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Sunday, December 08, 2002
Pak. designs will be defeated, says PM
VADODARA, DEC. 7."Unity, peace and religious harmony'' was the cornerstone of the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee's first election address in the riot-torn Gujarat here this evening. Regretting the recent communal disturbances in various ...
Iraq submits documents
BAGHDAD, DEC. 7.The Iraqi Government, denying it had weapons of mass destruction, delivered to the United Nations on Saturday its long-awaited declaration detailing its nuclear, chemical and biological programmes. Iraqi Government vehicles ...
Sorry, Saddam tells Kuwaitis
BAGHDAD, DEC. 7.The Iraqi President, Saddam Hussein, on Saturday apologised to the Kuwaiti people for his country's invasion of Kuwait in 1990, saying he was not apologising out of weakness but a desire to set the record straight. In a speech ...
'I'm Modi's advocate'
VADODARA, DEC. 7.Plunging into the campaign trail in Gujarat for the December 12 Assembly elections, the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today described himself as an advocate of the Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, holding a brief for him. ...
No cricket with Pak.: India
KOLKATA, DEC. 7.India on Saturday rejected an invitation from the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, to play cricket there, saying sports "and cross-border terrorism cannot go together". The Sports Minister, Vikram Verma, refused to lift a ...
15 killed in blasts in Bangladesh theatres
DHAKA, DEC. 7.Fifteen persons were killed and over 200 film-goers injured in serial bomb blasts in four cinema halls in Mymensingh district town, 100 km from here, today. All the `powerful' bombs blew up in the jam-packed cinema halls one after ...
Child marriage: 20 arrested
MEERUT, DEC. 7.In violation of the Child Marriage Act, a 15-year-old boy of Gujjar caste was married to a 10-year-old girl here following which 20 persons, including the groom, were arrested on Friday, police sources said today. The incident was ...
Tension after desecration
JAIPUR, DEC. 7.Unidentified miscreants allegedly desecrated an idol in a temple in Monoharpur town, 100 km. from here, triggering tension and prompting the authorities to deploy additional forces to maintain law and order, police said today. ...
Kashmir village gutted
SRINAGAR, DEC. 7.Nearly 300 persons were rendered homeless in a devastating fire which engulfed a village of Baramulla district in north Kashmir, official sources said today. The fire originated from a house and engulfed the whole village of ...
Pak. UAV intrudes
JAMMU, DEC. 7.A Pakistani Unmanned Aerial Vehicle(UAV) violated Indian air space in the Poonch sector of Jammu region today, resulting in panic in the area, police sources said. The vehicle intruded into the Poonch sector at 6.15 p.m. and ...
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