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Azar declared 'proclaimed offender' in Parliament attack
NEW DELHI, APRIL 1. While the Centre today banned two terrorist organisations operating in Jammu and Kashmir under the newly-enacted Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA), 2002, a Delhi court declared three Pakistani nationals, including the ...
Pak. releases ex-Lashkar chief
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 1. The Pakistan Government has released Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, former chief of the Lashkar-e-Taiba, following court orders. He was arrested days after the December 13 attack on the Indian Parliament, under Maintenance of Public ...
Water policy silent on inter-State sharing
NEW DELHI, APRIL 1. Amid initial reservations by Punjab, the Fifth National Water Resources Council chaired by the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today adopted the National Water Policy, 2002, which is a revised and modified version of the ...
Lone assaulted by J&K Shiv Sena chief
SRINAGAR APRIL 1. The senior All-Party Hurriyat Conference (APHC) leader, Abdul Gani Lone, was assaulted by the Jammu and Kashmir Shiv Sena chief, Kalki Maharaj, when he was addressing mediapersons in a Jammu hotel this afternoon. Mr. Lone had ...
NHRC slams Gujarat Govt., seeks CBI probe
NEW DELHI, APRIL1.The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), in its preliminary report on the continuing violence in Gujarat, has indicted the State Government for lack of compliance with the rule of law and its human rights obligations. The ...
Farooq lashes out at Centre
JAMMU, APRIL 1. In a high-pitched attack on the Centre, the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Farooq Abdullah, today said the NDA Government had pursued policies which could never end terrorism in the State. Making a statement in the Assembly ...
Reply soon to Musharraf interview
NEW DELHI, APRIL 1.The Government is examining the contents of the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf's, interview to The Hindu and will come out with an appropriate response in due course, said sources in the Ministry of External ...
Israeli army in Bethlehem
JERUSALEM, APRIL 1.Shortly after the Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, declared a war on Palestinian ``terrorist infrastructure'', the Israeli forces, backed by tanks, tightened their grip over West Bank today and moved into Bethlehem, even ...
PM visit finalised
NEW DELHI, APRIL 1.The Prime Minister's visit to Gujarat has been finalised for April 4. During the day-long visit the Prime Minister will visit the camps for riot victims. He will accept representations, seek answers from the administration on ...

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