashmir have set a deadline of 11 a.m. tomorrow for the People's Democratic Party and the Congress to sort out the issue of Chief Ministership and come to an ...
Cong. claims support of 41 MLAs
NEW DELHI, OCT. 15.Even as various combinations and permutations are being tried out by the three main contenders for power in Jammu and Kashmir, the Congress central leadership is quite confident of being invited to form the government first as ...
Stage set for troop withdrawal?
NEW DELHI, OCT. 15.Even as the Central Government is consulting its security advisers, the die appears to have been cast for reversing the prolonged forward deployment of troops. "The troops are bound to be recalled but the modalities have to ...
Bomb blasts in Godhra, Ahmedabad
AHMEDABAD, OCT.15. At least six persons were injured in bomb blasts in Godhra and Ahmedabad this evening. Police said four persons were severely injured when a powerful bomb went off in a State road transport bus at the Godhra terminus this ...
Demons will be brought to their logical end: Vajpayee
NEW DELHI, OCT. 15. On the auspicious day of Dussehra, which symbolises triumph of good over evil, the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today sought blessings of Lord Rama in his war against terrorism. Urging people to remain united, Mr. ...
Pro-Pak. Muslims can leave: Thackeray
MUMBAI, OCT. 15. The Shiv Sena chief, Bal Thackeray, today asked Hindus to start calling India "Hindurashtra'' for which "you need no one's permission.'' Only, "our religion is to be honoured here'' and then "we will look after other ...
Pak. committed to anti-terror campaign: Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, OCT. 15. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has asserted that his country would be committed as a partner in the U.S.-led coalition in the ``war against terrorism'' and maintained that there was no cause for any apprehension on ...
Attack on priest: 5 held
MUMBAI, OCT. 15.Five persons were arrested here for allegedly attacking a priest while he was conducting a prayer service at a municipal school in Chembur here, police said today. Over a hundred worshippers of the Abundant Life Assembly Church ...
Salman seeks bail
MUMBAI, OCT. 15.In a desperate bid to seek liberty, film actor Salman Khan has urged a Sessions Court here to release him on bail in a hit-and-run case, on the ground that investigations were over and his custody was no longer required by police. ...
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