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Tuesday, April 16, 2002
Gujarat issue rocks both Houses of Parliament
NEW DELHI, APRIL 15.The Gujarat issue rocked Parliament today, with both the Houses adjourning for the day without transacting any official business. Earlier, the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha resumed the Budget session after a three-week ...
Sonia takes steps to bring Opposition leaders closer
NEW DELHI, APRIL 15.Today's standoff with the Government saw the Opposition parties closing ranks. In a development bound to be watched with keen interest, the Leader of the Opposition, Sonia Gandhi, took the lead in reaching out to the other ...
Vajpayee should act as NDA PM: Naidu
HYDERABAD, APRIL 15.The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, has dismissed the BJP's contention that the Gujarat events pertain to itself (the BJP) and the State and asserted that the country's prestige and pride were at ...
'No Pak. bar on visas'
NEW DELHI, APRIL 15.Pakistan today said there was no bar on granting visas to Indian relatives of families in Pakistan, but for others it will have to be worked out. "If there has been a decline in relatives visiting Pakistan it is because bus ...
SC notice to Modi
NEW DELHI, APRIL 15.The Supreme Court today issued notice to the Centre, the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, and others on a petition seeking an impartial inquiry into the incidents of communal violence in the State by a special ...
Bank strike today
NEW DELHI, APRIL 15.Protesting the Centre's ``anti-labour and privatisation policies'', bank employees will go on a day's nation-wide strike tomorrow, which is likely to cause a loss of over Rs. 100 crores to the national economy. The United ...
106 dead in plane crash
24 Maoists gunned down
KATHMANDU, APRIL 15. Intensifying their search and destroy operations in various terrorist strongholds, Nepalese security forces killed 24 Maoists in the country's west, the defence ministry said today.
LeT chief may be re-arrested
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 15.Pakistani authorities may re-arrest Hafeez Muhammad Saeed, founder-leader of the Lashkar-e-Taiba, for allegedly making inflammatory speeches against the government's policies on Kashmir and the issue of ...
Pak. ship in Indian waters?
MUMBAI, APRIL 15. Sources in the Western Naval Command today refused to confirm reports that a Pakistan ship had entered the Indian waters in the last few days. Asked about the Pakistani ship entering the Indian territorial waters, a spokesman of ...
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