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Monday, April 28, 2003
We will respond in `a few days': Jamali
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 27. Pakistan's Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, today raised hopes of forward movement on the Srinagar `peace initiative' of the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, by welcoming it. In an informal chat with ...
We cannot wait for Pak. to give peace a chance: Mufti
JALANDHAR, APRIL 27. India cannot wait for Pakistan to give peace a chance, the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, said today. "Whenever there is a peace move in the State or an overwhelming desire shown by the people for ...
Air India hardens stand, suspends 15 more pilots
MUMBAI, APRIL 27. Promising to be harsh and tough, the Air India management today suspended 15 more pilots raising the total to 27 even as the Indian Pilots Guild prepared to move the High Court here to challenge the management. The airline has ...
Reports of 13 SARS cases awaited
NEW DELHI, APRIL 27. Even as the number of confirmed SARS cases in the country stood to seven, the pathological results of 13 suspected cases are awaited. One suspected case, who was discharged from a Mumbai hospital and advised home ...
Vajpayee Govt. a role model, says Advani
CHARBHUJA (RAJASTHAN), APRIL 27. The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today termed the Vajpayee Government a model of good governance and appealed to the people to help install such governments in all the States going to the polls this ...
'Wanted' Iraqi General captured
QATAR, APRIL 27. The U.S.-led forces said today that they were holding Gen. Hussam Mohammad Amin al-Yasin, head of Iraq's National Monitoring Directorate and a key figure in U.N. weapons inspections. The Central Command here said that he was ...
Balasore, (Orissa), April 27.
Ex-Minister killed by pet
LUCKNOW, APRIL 27.
4 militants killed
BARAMULLA, APRIL 27.
Pandya murder: weapons recovered
AHMEDABAD, APRIL 27. The CBI has recovered the weapons claimed to have been used in the murder of the former Gujarat Minister of State for Home and Revenue, Haren Pandya. In an impromptu media conference here tonight, the CBI director, P.C. ...
Inflation rate rises
NEW DELHI, APRIL 27.
AI blast trial
VANCOUVER, APRIL 27. Two Sikh militants go on trial for murder tomorrow, nearly 18 years after an explosion ripped through Air-India Flight 182, killing 329 people. Ripudaman Singh Malik and Ajaib Singh Bagri were part of a group of Sikh ...
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