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Tuesday, June 10, 2003
Muslim Law Board rejects Kanchi Acharya's claim
SC rejects plea against excavation
NEW DELHI, JUNE 9.The Supreme Court today rejected a petition challenging the March 5 order of the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court directing the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to excavate the area of the "disputed site" in Ayodhya ...
High-level dialogue only after infiltration ends: Advani
WASHINGTON, JUNE 9. "The question of India contributing troops for the stabilisation of Iraq is under the consideration of the Government of India and a decision will be taken after taking all aspects into account," according to the visiting ...
`We will be in power under Vajpayee'
WASHINGTON, JUNE 9. In an attempt to end the controversy over the leadership in the BJP, the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today asserted that "we will continue to be in power for many more years under Vajpayee's leadership". "Humko ...
Advani, Ashcroft discuss counter-terrorism
WASHINGTON, JUNE 9.All aspects related to terrorism are said to have figured prominently in the talks between the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, and the U.S. Attorney-General, John Ashcroft, here today. Mr. Advani and Mr. Ashcroft met for ...
Pak. complains of slow pace of peace process
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 9.For the first time since the Vajpayee peace initiative, Pakistan today complained about the slow pace of the process and openly expressed its worry over what it called reports of ``internal dissension'' within the Vajpayee ...
Delhi surprised by Pak. charge
NEW DELHI, JUNE 9. India today expressed surprise over Pakistan's statement that it was disappointed with the pace of engagement between the two countries and regretted that Islamabad had still not responded to New Delhi's query with regard to ...
CRPF jawan kills superiors
SRINAGAR, JUNE 9. A CRPF jawan gunned down two of his superiors before being shot dead at the indoor stadium here last night, CRPF sources said today. The jawan, stated to be in an inebriated state, went to the barrack of a company Major and ...
Launch of Rovers postponed
CAPE CANAVERAL, JUNE 9. Poor weather postponed by a day the launch of a rocket holding the first of a pair of golf-cart-sized rovers destined to examine the surface of Mars for evidence of water. Storms and high wind yesterday forced NASA to ...
Absconding judge's bail application rejected
NEW DELHI, JUNE 9. The Supreme Court today dismissed an anticipatory bail application filed by the Chandigarh Civil Judge, S.S. Bharadwaj, who was reported to have escaped from his residence last month after he was caught allegedly while ...
Steve Waugh honoured
SYDNEY, JUNE 9.The Australian cricketer Steve Waugh was named an Officer of the Order of Australia today for his charity work at an Indian orphanage. ``I don't see myself as being any different to anybody else,'' Waugh said after learning ...
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