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Wednesday, April 10, 2002
'Oust Modi' campaign hots up
NEW DELHI, APRIL 9.The People's Front today decided to intensify its campaign for the removal of the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, and even as two more constituents of the National Democratic Alliance at the Centre the Janata Dal ...
CNG crisis continues in Delhi
NEW DELHI, APRIL. 9. With the Central Government today ruling out the issuance of an ordinance to provide for the use of ultra low sulphur diesel, the transport crisis in Delhi looks set to continue for some more days. The only solution being ...
India, Cambodia sign pacts
PHNOM PENH, APRIL 9.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, who arrived in Phnom Penh on the second-leg of his foreign tour, held talks with the Cambodian Prime Minister, Hun Sen, this evening. His is the first visit by an Indian Prime Minister ...
Killinochchi all abuzz
KILLINOCHCHI (NORTHERN SRI LANKA), APRIL 9. The top civilian administrator here says he has been struggling for the last three months to get a home connection. There are no communication facilities here. They are just about getting the post ...
Witness to a century fades into history
LONDON, APRIL 9.All the pomp and pageantry fit for a queen marked the funeral of the Queen Mother, the last Empress of India, when her body was taken in a ceremonial procession from Westminster Abbey in London to Windsor Castle today, along a ...
New York Times bags seven Pulitzers
NEW YORK, APRIL 9.Coverage of the September 11 attacks on America dominated the Pulitzer Prizes awarded yesterday, with The New York Times winning a record seven of the 14 journalism awards. The Times staff won the most ...
Afroz released; chargesheeted
MUMBAI APRIL 9.The suspected Al-Qaeda terrorist, Mohammed Afroz Abdul Razak, was today released from the Byculla prison following bail granted by a special court even as the police filed a chargesheet against him, four months after his arrest in ...
SC fiat on Taj security
NEW DELHI, APRIL 9.The Supreme Court today asked the Centre to furnish plans within two weeks for providing security to the Taj Mahal to protect the monument and intimate the same to the Uttar Pradesh Government. A Bench comprising Justice M.B. ...
Israel withdraws from two towns
JERUSALEM, APRIL 9.Bowing to pressure from the United States, just ahead of the U.S. Secretary of State, Colin Powell's visit here, the Israeli forces today completed their withdrawal from the West Bank towns of Qalqilya and Tulkaraem, even as ...
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