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Raise compensation for victims, restore confidence
NEW DELHI, APRIL 6.Though senior-most officials of the Gujarat administration responded to the summons from the National Commission for Minorities (NCM) today and were forthcoming with information it had been seeking till date in vain, the ...
Road to Bangkok in two years
YANGON, APRIL 6. The External Affairs Minister, Jaswant Singh, wrapped up his nine-day, four-nation Asian tour by bagging a landmark project that will connect India by road to Thailand via Myanmar in about two years. At a meeting of their ...
`Tall claims cannot hide the truth'
NEW DELHI, APRIL 6.Describing the carnage and the ongoing violence in Gujarat as an "indelible blot'' on the Centre and the State Governments, the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, today said that tall claims and false propaganda could not ...
Diesel buses off the roads
NEW DELHI, APRIL 6.The people of Delhi today had a difficult time commuting, particularly during office-hours, with around 7,000 diesel buses keeping off the roads in the wake of the Supreme Court's directive. (The court had, on Friday, passed ...
Musharraf won't rule out use of n-arms
LONDON, APRIL 6.The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has told a German magazine that he does not rule out the use of nuclear weapons against India as a "last resort,'' according to a British newspaper. The Guardian today quoted Gen. ...
Withdraw, Bush tells Israel
CRAWFORD (TEXAS), APRIL 6. The U.S. President, George W. Bush, called on Israel on Saturday to withdraw without delay from the Palestinian cities it has occupied in its military campaign and insisted again that the Palestinian leadership order an ...
Official returns
CHENNAI, April 6. A senior official of the Kuwaiti Embassy who was here to ascertain the views of the Kuwaiti woman, Dhalal Falag Al-Azmi — who was arrested here for entering the country on a "forged Indian passport'' with her Indian ...
Manu Chhabria dead
Mumbai April 6. Manohar Rajaram Chhabria (Manu), the Dubai-based Indian business tycoon and head of the $ 1.5 billion transnational conglomerate Jumbo Group, died in the city hospital here today following a heart attack. He was 56 and survived by ...

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