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Sunday, June 22, 2003
China for fair, reasonable solution to border row: Wen
Troops to Iraq: NDA leaves it to PM
NEW DELHI, JUNE 21.The National Democratic Alliance tonight left it to the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, to take an appropriate decision in response to the U.S. request for sending troops to Iraq. At a meeting chaired by the Prime ...
Iraqi opinion being ascertained: Advani
NEW DELHI, JUNE 21. Whether Iraqis want Indian troops in their country or not is one of the issues that will inform the decision about sending troops to Iraq, the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, said today. Another question that would have to ...
Kanchi seer's letter positive, says Muslim Board chief
LUCKNOW, JUNE 21. The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) chairman, Maulana Rabey Hasni Nadwi, said today the contents of the letter sent to him by the Sankaracharya of the Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam, Sri Jayendra Saraswati to resolve the ...
'Structural anomalies in 46 trenches'
LUCKNOW, JUNE 21. The Archaeological Survey of India in its fresh progress report submitted to the Special Bench of the Allahabad High Court today said that it had found `structural anomalies' in 46 trenches dug near the disputed site at ...
Blast in 'dargah'
AHMEDABAD, JUNE 21. A low intensity `sutli' bomb exploded inside a small `dargah' near Khanpur chowk locality in the communally-sensitive Shahpur area of the city this afternoon. Tension gripped the area for sometime, police sources said. ...
Work at Taj zone halted
LUCKNOW, JUNE 21. A day after the Centre asked the Uttar Pradesh Government to halt construction activities inside the Taj heritage zone in Agra, the Chief Minister, Mayawati, today said she had ordered a probe into the issue and directed ...
Cable operators' new offer
NEW DELHI, JUNE 21. Taking on the broadcasters over the Conditional Access System (CAS), Multi-System Operators (MSOs) and cable operators today joined hands to offer cable television including pay channels to subscribers for a ...
Flood and fun
KOLKATA, JUNE 21. Heavy monsoon showers lashed the metropolis and its suburbs throughout the day waterlogging many areas and hampering normal life even as weathermen forecast more rains in West Bengal. Knee-deep water accumulated in the ...
Maruti share price
NEW DELHI, JUNE 21. The Government today approved a price of Rs. 125 per share for divestment of its 25 per cent stake in car major, Maruti Udyog.
NEW DELHI, JUNE 21. The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, has granted Rs. 1 lakh for the ailing shehnai maestro, Bismillah Khan. The grant was sent by the President along with a letter wishing the artiste speedy recovery, a Rashtrapati Bhavan ...
ONGOLE, JUNE 21. The sarpanch of Kammavaripalle of Peddavaram in Kuruchedu mandal, Kilari Anjaneyulu, and five others were done to death allegedly by the sarpanch's rivals in the early hours of ...
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