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Sunday, September 15, 2002
Gujarat events a shame: PM
NEW YORK, SEPT. 14. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, has reiterated that the Gujarat riots were not a "good thing.'' Addressing members of the Indian community at a reception on Friday night, Mr. Vajpayee said that wherever he went, ...
Bush has given a hard message to Pak.: Brajesh
NEW YORK, SEPT. 14.The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf's speech at the United Nations General Assembly does not push the clock back or set it forward as far as the Indo-Pak. relations are concerned; and Gen. Musharraf should take steps to ...
No Pak. leader can abandon Kashmir: Musharraf
NEW YORK, SEPT. 14.The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said that he will be thrown out of power if he abandons the Kashmir issue. ``No leader, no government of Pakistan can leave or abandon the issue of Kashmir. Any effort to ...
Centre geared for renewed violence in J&K
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 14.The Centre is expecting a dramatic increase in the violence in Jammu and Kashmir as the troubled State embarks on an electoral time-table on Monday. The view here is that Pakistan is desperate enough to want to ``activate'' ...
Water released to Tamil Nadu from Kabini reservoir
MYSORE, SEPT. 14.The Karnataka authorities today opened the crest gates of the Kabini reservoir amid unprecedented security and released water to Tamil Nadu. Sources said that about 9,000 cusecs of water was being released to comply with the ...
Operative's arrest may unravel Al-Qaeda secrets
ISLAMABAD, SEPT. 14.The Pakistan police captured a gang of alleged Al-Qaeda members including Ramzi Binalshibh, wanted by the United States in connection with the September 11 attacks of last year, in a raid on an apartment in Karachi on ...
Cong. misled Dalits for 50 years, says Modi
DHANDHUKA (GUJARAT), SEPT. 14. The Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, today launched a scathing attack on the Congress, saying it always considered the Dalits as its `vote-bank' but only ``misled them for the last 50 years''. Addressing a ...
'Sati' bid foiled, commits suicide
TIKAMGARH (MAHARASHTRA), SEPT. 14.Barely a month after a woman committed `sati' in neighbouring Panna district, a 28-year-old woman immolated herself in Ratanguan village, about 32 km from here on Friday after her attempt to commit `sati' was ...
Quake hits Andamans
PORT BLAIR, SEPT. 14.A powerful earthquake, measuring 6 on the Richter scale ,rocked the Andaman islands in the wee hours today claiming two lives and damaging some houses, according to initial reports. The quake claimed two lives at Rangat ...
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