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Wednesday, June 11, 2003
Bush, Advani discuss issue of troops for Iraq
Tension as groups clash in Bhopal
BHOPAL, JUNE 10. Tension developed in a particular area of the old city area of Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh today when members of two communities clashed over the sudden putting up of an entrance to a graveyard near a temple. An old graveyard on ...
CBI arrests Magistrate
NEW DELHI, JUNE 10. The Central Bureau of Investigation today arrested the Judicial Magistrate, S.S. Bhardwaj, allegedly involved in a bribery scandal, from Panchkula near Chandigarh. The arrest of the suspended Chandigarh Civil Judge came a ...
ASI fabricating evidence in Ayodhya, says Waqf Board
LUCKNOW, JUNE 10. The Sunni Central Waqf Board, a plaintiff in the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title suit, and some Muslim parties have accused the Archaeological Survey of India team carrying out excavation work at the acquired land in Ayodhya ...
Kanchi Acharya smiles away questions
JAIPUR, JUNE 10. A day after Muslim leaders denied they were talking to him on the Ayodhya issue, the Kanchi Sankaracharya, Jayendra Saraswati, today smiled away questions on his role in resolving the vexed Ayodhya dispute. ``Please say at ...
BALASORE, JUNE 10. The medium range surface-to-air missile `Akash' was test-fired today from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur-on-sea, about 15 km from here. The missile was test-fired at 11.40 a.m. This was the third test-fire of ...
Monsoon advancing well
NEW DELHI, JUNE 10.Senior officials in the Union Agriculture Ministry today expressed confidence that there may not be any problem this year, as the southwest monsoon continues to surge forward everyday. Meanwhile, the India Meteorological ...
5 fishermen rescued
PORT BLAIR, JUNE 10. Five fishermen were rescued by a Malaysian oil tanker, ``mt Pendeader'', near Penang after their boat capsized in the Malaysian waters, the Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre officer in-charge said here today. UNI. ...
SINGAPORE, JUNE 10. The Tokyo Conference on Reconstruction and Development of Sri Lanka today elicited pledges from donors about their "willingness to extend assistance to (the tune of) a cumulative estimated amount in excess of $4.5 billions ...
Rover on way to Mars
CAPE CANAVERAL (FLORIDA), JUNE 10.A rocket holding the first of the two Mars rovers blasted off on Tuesday on a seven-month voyage to the red planet where the golf-car-sized vehicles will search for evidence that there was once enough water to ...
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