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Monday, April 22, 2002
Violence erupts again in Gujarat, 11 killed
AHMEDABAD, APRIL 21.Eleven people were killed and 30 others injured in police firing and stabbing as violence engulfed riot-torn Gujarat today even as the Defence Minister, George Fernandes, claimed that the situation was returning to normality ...
Fernandes to lead peace march
AHMEDABAD, APRIL 21.A meeting of prominent citizens held here today under the chairmanship of Defence Minister, George Fernandes, decided to take out a `peace march' here on April 28 . Mr. Fernandes will lead the march. After visiting Mehsana, ...
AHMEDABAD, APRIL 21.The Chairman of Gujarat Secondary Education Board (GSEB), P.V. Trivedi, today said that separate examinations would be held for students of class X and XII in the city who could not appear in the examinations that began on ...
The guilty will be punished: PM
DIBRUGARH, APRIL 21. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today promised to punish those guilty of causing violence in Gujarat irrespective of their religious, caste or political affiliations and urged all people to help the State tide over ...
Mayawati holds talks with U.P. BJP leaders
NEW DELHI, APRIL 21.Yet another round of talks on government formation in Uttar Pradesh took place here today between the Bharatiya Janata Party's State leaders, Kalraj Mishra and Lalji Tandon, and the Bahujan Samaj Party leader, Mayawati. And ...
Sayeed may help end deadlock
NEW DELHI APRIL 21. With further outbreak of violence in Gujarat, the deadlock in Parliament on the issue is unlikely to be resolved shortly. Both the Government and the Opposition have not given an indication of backing down from the ...
'Pak. backed Omar Sheikh'
LONDON, APRIL 21.Omar Sheikh, facing trial for the abduction of the U.S. reporter, Daniel Pearl, may have been an agent of both Pakistani intelligence and Osama bin Laden's Al-Qaeda network, a media report said today. Quoting documents, The ...
Interpol help sought
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 21.The Punjab Vigilance Bureau (PVB) has sought the assistance of the Interpol through the CBI to investigate foreign accounts of the Punjab Public Service Commission Chairman, Ravinder Pal Singh Sidhu, who is under arrest for ...
JERUSALEM, APRIL 21.Israeli troops completed their withdrawal from the autonomous Palestinian town of Nablus in the northern West Bank overnight, an army spokesman said here today. The troops were redeployed to ``encircle'' the town. ...
Major upset in French polls
PARIS, APRIL 21. Extreme right wing presidential candidate, Jean Marie Le Pen, created a major upset today when he came second in the first round of the French presidential poll with 17 per cent of the vote, just behind incumbent Gaullist ...
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