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Iraq's cooperation active: Blix
UNITED NATIONS, MARCH 7. In what is a further setback to the Bush administration, the top United Nations weapons inspector, Hans Blix, has informed a deeply divided Security Council that the destruction of the Al Samoud missiles constituted a ...
We will act even without U.N. backing: Bush
NEW YORK, MARCH 7.In preparing the nation for war with Iraq that could only be a few days away, the United States President, George W. Bush, has put the United Nations on notice saying that if it comes to it the U.S. will drive the Iraqi ...
Ganguly, Yuvraj script India's win
CAPE TOWN, MARCH 7.The Kenyans lacked the power to tame a tiger as Sourav Ganguly, caged for most part of this tournament, broke his shackles to race to freedom. He batted splendidly in phases to lead from the front and script a face-saving win ...
We will go ahead with the women's bill: PM
NEW DELHI, MARCH 7. With the Samajwadi Party and the Rashtriya Janata Dal continuing to oppose the Women's Reservation Bill, the chances of its passage in the current session appear dim, even as the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, made it ...
Pak. denies Osama's sons have been arrested
ISLAMABAD, MARCH 7. The Pakistan Interior Minister, Faisal Saleh Hayat, today denied reports that two sons of the al-Qaeda leader and terrorist mastermind, Osama bin Laden, had been arrested in a joint operation by the forces of Pakistan, ...
No question of quitting: Mayawati
NEW DELHI, MARCH 7. The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mayawati, today called on the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, and discussed the `video tape' episode. Home Ministry sources said that Ms. Mayawati told Mr. Advani that the Samajwadi Party ...
Pak. spy held in Delhi
NEW DELHI, MARCH 7. THEDelhi Police today claimed to have arrested a spy engaged in supplying sensitive defence documents to the Pakistan High Commission here, almost a month after exposing Islamabad's role in financing terrorists in Jammu and ...
Sarkar Ministry sworn in
AGARTALA, MARCH 7.The fifth Left Front Ministry in Tripura, led by the CPI(M) leader, Manik Sarkar (54), was today sworn-in at a ceremony here. The Governor, Lieutenant General (retd.) K.M. Seth, administered the oath of office and secrecy to ...
NEW DELHI, MARCH 7.C.K. Jain (57), a scientist with the Central Forensic Science Laboratory, was arrested at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here today by the Department of Revenue Intelligence while he was about to board a flight to ...
LPG price revision likely
NEW DELHI, MARCH 7. The Petroleum Minister, Ram Naik, today indicated that prices of domestic cooking gas (LPG) might be revised after the Finance Minister, Jaswant Singh's replies to the debate on the budget in Parliament next week. ``His ...
HYDERABAD, MARCH 7. India today joined the exclusive club of eight nations by successfully launching an indigenously-built torpedo. The Hyderabad-based Bharat Dynamics Limited produced the torpedo, developed by scientists of the Naval Science and ...
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