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Monday, June 30, 2003
New Pak. envoy arriving today
Niazi's weapon safe at IMA museum, says Army
NEW DELHI, JUNE 29. Seeking to lay at rest the controversy over the pistol which went missing from the National Museum at Janpath here on Saturday afternoon, the Army today said the weapon surrendered by Pakistani Lieutenant-General, A.K.A. ...
'Index of errors' in history textbooks
NEW DELHI, JUNE 29. The Indian History Congress (IHC) feels that mere removal of linguistic and factual errors from the new history textbooks of the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) would not convert them into ...
RSS 'policy statement' on Ayodhya next month
NEW DELHI, JUNE 29.The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is expected to adopt a ``policy statement'' on Ayodhya early next month and try to reduce the tensions between its different organisations, especially on the Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi ...
'PM lacks clarity of vision on Kashmir'
JAMMU, JUNE 29. Terming the initiation of dialogue process with Pakistan as a "futile exercise", the RSS chief, K.S. Sudershan, charged the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, with "lacking clarity of vision" on the Kashmir issue and said it ...
Palestinian radical groups declare truce
JERUSALEM, JUNE 29. In a major thrust to the West Asia peace process, the Palestinian radical groups, Hamas and Islamic Jihad, today announced a three-month halt to attacks on Israel. The development came as the U.S. National Security Adviser, ...
Bid to breach PM's security
NEW DELHI, JUNE 29. Two youth who allegedly tried to go past the barricade set up for the Prime Minister's convoy near Teen Murti were detained by the Delhi police today. They were released after their identities were ascertained. According to ...
Poll violence in Punjab
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 29. Amidst reports of nearly 80 per cent voter turnout, two persons were killed and 12 injured during polling in over 12,000 village panchayats, spread over 17 districts of Punjab, today. While Channan Singh, an Akali ...
Search for Sharif kin
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 29. Authorities in Lahore have launched a frantic search for the relatives of the former Pakistan Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, who were to have to been deported on Saturday. A court has asked the Punjab provincial government to ...
ULFA militant shot dead
JALPAIGURI, JUNE 29. A front-ranking ULFA extremist was killed in an encounter with police near Torsha beat office in the Buxa Tiger Project area today, senior district and police officials said. Harimohon Roy (38) alias Rustom Chowdhury, known ...
NEW DELHI, JUNE 29. Soaring prices of fruits, edible oils and vegetables notwithstanding, inflation continued its fall by yet another 0.08 per cent to tick below the five per cent mark for the week ended June 14.
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