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Tuesday, June 03, 2003
No decision `as of now' on sending troops to Iraq: PM
PM avoids query on 'retirement'
LAUSANNE (SWITZERLAND), JUNE 2. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, has again refused to be drawn into the "controversy" generated by his remarks to a German magazine that he would "retire" if his third and latest initiative with the ...
No magic wand to stop terrorism: Kasuri
LONDON, JUNE 2.The Pakistan Foreign Minister, Khurshid Mehmood Kasuri, has said that Islamabad has no magic wand ``Alladin's lamp'', as he put it to stop cross-border terrorism in Kashmir, but was doing its ``level best'' to ...
Heat wave toll rises to 1,045
NEW DELHI, JUNE 2. Several areas in the northern and southern parts of the country today reeled under an intense heat wave that has so far claimed 1,045 lives. In the worst-hit Andhra Pradesh alone, 1,020 people have died in the continuing ...
RLD MLAs moved to Srinagar
BHOPAL, JUNE 2.The Rashtriya Lok Dal MLAs from Uttar Pradesh, after spending the last one week shuttling between Bhopal and Pachmarhi in Madhya Pradesh obviously trying to insulate themselves from manoeuvres aimed at horse-trading, left here ...
Cauvery meet put off
NEW DELHI, JUNE 2. The 17th meeting of the Cauvery Monitoring Committee, scheduled for June 6, will now be held on June 9. The postponement is because the Chairman of the Committee and Water Resources Secretary, A.K. Goswami, has to be in ...
BALASORE, JUNE 2. For the second time in less than a week, India today successfully test-fired the surface-to-air high altitude interception Akash missile from a mobile launcher with defence scientists hinting that the weapon system could be ...
SC 'no' to BCCI plea
NEW DELHI, JUNE 2. The Supreme Court today declined to entertain an appeal filed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) challenging a Delhi High Court order allowing Ajay Jadeja to play domestic cricket if he was selected. ...
CAG exam partially cancelled
NEW DELHI, JUNE 2.A question paper of the Comptroller and Auditor General's departmental Section Officers grade examination was leaked, prompting the authorities to cancel the examination, shortly before it was to begin today. The remaining ...
Record blood donation
MUMBAI, JUNE 2.Hundreds of people in Mumbai today made their way into the Guinness Book by donating a record 5,500 units of blood on a single day. In the largest peacetime blood donation camp ever held, students, housewives, professionals and ...
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