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In a final act of defiance, he refused to don the customary hood offered by the hangman
Disappointed, says India
NEW DELHI: India has described the execution of the former Iraqi President, Saddam Hussein, as "unfortunate'' and hoped it would not affect the stability of Iraq, even as protest demonstrations erupted all over the country, leading to the Centre ...
It will not halt bloodshed: Bush
"Many difficult choices lie ahead"
Saddam Hussein was a leader whose brutal actions and calamitous miscalculations brought unimaginable suffering to the people of Iraq and neighbouring countries. The brutal actions of his regime included the killing of political rivals and large ...
A brutal murder: Krishna Iyer
KOCHI: The former Supreme Court judge, V.R. Krishna Iyer, has condemned the hanging of the former Iraqi President, Saddam Hussein. In a statement, he said: "I respect the great American people but detest President Bush the bully. Iraq is a ...
Political parties express condemnation
"Clear procedural difficulties" in trial process: Congress; a heinous act, says CPI (M)
A Bush ploy: U.P. Muslims
Protests soon after television channels broke the news
Five killed in factory mishap
PUDUCHERRY: Five workers were killed and three others injured in an accident at a papermaking factory at Thiruvandarkoil, 20 km from here, on Saturday. The workers of Karur K.C.P Packaging had entered a deep pit from which the ...
Over 500 missing as Indonesian ferry sinks
Semarang, Dec. 30 (AP): A crowded Indonesian ferry broke apart and sank in the Java Sea during a violent storm that sent towering waves over its deck, with the vast majority of the almost 640 people on board still missing, officials said on ...
Noida: businessman also held
"His servant confesses to involvement in nine cases"
Mulayam not averse to CBI probe
NEW DELHI: Facing fresh criticism from the Congress, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh on Saturday said he was not averse to handing over to the CBI the probe into the serial killing of at least 15 children in Noida. A ...
Ntini, Nel help South Africa square series
Multi-storeyed commercial buildings under civic scanner
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation is putting all commercial multi-storeyed buildings in the city under the scanner to ascertain whether they had been assessed properly before levying property tax. The drive is significant following the recent ...
Red Kite fading from Scottish skies
40 per cent of them are feared to have been poisoned
In 100 years, rain forest may turn into grassy savannah
Global warming will reduce rainfall in the Amazon
`State should progress with least social friction'
Daily attention needed for good governance: Mahishi
"People's support for welfare schemes growing"
Karunanidhi re-launches `Varumun Kappom Thittam'
Lalu Prasad announces `Garib Rath' to Kerala
Train will ply between Thiruvananthapuram and New Delhi
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