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Wednesday, March 05, 2003
Move on Ayodhya has no political motive: PM
NEW DELHI, MARCH 4.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today asserted in the Rajya Sabha that the Government's decision to approach the Supreme Court on the Ayodhya issue was not guided by any political consideration. Explaining the ...
Mayawati tape issue rocks Lok Sabha
NEW DELHI, MARCH 4.The Mayawati episode the allegation that the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister had asked her party MPs and other elected representatives to give to the party fund a "percentage of the commission they get" on works done by ...
No trust move against Mayawati Govt.
LUCKNOW, MARCH.4. In a day of swift political developments in the wake of the cassette and CD controversy, the entire Opposition in Uttar Pradesh, led by the Samajwadi Party, today served a notice of no-confidence against the Mayawati Government. ...
Bush talks to Vajpayee on Iraq
NEW DELHI, MARCH 4. The U.S. President, George W. Bush, telephoned the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, this evening and exchanged views on the Iraq situation. Official sources said the two leaders also touched on the efforts at the United ...
Statement made under pressure, says Hurriyat activist
NEW DELHI, MARCH 4.Resiling from her earlier statement that she had received money from the Pakistan High Commission here to fund separatist activities in India, the arrested Hurriyat activist, Anjum Zamrooda Habib, has told a Delhi court that ...
Veerbhadra Singh to be Himachal CM
SHIMLA, MARCH 4. The senior Congress leader, Veerbhadra Singh, was today unanimously elected leader of the party's legislature group in Himachal Pradesh paving the way for his becoming the State's next Chief Minister. The name of the ...
SHILLONG, MARCH 4.D. D. Lapang (Congress) was today sworn-in as the new Chief Minister of Meghalaya. Twentyseven Cabinet Ministers and 10 Ministers of State were also administered the oath of office and secrecy by the Governor, M. M. Jacob, at ...
Pak. Major suspected of having Al-Qaeda links
ISLAMABAD, MARCH 4. Pakistani intelligence personnel have reportedly detained a Major of the Pakistan Army, Adil Qudoos, who is described as an uncle of Ahmad Qudoos, who was arrested at the weekend along with Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the alleged ...
England captain resigns
PORT ELIZABETH, (South Africa), March 4. Nasser Hussain has stepped down as the England one-day captain after the team failed to reach the Super Sixes phase of the World Cup. ...
10 killed in bus accident
JAMMU, MARCH 4.
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