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Our economic reform has a human face: PM
COPENHAGEN (DENMARK), OCT. 9. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today said that a democratically-elected government could not adopt a "shock therapy approach" to economic reform and had to be sensitive to the "vast disparities in incomes ...
All set for Pak. polls today
ISLAMABAD, OCT. 9. The stage is set for one of the most contentious general elections in Pakistan tomorrow amid assertions by the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, that the polls would usher in a new `era', ending the "domination by a few ...
T.N. general strike total
CHENNAI, OCT. 9.The 12-hour general strike called in Tamil Nadu over the Cauvery issue was total as bus and train services were not operated and educational institutions and commercial establishments remained shut. Even roadside shops had downed ...
No water: Krishna
BANGALORE, OCT. 9. The Karnataka Chief Minister, S.M. Krishna, has reiterated that water would not be released to Tamil Nadu as the matter was pending before the Supreme Court. Addressing presspersons at Kuvempu College, near Channapatna, he ...
Heavy security in J&K on eve of counting
SRINAGAR, OCT. 9.Apprehending suicide attacks by militants who killed hundreds of people in poll-related violence in Jammu and Kashmir, a massive security dragnet was today thrown over all the centres where votes will be counted tomorrow. ...
Chemistry, economics Nobel
STOCKHOLM, OCT. 9. John Fenn of the United States, Japan's Koichi Tanaka and Kurt Wuethrich of Switzerland won the 2002 Nobel Prize in Chemistry today for advances in understanding the process of life. They share the $ 1 million prize for ...
Journalists kidnapped
IMPHAL, OCT. 9. Two journalists were kidnapped by gunmen on NH 39 between Saibon and Sinam villages under Tengnaupal police station limits of Manipur's Chandel district last evening. Police said the journalists were Iboyaima Laithangbam, the ...
Panic near American Center
KOLKATA, OCT. 9. Tension mounted in front of the American Center here early today when policemen were alarmed by the presence of three ``moving shadows.'' The DCP (HQ) refused to give any importance to the incident. However, there was no ...

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