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Saturday, September 13, 2003
Reflecting on the past
Quit if you cannot prosecute guilty, SC tells Modi Govt.
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 12.The Supreme Court today flayed the Narendra Modi Government in Gujarat for filing an "eye-wash" of an appeal in the High Court in the `Best Bakery case' and said: "Quit if you cannot prosecute the guilty". It directed the ...
PM to inaugurate celebrations
CHENNAI, SEPT. 12. The 125th year celebrations of The Hindu will be inaugurated by the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, on Saturday at the University of Madras Centenary Auditorium. The Tamil Nadu Governor, P.S. Ramamohan Rao, will ...
Twin blasts `mastermind' shot dead
MUMBAI, SEPT. 12. The Mumbai police today shot dead Nasir, a suspected operative of the Lashkar-e-Taiba and mastermind of the August 25 twin blasts, in an encounter in the central suburb of Matunga tonight. Nasir had formed and operated a ...
`No talks now on Singapore issues'
CANCUN, SEPT. 12.A new alliance of developing countries was created yesterday at the World Trade Organisation with a group of 16 countries, consisting of India, Malaysia, China and representatives from Africa, Asia and South America, coming ...
No national alliance with Cong: Mulayam
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 12. The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Samajwadi Party leader, Mulayam Singh Yadav, today ruled out an alliance with the Congress at the national level. Speaking at a press conference at the end of his three-day visit here, ...
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 12.The Union Environment Secretary, K.C. Misra, was today relieved of his charge and put on `compulsory wait' in the wake of his alleged involvement in the Taj Heritage Corridor controversy. A late evening order was issued in ...
Joint military exercise
LEH, SEPT. 12.An Indo-U.S. military exercise is on for the first time in the Ladakh frontier region of Jammu and Kashmir for training in high-altitude special operations. Code-named vajra prahar, the three-week exercise commenced on ...
RAE BAREILLY, SEPT. 12. The suspense over framing of charges against the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, the Human Resource Development Minister, Murli Manohar Joshi, and six others in the Babri Masjid demolition case continued today with a ...
FALLUJA(IRAQ), SEPT. 12.U.S. troops killed eight members of a local U.S.-backed Iraqi security force and three thieves in an ambush west of Baghdad early today, after mistaking them for guerrillas, witnesses said. ...
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