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Saturday, September 14, 2002
We will put an end to cross-border terrorism: PM
UNITED NATIONS, SEPT. 13. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, on Friday accused Pakistan of ``nuclear blackmail'' following India's efforts to stamp out cross-border terrorism and said that to succumb to such ``blatant nuclear terrorism'' ...
Baramulla voters may boycott poll
BARAMULLA, SEPT. 13.The men leaving the Baitul Muqarram Masjid in Baramulla after the Friday namaz waved copies of a pamphlet, issued by Shabir Shah's Jammu and Kashmir Freedom Party, supporting an election boycott. The pamphlet follows the ...
Modi might not be CM after polls: Keshubhai
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 13. The BJP leader from Gujarat, Keshubhai Patel, today indicated that the Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, might not be the ultimate choice for the post again, if the party was voted back to power in the Assembly polls. ``Modi ...
Dikshit meets Advani on statehood issue
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 13. The Delhi Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, and her Cabinet colleagues today got no firm assurance from the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, on grant of statehood to Delhi. Mr. Advani said that he would respond to the demand ...
Cauvery: SC seeks details
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 13.The Supreme Court today sought details from the Centre about the quantum of water released by Karnataka to Mettur reservoir following a Tamil Nadu Government petition alleging that Karnataka had not fully complied with the ...
Notice to Manisha
MUMBAI, SEPT. 13. The Bombay High Court today issued contempt notices to actress Manisha Koirala and the producer of the controversial film `Ek Chhotisi Love Story', Shashilal Nair, for having approached the Shiv Sena leader, Bal Thackeray, ...
Orbit raising manoeuvre
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 13.The first orbit-raising manoeuvre of the METSAT, country's first dedicated weather satellite launched on Thursday, was successfully completed today, an ISRO release said. The manoeuvre was highly successful and the intended ...
Train toll 128
RAFIGANJ, SEPT. 13.The toll in the Rajdhani Express derailment at Rafiganj in Bihar tonight climbed to 128 as the four-day rescue operations were called off by the Railways. The Eastern Railway in Kolkata said the number of bodies recovered ...
Boeing makes wrong landing
MUMBAI, SEPT. 13. A Jet Airways Boeing 737-700 with 118 passengers and crew made a ``wrong landing'' at Goa's Dabolim airport this morning. The early morning flight from Mumbai with 110 passengers and eight crew members landed on a ``taxi track'' ...
Twin tower probe
NEW YORK, SEPT. 13.The Chennai-born engineer, Sivaraj Shyam Sunder, who heads the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), will head the Federal probe into the collapse of the Twin Towers in New York on September 11, according ...
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