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Friday, July 04, 2003
Action against Badal smacks of intolerance: Advani
`Badal will not be arrested'
NEW DELHI, JULY 3. Ruling out any halt to investigations of allegations of corruption against the Akali Dal leader, Parkash Singh Badal, the Punjab Chief Minister, Amarinder Singh, today said he was not targeting individuals but corruption per ...
'Grey areas' in U.N. resolution on Iraq: Sibal
WASHINGTON, JULY 3.The Foreign Secretary, Kanwal Sibal, says that the decision-making process on sending troops to Iraq as part of a "stabilisation" force is still continuing with the Government in the stages of assessing and evaluating the ...
Singhal demands Vajpayee's resignation
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JULY 3.The international president of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), Ashok Singhal, said on Thursday that the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, should resign if the Government could not bring in legislation to enable the ...
ASI gets five more weeks
LUCKNOW, JULY 3.The Allahabad High Court today granted five more weeks to the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to complete excavations at the disputed site in Ayodhya and directed that the final report be submitted by August 22. The court, ...
ISI directive to Lashkar
NEW DELHI, JULY 3.Pakistan has been extending covert support to the militant outfit, the Lashkar-e-Taiba, to carry out subversive activities globally after the Taliban and its militant outfit, Al-Qaeda, fell to the U.S.-led ``War against ...
'Zone-wise' CAS rollout planned
NEW DELHI, JULY 3. Faced with the "unenviable'' task of implementing the Conditional Access System (CAS) as per schedule without inconveniencing television viewers, the Information & Broadcasting (I&B) Ministry is now considering a "zone-wise'' ...
Serena in finals
WIMBLEDON, JULY 3. Swinging so hard that she lost an ear-ring, Serena Williams won her rematch against Justine Henin-Hardenne and advanced today to the Wimbledon final. With the 6-3, 6-2 victory, she avenged her traumatic loss to Henin-Hardenne ...
Rail accident toll up
WARANGAL (A.P.), JULY 3. Three more bodies were today recovered from the derailed Golconda Express here taking the toll in yesterday's accident to 21. (Details under National section)
IMF chief economist
WASHINGTON, JULY 3. Raghuram Rajan has been named as the International Monetary Fund's new chief economist. The IMF Managing Director, Horst Kohler, has proposed Mr. Rajan's name to the prestigious post with the official title of Economic ...
MCC kills 3 policemen
PATNA, JULY 3. Activists of the banned Maoist Communist Centre attacked and set afire the Paraiya police station in Gaya district and killed three policemen and injured seven others last night. The armed naxalites struck with petrol bombs ...
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