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Thursday, July 03, 2003
18 killed as Golconda Express falls off bridge in Warangal
Govt. not averse to sending troops to Iraq?
NEW DELHI, JULY 2.The Government appears to have decided not to say "no" to the United States request to send troops to Iraq as part of a "stabilisation" force. Informed sources said today that this did not mean that "as of today" India had taken ...
Electronic warfare systems for J&K
NEW DELHI, JULY 2. The Ministry of Defence is planning to put in place an elaborate network of electronic warfare (EW) systems in Jammu and Kashmir and the northeast to help the security forces counter the terrorist threat. The idea is to equip ...
PMO officials meet cable operators
NEW DELHI, JULY 2. With all the stake-holders to the Conditional Access System (CAS) working at cross-purposes, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) today once again intervened to break the deadlock that has already weakened the Government's resolve ...
Ruling on ASI plea reserved
LUCKNOW, JULY 2.The Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court today reserved its ruling on the Archaeological Survey of India's application to allow it more time to complete the excavations near the disputed site in Ayodhya. ``The Court is ...
Ready to run bus: Pak.
ISLAMABAD, JULY 2.Pakistan tonight maintained that it is ``technically and operationally'' ready to run the Delhi-Lahore bus service and the dates for revival of the service are being worked out. The Pakistan Foreign Office spokesman, Masood ...
Fake scribe held near Parliament
NEW DELHI, JULY 2. Nusrat Ali, who claimed to be a resident of Jamia Nagar in South Delhi, was nabbed today when he was trying to obtain a pass for Parliament posing as a journalist of a national daily, sources told PTI. Ali was taken in for ...
Fresh NBW issued against JKLF chief
JAMMU, JULY 2.The presiding officer, POTA Court, Jammu, P.N. Razdan, has issued a fresh non-bailable warrant (NBW) against the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chairman, Yasin Malik, and sent it to the police station concerned for execution. ...
Jawan dies of gunshot
NEW DELHI, JULY 2.A Central Industry Security Force (CISF) jawan, Lokesh, posted at the CGO complex was killed allegedly by a gunshot from his own rifle. The police, however, suspected it to be a case of suicide. The incident occurred at 5.30 ...
Nod for mobiles in J&K
NEW DELHI, JULY 2. The dream of having a cell-phone in militancy-hit Jammu and Kashmir received a boost after the Union Home Ministry cleared the proposal for starting the service in the State. The proposal would have to be finally cleared by ...
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