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Friday, December 27, 2002
India, U.S. not to surrender nationals to any tribunal
NEW DELHI, DEC. 26.India and the United States today signed an agreement whereby neither country will surrender persons of the other country to any international tribunal without the other country's express consent. The agreement, signed by the ...
MiG crashes in J&K; IAF rejects militant's claim
JAMMU, DEC. 26. A civilian was killed and his son injured when a MiG-21 fighter aircraft of the Indian Air Force (IAF) crashed into his house on the outskirts of Srinagar. However, the pilot bailed out to safety before the crash. Though the IAF ...
Not apologetic about agenda: BJP chief
HYDERABAD, DEC. 26."The BJP is not going to be apologetic or ashamed of its agenda and the Gujarat experiment shall be replicated in all the States before the next elections to reach the target of 300 seats,'' the party president, M. Venkaiah ...
PM launches rly. projects
NEW DELHI, DEC. 26. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today dedicated to the nation three cost-intensive railway projects under the Rashtriya Rail Vikas Yojana (RRVY) and called for stepped-up efforts to mobilise funds from ...
Kelkar report to be made public today
NEW DELHI, DEC. 26. After two false starts, the report of the two task forces on direct and indirect taxes, headed by Vijay Kelkar, are scheduled to be made public tomorrow. After facing a barrage of criticism on the ``consultation papers'' ...
Militants kill 3 of family in J&K
JAMMU, DEC. 26.For the fourth time in a week, another family was almost wiped out in Jammu and Kashmir. Police said that a group of militants entered the house of Mohammad Shafi Wani, a teacher in a Government school, at Gopalpora village in ...
7 gunned down in Bihar
PATNA, DEC. 26. Seven persons, including two women and three children, were gunned down by a criminal gang in Barichak village under Masaurhi police station of the district on Wednesday. Police said the gang, led by Sunil Kranti, expelled from ...
India lose one-dayer
AUCKLAND, DEC. 26. India's batting woes continued as the struggling side went down by three wickets to New Zealand in the first one-dayer here today in a low-scoring but gripping match on yet another seamer-friendly wicket. Playing without ...
Return to Hinduism
RAMPUR, DEC. 26. As many as 130 Christian families returned to Hinduism at a function held in Tanda town of Rampur district. The function, organised by the religion renaissance division of the RSS, was attended by several Hindu leaders, ...
Govt to back BCCI, players
INDORE, DEC. 26. The Government will support the Cricket Board and the players on the vexed contracts issue, the Union Minister of State for Sports, Vikram Verma, said today. "As long as the stand taken by the BCCI and the players on the ...
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