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Pak. emerging as a terrorist state: PM
NEW DELHI, OCT. 25. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, said here today that India was committed to extending all assistance to end the scourge of terrorism but regretted that even now the world did not make a distinction between terror and ...
Crisis as 8 independent MLAs withdraw support to U.P. Govt.
LUCKNOW, OCT. 25. The BSP-BJP coalition government in Uttar Pradesh tonight faced a crisis with eight independent MLAs withdrawing support, bringing its majority in the Legislative Assembly down to a wafer-thin margin. As the BJP cracked the ...
Gunmen set Saturday deadline
MOSCOW, OCT. 25. Gunmen holding hundreds hostage in a Moscow theatre have threatened to start shooting the hostages on Saturday morning if the Russian Government fails to fulfil their demands of ending the war in Chechnya and withdrawing its ...
Congress-PDP talks focus on CMP
NEW DELHI, OCT. 25. The renewed effort to break the stalemate that has prevented the Congress and the People's Democratic Party (PDP) from putting up a coalition government in Jammu & Kashmir began today with leaders of both parties discussing ...
Minimum wage increased
NEW DELHI, OCT. 25.The minimum floor level wage has been increased by Rs. 5 at the national level to Rs. 50 a day with effect from September 1, 2002. The Labour Minister, Sahib Singh Verma, has written to all State Governments to ensure that ...
R K Sharma chargesheeted
NEW DELHI, OCT. 25.The Delhi Police today chargesheeted the suspended Haryana Inspector-General of Police (Prisons), R.K. Sharma, for conspiring to murder the Indian Express journalist, Shivani Bhatnagar, in 1999. They filed a 50-page ...
Amendments to CPC upheld
NEW DELHI, OCT. 25.The Supreme Court today upheld the validity of the 1999 amendments to the Civil Procedure Code (CPC) providing for speedy disposal of civil cases which had prompted large-scale lawyers' agitation across the country. A ...
Sunita Rani's coach suspended
NEW DELHI, OCT. 25.The Sports Authority of India today suspended the drug-tainted athlete Sunita Rani's coach, Renu Kohli, to facilitate the inquiry ordered by the Amateur Athletic Federation of India. ``The suspension is a normal procedure in ...

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