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Concerns over terrorists acquiring Pak. nuclear arms remain: Putin
MOSCOW, NOV. 30. The Russian President, Vladimir Putin, has expressed the fear that Pakistan's weapons of mass destruction could fall into the hands of ``bandits and terrorists''. The assurances of the Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf, on ...
Exemplary handling of riots by Modi, says Advani
BHUJ (KUTCH), NOV. 30.The Bharatiya Janata Party today launched its campaign for Gujarat Assembly elections with the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, seeking the people's mandate for Narendra Modi who according to him is the "most popular, ...
Advani dares Pakistan
BHUJ, NOV. 30. The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today dared Pakistan to fight a fourth direct war with India instead of engaging in a proxy war targeting temples and innocent civilians. Charging Islamabad with nursing a wound since the ...
Mani's bail plea fails
MYSORE, NOV. 30. The Kollegal Magistrate Court today rejected the bail application of the Periyar Dravida Kazhagam activist, Kolathur Mani, and adjourned the hearing till December 13. This has come as a setback to the Karnataka Government's ...
Disinvestment depends on PM, Advani: Shourie
NEW DELHI, NOV. 30. The Disinvestment Minister, Arun Shourie, today placed the onus for the future progress of disinvestment on the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, and the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani. He said the outcome now depended ...
Jamali Govt. may review cases against Benazir
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 30. Having been reduced to a minority, following the decision of the Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) to sit in the Opposition, the Jamali Government is believed to be considering a review of the cases against the former Prime ...
Nine injured in Srinagar blast
SRINAGAR, NOV. 30. Nine persons, including six Jammu and Kashmir police personnel, were injured in a mine blast at Victory Crossing Khanyar here today. Sources told UNI that militants detonated a powerful improvised explosive device planted at ...
Petrol, diesel prices slashed
NEW DELHI, NOV. 30.State-run oil companies today slashed petrol and diesel prices by 59 to 72 paise per litre, effective from midnight today. Petrol would cost Rs. 28.91 a litre in Delhi as against the prevailing Rs. 29.57 a litre ...
32 killed in accident
JAMMU, NOV. 30.At least 32 persons were feared killed when a mini-bus skidded off a bridge and fell into the Chenab river this afternoon in Doda district of Jammu region. Police sources told The Hindu that the bus was on its way to Guha ...
Rann of Kutch rocked
NEW DELHI, NOV. 30.An earthquake of slight intensity shook the Rann of Kutch region of Gujarat early today, the Meteorological Department said. The quake, measuring 4.0 on the Richter scale, occurred at 4.10 a.m. Its epicentre was ...
Over 100 children die of "mysterious" disease
SAHARANPUR (U.P.), NOV. 30.Over 100 children are believed to have died due a ``mysterious'' disease in Saharanpur and adjoining areas in western Uttar Pradesh in the past four-five days, causing panic among people, a senior district health ...

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