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30 killed in Jammu suicide attack
KALUCHAK (JAMMU), MAY 14. In a gruesome attack, three members of a suicide squad of terrorists killed 30 persons, including seven bus passengers and 23 others in the family quarters of the Army, near Jammu today. Thirtyfour persons were injured ...
Pak. demands 'impartial probe'
ISLAMABAD, MAY 14.Pakistan has condemned the death of civilians in the armed attack near Jammu, but, at the same time, called for an "impartial and comprehensive inquiry to unmask the motives of their perpetrators.'' A brief statement issued by ...
Pullout of forces not possible: Delhi
NEW DELHI, MAY 14.With the terrorist killings in Jammu in the backdrop, India today said it would continue to position its forces along the Indo-Pakistani border until Islamabad restrained cross-border terrorism. Talks with the visiting United ...
Dastardly act, says Sonia
NEW DELHI, MAY 14. The gruesome incident in Jammu where terrorists gunned down innocent civilians and defence personnel came in for strong condemnation by the Congress. Expressing her "deep sense of anguish and pain over the incident", the ...
Not a coincidence: Advani
NEW DELHI, MAY 14. The terrorist strike in Jammu early this morning which has left 30 dead, mostly civilians, has once again demonstrated that the extremists are not likely to be cowed down by the global coalition against terrorism, the Union ...
Ban on LTTE extended
NEW DELHI, MAY 14.The Central Government today extended the ban on the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam for a further period of two years under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. The earlier ban was scheduled to come to an end today. ...
Power supply hit in South
CHENNAI, MAY 14.Many parts of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala suffered a major power crisis on Tuesday evening, following a snag in inter-State transmission lines. While Chennai and its suburbs experienced a blackout, supply was affected in ...
MUL control for Suzuki
NEW DELHI, MAY 14.The Cabinet Committee on Disinvestment chaired by the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, tonight cleared a proposal for diluting the Government's stake in the country's premier car manufacturer, Maruti Udyog Limited, in ...

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