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Militants storm Raghunath temple
JAMMU, NOV. 24. Militants attacked the Raghunath temple here today for the second time in nine months, killing nine persons and injuring forty-two. In the encounter that followed with the security forces, one militant was gunned down ending the ...
President condemns attack
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, tonight telephoned the Prime Minister, A.B. Vajpayee, and got a brief on the situation in Jammu in the wake of the terrorist strike on Raghunath Temple. Condemning the attack, Dr. Kalam ...
Govt. distancing itself from WEF conference?
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. The Davos-based World Economic Forum's annual India Economic Summit seems to be running out of steam as the political leadership is conspicuous by its absence in the three-day event. Considered a prestigious venue for ...
Venkataswami's resignation to be accepted
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. The Vajpayee Government has decided to accept the resignation of Justice K. Venkataswami, the judge heading the Tehelka probe. It has also decided to request the Chief Justice of India to suggest a replacement. The decision ...
Cong. to field Yatin Oza against Modi
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. The Congress decided today to field Yatin Oza as its candidate against the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, from Maninagar in the December elections to the State Assembly, even as the Bharatiya Janata Party finalised its ...
Child labourers rescued
ALLAHABAD, NOV. 24. Ten children working as bonded labour were freed from a carpet-manufacturing unit by district officials yesterday, officials said here today. Acting on a tip-off, a team of labour officers raided the unit in Paklor village ...
J&K Minister survives attack
SRINAGAR, NOV. 24.The Jammu and Kashmir Minister for Rural Development and senior Congress leader, Peerzada Mohammad Sayeed, escaped unhurt when militants fired at his motorcade in Anantnag district, near Hiller village, last evening. Mr. Sayeed ...
Bhupati weds
MUMBAI, NOV. 24.Tennis star Mahesh Bhupati today married the well-known model, Shweta Jaishankar, at a Bandra hotel here. The marriage was attended by a small group of close relatives and friends, which included his coach, Enrico Piperno, and ...
Nigerian paper sacks author
LAGOS, NOV.24. The Nigerian newspaper This Day today sacked Isioma Daniel, author of an article on the Miss World beauty contest which sparked violent unrest. The announcement came in the latest of a string of front-page apologies for the ...

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