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Tuesday, March 11, 2003
PM for 'middle-path' approach to Iraq
NEW DELHI, MARCH 10.The Vajpayee Government today failed to bridge the differences in perception with some of its allies and the Opposition over India's stand on the impending war on Iraq. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, elaborated ...
U.K. Minister threatens to quit
LONDON, MARCH 10. The political crisis facing the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, over Iraq deepened today after one of his most high-profile Cabinet Ministers the International Development Secretary, Claire Short, threatened ...
Srinath leaves Lankan lions wounded
JOHANNESBURG, MARCH 10. A great venue extracted a great performance from a team, which has now assumed a menacing character in its bid to win the coveted ICC Cricket World Cup. The massive 183-run triumph at the Wanderers earned India a place in ...
North Korea test-fires missile
BEIJING, MARCH 10.both of whom have been profiled by Washington as ``proliferators'', Pyongyang today test-fired a short-range anti-ship cruise missile. The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK or the North) explained, too, why it ...
Excavation from tomorrow
FAIZABAD, MARCH 10. Excavations by the Archaeological Survey of India at the disputed Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid site in Ayodhya will begin on Wednesday in accordance with the directives of the Allahabad High Court to seek evidence whether or ...
BSP, SP members clash in LS
NEW DELHI, MARCH 10. The simmering tension between the Samajwadi Party (SP) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) today boiled over in the Lok Sabha, with MPs from both sides almost coming to blows. The incident occurred during zero hour, and the ...
SC notice on Shah's plea
NEW DELHI, MARCH 10. The Supreme Court today issued notice to the Maharashtra Government on a petition from the film financier, Bharat Shah, seeking discharge in the case of alleged Bollywood nexus with the underworld on the ground that the trial ...
LTTE vessel sunk
COLOMBO. MARch 10. The Sri Lankan Navy today said it sunk "an LTTE vessel carrying warlike material" 185 nautical miles east of the Mullaittivu. Eleven LTTE cadres on board the sunk ship were killed, while three sailors and an officer on board a ...
2 militants held
LUCKNOW, MARCH 10. Two militants of the Jaish-e-Mohammad, planning disruptive activities in Delhi and Mumbai, were arrested by the special task force of the Uttar Pradesh police in Muzaffarnagar. On a tip off that terrorist groups were setting up ...
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