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Geelani, son-in-law arrested under POTA
SRINAGAR, JUNE 9.The former All-Party Hurriyat Conference (APHC) chairman, Syed Ali Geelani, and his son-in-law, Mohammad Altaf Shah, were arrested under POTA during the wee hours of Sunday, following raids by police and Income Tax officials at ...
NDA dithers, Opposition wants Narayanan to contest
NEW DELHI, JUNE 9. The National Democratic Alliance meeting to formally discuss and announce the ruling coalition's presidential nominee was cancelled once again today after the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and Telugu Desam Party chief, ...
Naidu for consensus
HYDERABAD, JUNE 9.The Telugu Desam Party is in favour of a consensus on the choice of candidate for the Presidential election. The Chief Minister and party president, N.Chandrababu Naidu, spoke to the Prime Minister, A.B.Vajpayee, on Sunday ...
Chances of war minimal: Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 9.Pakistan's President, Pervez Musharraf, has said that the Kashmir "dispute" remained an obstacle to peace and India's tough stand was aimed at "creating the effects of war on us". India wants "to prevent us from our stand on ...
Will Delhi measure up to Colombo's hopes?
NEW DELHI, JUNE 9. As the Sri Lankan Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe, arrives here for consultations with the Indian leaders, there is a danger that the Government might not measure up to the new vision in Colombo for a transformation of ...
Violence in Ahmedabad
AHMEDABAD, JUNE 9. Two persons were killed and an indefinite curfew was clamped in the Vejalpur police station areas in Ahmedabad following renewed violence today. Police said 30 persons, including two police personnel, were injured in police ...
Two Al-Qaeda men killed
SRINAGAR, JUNE 9.Two suspected militants of the Al-Qaeda were killed in an encounter with the Army in the Drass sector, which has been witnessing a heavy shelling from across the border for the last five days. This is for the first time suspected ...
Lewis knocks out Tyson
MEMPHIS, Tennessee, June 9. Lennox Lewis scored a devastating eighth round knockout over Mike Tyson to successfully defend his WBC and IBF titles.Lewis weathered a fast start by the former champion, then wore him down with stinging jabs and ...
Japan beats Russia
YOKOHAMA (JAPAN), JUNE 9.Japan powered to the first World Cup win in their history with a deserved 1-0 defeat of Russia in a Group H match here today. A second-half goal from English-based midfielder Junichi Inamoto sealed the win for the ...

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