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Sunday, May 11, 2003
Armitage hopeful of 'step-by-step' process
NEW DELHI, MAY 10. It is for India to make up "her own mind" about what "she thinks" of the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf's statement that terrorist training camps, if any, would be gone "by tomorrow", the United States Deputy Secretary of ...
Bush supports PM's initiative
WASHINGTON, MAY 10.In what is being held out as yet another proof of the deepening of the relations with India, the United States President, George W. Bush, met India's National Security Adviser, Brajesh Mishra, at the White House on ...
TRAI to review phone tariffs
NEW DELHI, MAY 10.The stage has been set for a partial revision of the new phone tariffs with the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India today formally announcing its decision to begin consultations on various issues regarding the interconnect ...
Bid to humiliate Bihar: Rabri
NEW DELHI, MAY 10. The Bihar Chief Minister, Rabri Devi, today walked out of a conclave of Chief Ministers organised by India Today in the capital after the State was named by the magazine as the worst in the country saying the meet was ...
Arrested journalist has Hizb links: police
NEW DELHI, MAY 10. Gulam Moiudin Bhat, owner of the Srinagar-based Kashmir Press Service and an alleged confidant of the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen commander, Syed Salahuddin, has been arrested by the Special Cell of the Delhi police. A Chinese pistol ...
Maleeha Lodhi's name on the list?
ISLAMABAD, MAY 10. A day after Pakistan gave the green signal to the proposed appointment of Shiv Shankar Menon as India's top envoy to Islamabad, there is intense speculation that the Jamali Government has finalised its choice for the post of ...
GSAT-2 orbit further raised
BANGALORE, MAY 10. In the second orbit-raising manoeuvre conducted at 11.30 a.m. today, the 440 Newton liquid apogee motor (LAM) on the GSAT-2 was fired for 41 minutes on a command from the Master Control Facility (MCF) in Hassan. With this, ...
IT official surrenders
NEW DELHI, MAY 10. The Additional Income Tax Commissioner, S. Ramu, against whom the CBI had registered a disproportionate assets case and who had been on the run since March 20, surrendered before a court in Hyderabad, a CBI spokesman said here ...
Nine killed in blast
LUDHIANA, MAY 10.Nine persons, including a woman, were killed and 91 injured when an LPG cylinder exploded and set off a huge fire at around 1.45 p.m. in a hosiery factory in a thickly populated residential area here. The fire spread to four ...
Assam bandh fails
GUWAHATI, MAY 10.The 24-hour Assam bandh called by the All-Assam Minorities Students Union failed to evoke any response in the State today. Except in some pockets in lower Assam, the bandh failed to make any impact anywhere, including the ...
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