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Nuclear Command Authority comes into being
NEW DELHI, JAN. 4.More than four-and-a-half years after declaring itself a nuclear weapon power, India today made public a set of political principles and administrative arrangements to manage its arsenal of atomic weapons. Maximum restraint in ...
Kalam calls for global space force to protect satellites
BANGALORE, JAN. 4. History was made today at the Indian Science Congress, which is under way here, with the President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, not only participating in the proceedings, but also presenting a paper. This is the first time in the ...
CBI will probe killings, says Rabri Devi
PATNA, JAN. 4. In a bid to stem political opposition following largescale violence, the Bihar Government today decided to hand over to the CBI the investigation of last Saturday's killing of three youths here in a `fake' police encounter. ...
Phukan to head Tehelka panel
NEW DELHI, JAN. 4. The Government has appointed Justice S.N. Phukan, a retired Judge of the Supreme Court, as the new chief of the Tehelka enquiry commission. He succeeds Justice K. Venkataswami, who resigned on November 23 last year. Mr. ...
Hindutva will remain BJP's main plank in polls
GANDHINAGAR, JAN. 4.The Congress and the "Nehruvian concept of distorted secularism'' came under attack from the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, as the Gujarat unit of the BJP decided to stick to its `Hindutva' agenda in the coming elections ...
Pak., U.S. troops clash
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 4. In the second incident of cross-firing within a week, Pakistani and United States troops exchanged heavy fire in a tribal area on the Pakistan-Afghan border even as the President, Pervez Musharraf, held telephonic talks with ...
Lashkar warns liquor dealers
JAMMU JAN. 4. The pan Islamic militant outfit, Lashkar-e-Taiba, has threatened the alcohol dealers in Kulgam area of south Kashmir of dire consequences if they failed to discontinue the trade. Police sources said hand-written posters issued by ...
Shootout in Delhi
NEW DELHI, JAN. 4. Five criminals opened fire in a busy north west Delhi area causing panic. Police nabbed one of them and was questioning him to ascertain the motive. None was injured in the firing by the car-borne assailants at Lawrence Road ...

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