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Thursday, September 11, 2003
Israel seeks `reciprocity' in ties
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 10. As it laid the foundations for a solid partnership with India, Israel today underlined the importance of give and take in bilateral relations. While meeting India's needs in defence and advanced technology sectors, Israel ...
Israel ready for `painful compromises', says Sharon
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 10. Israel had been facing "terror" in the last 120 years; it had not started "now", the Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, said here today. He was addressing a business meeting organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers ...
Mulayam meets Sonia, invites Cong. to join U.P. Govt.
NEW DELHI. SEPT. 10. The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav, today called on the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, and invited her party to join his government. Mr. Yadav, who is on his first visit to the capital after he taking ...
Left parties criticise Govt. silence on Palestinian cause
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 10. The Communist Party of India (Marxist) today charged that the Vajpayee Government had abandoned even the pretext of supporting the Palestinian cause for independence during the visit of the Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel ...
ASI report proves BJP's point: Advani
BANGALORE, SEPT. 10. The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today described the recent report of the Archaeological Survey of India, based on the excavations at the disputed site at Ayodhya, as significant, as according to him, it had proved the ...
Centre bans chicory in instant coffee
NEW DELHI, SEPT.10. Here is some good news for coffee lovers. The Union Health Ministry has issued a notification that instant coffee powder should be totally free of chicory or, for that matter, any other additive.Chicory powder, which is ...
Rocca holds talks with Kanwal Sibal
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 10.The United States Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia, Christina Rocca, met the Foreign Secretary, Kanwal Sibal, and held separate discussions with Joint Secretaries responsible for the Americas desk, Nepal, ...
SC frowns on custodial deaths
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 10. The Supreme Court has expressed concern over the increasing number of cases of custodial violence, torture and lock-up deaths in the country posing a serious threat to human rights of citizens. The court attributed this to ...
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