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Monday, November 11, 2002
Thakre mission fails, BJP to get tough with rebels
NEW DELHI, NOV. 10. The Bharatiya Janata Party's problem of dissidence among its MLAs in Uttar Pradesh is far from over. The former party president, Kushabhau Thakre, returned here today after more than a week's stay in Lucknow without success in ...
Saddam ready to accept U.N. resolution: Arab League
CAIRO, NOV. 10. Despite official Iraqi silence, Arab Ministers indicated today that the Iraqi leader, Saddam Hussein, was ready to accept a United Nations resolution to disarm, with Syria's Foreign Minister assuring Arab Governments that the ...
U.S. has little patience
WASHINGTON, NOV. 10. Senior Bush administration officials have warned Iraq that the United States has little to no patience this time over any "games'' with weapons inspections. "We do not need to waste the world's time with another game of cat ...
Security beefed up in Godhra for 'yatra'
AHMEDABAD, NOV. 10.Security had been beefed up in Godhra town, the scene of the February 27 train carnage in which 58 people, mostly Ram sevaks, were burnt alive triggering widespread riots in Gujarat, as the Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, is all ...
Police conduct searches in Golden Temple complex
AMRITSAR, NOV. 10.Police today entered the Golden Temple complex and searched guesthouses of the Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) for weapons, as arrest warrants were issued against the former SGPC chief, Bibi Jagir Kaur, and 74 ...
Watch China's progress: Bill Gates
NEW DELHI, NOV. 10. The chairman of the global giant Microsoft, Bill Gates, has urged India to watch the progress of China in the software field, while constantly improving the education of its people to stay in the lead. Replying to questions ...
MCC rebels behead two
NAWADA (BIHAR), NOV. 10.Fifty armed members of the banned Maoist Communist Centre (MCC) attacked Harsidpur village, 22 km from Nawada district headquarters, late last night and beheaded two persons. Tension gripped the village following the ...
Pro-Musharraf, religious parties to explore Govt. formation
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 10.Exactly a month after the general elections that had thrown up a fragmented National Assembly, the military regime has hinted that if the political parties fail to come to an agreement on formation of a government, it might ...
Search on for foreign trawlers
KOLKATA, NOV. 10.The Border Security Force, the Coast Guard and the police today launched an operation to apprehend the foreign trawlers which intruded into the Indian waters at Kendo island on the Indo-Bangladesh border at the mouth of Bay of ...
Inflation rate goes up
NEW DELHI, NOV. 10.Buying spree on Diwali eve led to a sharp rise in vegetable and fruit prices, pushing the inflation rate up by 0.13 per cent to 3.02 per cent for the week ended October 26 even as the Government was able to contain the ...
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