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Thursday, June 12, 2003
No pressure to send troops to Iraq, says Advani
No proof of lack of majority, says Governor
LUCKNOW, JUNE 11. The Opposition parties in Uttar Pradesh have been forced to wait at least till September to fight it out with the Government on the floor of the Assembly, with the Governor, Vishnu Kant Shastri, rejecting their demand for either ...
Musharraf can continue as Army chief: HC
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 11. Just days before his crucial visit to the United States, the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, got a boost with the ruling by the Lahore High Court that his continuation as Chief of Army Staff (COAS) does not violate any ...
16 killed in Jerusalem bus blast
JERUSALEM, JUNE 11.A Palestinian suicide bomber disguised as an ultra-Orthodox Jew killed 16 Israelis in a Jerusalem bus attack today, police said. Less than an hour later, Israeli helicopters fired rockets at a car with two Hamas fugitives, ...
New `economic boss' for the PMO
NEW DELHI, JUNE 11. The Union Finance Secretary, S. Narayan, has been appointed Secretary in the Prime Minister's Office. Mr. Narayan, scheduled to retire on June 30, is now likely to have an extended spell of service as Officer on Special Duty ...
`No evidence of structures in some trenches'
LUCKNOW, JUNE 11. In a significant development in the ongoing excavation on the acquired land at Ayodhya, the Archaeological Survey of India is reported to have said in its progress report that no structural anomalies suggesting the evidence of ...
4 cows poisoned
ALLAHABAD, JUNE 11. Four cows, belonging to farmers, were allegedly poisoned to death by unidentified persons in Piparaon village near Naini here yesterday sparking tension in the area, police said today. The miscreants had also skinned the ...
No, says LTTE
COLOMBO, JUNE 11. The LTTE today rejected Colombo's latest offer of a "provisional administrative structure'' and the Tokyo Declaration, which sets out milestones for gauging the progress of the peace process, and said it would resume talks only ...
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 11. A local court today remanded suspended the City Judicial Magistrate, S.S. Bhardwaj, to CBI custody for three days in connection with corruption cases. ...
Victory for CPI(M)
KOLKATA, JUNE 11.The Trinamool Congress, its poll ally BJP, as also the Congress, suffered a rude jolt in the by-elections for the Nabadwip (SC) Lok Sabha and Vidyasagar Assembly seats in West Bengal held on Sunday. The CPI (M) wrested the ...
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