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Death for Omar Sheikh in Pearl murder case
ISLAMABAD, JULY 15.An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan today sentenced Omar Saeed Sheikh to death by hanging for his involvement in the kidnapping and subsequent murder of the Wall Street Journal reporter, Daniel Pearl. Three other ...
Candidates charged in 2 cases of `heinous crime' will be barred
NEW DELHI, JULY 15. The Union Law Ministry today finalised the Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill, 2002, which seeks to bar persons against whom charges have been framed by courts in two separate cases of heinous crimes from ...
90 per cent turnout for Presidential poll
NEW DELHI, JULY 15. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, his Cabinet colleagues and the leader of the Opposition, Sonia Gandhi, today cast their vote in the 12th presidential election in Parliament House, the main polling station. The ...
Govt. to face adjournment move
NEW DELHI, JULY 15. The Opposition is planning to move an adjournment motion on the Jammu massacre tomorrow in the Lok Sabha and take the Government to task for failing to protect innocent lives. It is indicated that the Government will not ...
Gill leaves Gujarat
GANDHINAGAR, JULY 15. The "supercop'' K.P.S. Gill today relinquished his office as the security adviser to the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, and returned to Delhi. Mr. Gill's sudden departure was as mysterious as was his controversial ...
Notice on emission norms
NEW DELHI, JULY 15.Irked by the non-implementation of its order banning commercial vehicles transiting through the capital, the Supreme Court today issued notices to the Delhi Police Commissioner and the local Government asking them to show cause ...
Alexander files papers
MUMBAI, JULY 15.The former Governor of Maharashtra, P.C. Alexander, today filed nomination for the Rajya Sabha election as an Independent candidate. The NCP chief, Sharad Pawar, had declared his party's support to Dr. Alexander. Dr. Alexander ...
Pfizer buys out Pharmacia
NEW YORK, JULY 15.In a surprising blockbuster merger that would expand the reach of the world's largest drug company, Pfizer Inc. has agreed to buy rival Pharmacia Corp. for $60 billion in stock. The merger would create a company that produces ...

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