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World mourns Pope's passing
VATICAN CITY, APRIL 3. Over a hundred thousand people gathered at Saint Peter's Square in the Vatican to attend a special mass on Sunday in memory of Pope John Paul II who died in his apartments at 9.37 p.m. on Saturday. The world's 1.1 ...
Three Indian cardinals to attend funeral
KOLKATA, APRIL 3. Three out of the five cardinals from India will leave for the Vatican to participate in the papal election for a new Pope. They are also likely to attend the Pope's funeral. Sister Nirmala, Superior General, Missionaries of ...
3-day state mourning
NEW DELHI, APRIL 3. The Government has declared a three-day state mourning from Sunday as a mark of respect to Pope John Paul II. Flags at all Government buildings throughout the country will fly at half-mast during the period. All official ...
Bardhan re-elected CPI general secretary
NEW DELHI, APRIL 3.A.B. Bardhan was today re-elected general secretary of the Communist Party of India at the election held in Chandigarh. Mr. Bardhan has been elected to the post for the fourth time at the 19th party congress that concluded in ...
It's Alonso all the way
MANAMA, APRIL 3.Fernando Alonso drove like he was powered by a whirlwind, and led from pole to win his second consecutive Grand Prix at the Sakhir International Circuit in Bahrain on Sunday. The win gives Renault its third win of the season, ...
It's almost win the toss, win the match
I don't know what the conditions would be like at the remaining venues, but if it's going to be as hot and humid as it was in Kochi, then I can safely say that the team which wins the toss will, in all likelihood, also win the game. That is ...
Buses kept under tight security
SRINAGAR, APRIL 3. Five specially-designed buses of the Jammu and Kashmir Road Transport Corporation set to roll on the Srinagar-Muzaffarabad road arrived here from Jammu on Saturday evening amid tight security. The buses designed with ...
44 U.S. soldiers injured in Iraq attack
MANAMA, APRIL 3. After weeks of squabbling, Iraq's Parliament has finally elected a Speaker, setting the stage for the formation of an interim government over the next two weeks. However, hours before the lawmakers went into a huddle behind ...
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