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Saturday, February 15, 2003
We have not found weapons of mass destruction: Blix
UNITED NATIONS, FEB. 14. In a presentation that brings little cheer to the Bush administration, the top United Nations weapons inspector, Hans Blix, told the Security Council today that conditions had improved for weapons inspectors in Iraq and ...
It's not about more inspectors: Powell
UNITED NATIONS, FEB. 14.The issue in Iraq is not about ``more'' inspectors but about ``unconditional'' cooperation by Baghdad regime on its obligations and commitments under Resolution 1441, says the United States. Rejecting France's position, ...
Saddam decree bans WMD
MANAMA (BAHRAIN), FEB. 14. Signalling that Iraq has decided to shed unconventional weapons permanently, its President, Saddam Hussein, today issued a decree banning the import and production of weapons of mass destruction (WMD). ``Individuals ...
Ready for political cooperation: PM
HUBLI, FEB. 14. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today reiterated his commitment to political cooperation. Speaking after laying the foundation stone of the South-Western Railway zone here, he said that he had secured the cooperation of ...
Russian fuel for n-plant
MOSCOW, FEB. 14. India and Russia have signed a contract for the supply of nuclear fuel for the Koodankulam atomic power plant in Tamil Nadu. The $400-million deal for fuel deliveries during the first three years of the plant's operation, ...
BJP leaders in U.P. want coalition ended
NEW DELHI, FEB. 14. Leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party in Uttar Pradesh today let their central leadership know in no uncertain terms that the continuation of the Mayawati-led coalition Government in the State had increasingly become untenable ...
Warne may face 2-yr ban
SYDNEY, FEB. 14. The Australian Cricket Board has said the leg spinner, Shane Warne, faced its most serious charge of doping and would be banned for a minimum of two years if found guilty. It was earlier thought that if Warne, whose `B' ...
NEW DELHI, FEB. 14.Four days ahead of the Budget session of Parliament, a high drama was witnessed today as distress calls were sent from within the Parliament House complex to the police about a terrorist attack. A call was received by the ...
ICC warns Indian team
JOHANNESBURG, FEB. 14.The International Cricket Council today expressed concern that it has been forced to disturb the ICC World Cup preparations of the Indian team. The cause of concern is the ambush marketing activities carried out by ...
MUMBAI, FEB. 14. While the world celebrated Valentine's Day, Shiv Sainiks in Maharashtra chose to pay rich tributes to India-born astronaut, Kalpana Chawla, today and declare the day as `Kalpana Day'.
Russia bans 3 Pak. outfits
MOSCOW, FEB. 14.The Russian Supreme Court today banned three Pakistan-based extremist outfits the Lashkar-e-Taiba, the Jamaat-e-Islami and the Hizb-ul-Tahrir al-Islami and 12 other Islamic groups, a decision that would help the ...
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