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Saturday, March 15, 2003
India clips Kiwis' wings
CENTURION, MARCH 14. Words and gestures don't heal wounds; victories do. And the Indian team, already assured of a semifinal place in the cricket World Cup, overcame a disastrous start to prove a point against New Zealand on Friday and stretch ...
Bush plans summit to win U.N. backing
WASHINGTON, MARCH 14. In what is being billed as "an effort to pursue every last bit of diplomacy", the United States President, George W. Bush, is travelling this Sunday to the Island of Azores to meet with the Prime Ministers of Britain and ...
Fidayeen attack in Poonch: DSP, constable killed
JAMMU, MARCH 14. In stepped-up violence in the border belt of Jammu region, a Deputy Superintendent of Police and a head constable were killed and seven injured in a fierce encounter with fidayeen (suicide squads) holed up in a hotel in Poonch ...
Malaysia expresses regret over ill-treatment of Indians
KUALA LUMPUR, MARCH 14. Malaysia today expressed regret over the detention and ill-treatment of over 200 Indian IT professionals here and said the allegations against police were "serious" that could impair bilateral relations. The acting ...
Crude bombs found at New Delhi railway station
NEW DELHI, MARCH 14. Six low-intensity crude bombs were recovered from the autorickshaw stand of the New Delhi railway station today. The bombs were recovered a couple of hours before a Muharram procession was about to pass the station. The ...
Ultimatum to Governor
RANCHI, MARCH 14.Opposition legislators, including seven Ministers of the Babulal Marandi Government, who have staked claim to form a new government in Jharkhand, today gave an ultimatum to the Governor, M. Rama Jois, to invite them by tomorrow ...
7 water units lose ISI licence
NEW DELHI, MARCH 14.In a swoop on errant bottled drinking water manufacturers, the Government has cancelled the ISI quality mark licence of seven plants. The total number of bottled water companies facing cancellation of ISI licence has now risen ...
Bharat Ratna for Sachin urged
NEW DELHI, MARCH 14.The Lok Sabha member, Mohan Rawale, today met the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, and gave him a letter signed by several MPs demanding felicitation of ace batsman, Sachin Tendulkar, in the Central Hall of Parliament and ...
Allowed to go abroad
SRINAGAR, MARCH 14. A local court has granted permission to the surrendered founder member of the JKLF, Mohammad Hashim Qureshi, standing trial for hijacking an Indian Airlines plane to Lahore in 1971, to go to Holland for medical treatment on ...
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