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Nuclear command structure to be in place soon
NEW DELHI, DEC. 30.The much-awaited strategic forces command to manage India's nuclear and missile assets is likely to be announced early next year and its first chief could be T.M. Asthana, a senior Indian Air Force officer, official sources ...
Musharraf had warned of n-war
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 30. In a chilling disclosure, the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said he conveyed several messages to the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, during the standoff between India and Pakistan earlier that if Indian ...
Dinesh Mongia in, Laxman out of World Cup team
KOLKATA, DEC. 30.Punjab's top-order batsman, Dinesh Mongia, has been included in the Indian squad for the cricket World Cup 2003 in place of the Hyderabad batsman, V.V.S. Laxman, as the national selection committee, which met here on Monday, ...
Veerappan 'seeks' Presidential pardon
BANGALORE, DEC. 30.The forest brigand, Veerappan, was willing to surrender if the President issued a letter of pardon to him, Ponnachi Mahadevaswamy of the Janata Dal(U) told presspersons on Monday, at a function to release a book, "Bali — ...
Barnala is A.P. Governor
NEW DELHI, DEC. 30.Surjit Singh Barnala is the new Governor of Andhra Pradesh. He was today shifted from Uttaranchal and appointed to take charge of the Raj Bhavan in Hyderabad for the remainder of his term. The term of the Andhra Pradesh ...
Jamali wins trust vote
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 30.The Pakistan Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, comfortably won a vote of confidence today that assured the survival of his coalition Government. Mr. Jamali won 188 votes in the 342-seat National Assembly. He needed ...
PM working on musings
PANAJI, DEC. 30.As is his wont in the past, the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, who is holidaying here, is also working on the ``musings'', similar to the ones he had penned at Kumarakom in Kerala in the year 2000. PTI ...
3 American doctors killed
SAN'A, DEC. 30.Three American doctors were shot to death in the missionary hospital where they worked in Yemen today, security officials said. The attacker, a suspected Muslim fundamentalist, was later arrested, the officials said without ...

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