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Columbia burns up over Texas: All 7 astronauts killed
WASHINGTON, FEB. 1. The space shuttle Columbia disintegrated over the state of Texas today, minutes before its scheduled landing in Florida, killing all seven astronauts on board. Six of them were Americans, including the Indian American, Kalpana ...
A bolt from the blue
NEW DELHI, FEB. 1. For Sanjay Chawla, elder brother of astronaut Kalpana Chawla who is feared killed in the ill-fated space shuttle Columbia, the news came as a big shock. And unfortunately he had to bear it in loneliness in Delhi as ...
Pak. spreading terrorist activity, says Advani
BANGKOK, FEB. 1. Making out a new case against Pakistan on the suspected global reach of its "terrorist-promoting activities", India today expressed "disappointment" over the perceived U.S. "approach" of continuing to regard Islamabad as an ...
Shed pessimism, PM tells people
NEW DELHI, FEB. 1. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today appealed to the people to change their outlook and shed pessimism, saying the country was well on the path of progress. Laying the foundation stone for the "garden for the ...
Pak. claim on UAV baseless: India
NEW DELHI, FEB. 1.India tonight described as ``baseless'' a claim by Pakistan that an Indian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) had violated the airspace in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). ``No Indian UAV has violated the Pakistani airspace. The ...
'ICC studying options on New Zealand's decision'
LONDON, FEB. 1.In a conciliatory stand on New Zealand's decision not to play their World Cup match in Kenya, the International Cricket Council has said it was looking at various options, including the ``rescheduling'' of the game. ``I will be ...
Violence marks Patna bandh
PATNA, FEB. 1.Stray incidents of violence today marked the dawn-to-dusk bandh called by the NDA and Indian Federal Democratic Party in Ashiana Nagar and Raja Bazar areas here to protest against the abduction of a brick-kiln owner. Supporters ...
PNB takes over Nedungadi Bank
NEW DELHI, FEB. 1. THEPunjab National Bank today took over the Nedungadi Bank Limited (NBL), the oldest private sector bank in Kerala, with all its 174 branches working as PNB branches. Announcing the takeover, the PNB Chairman, S. S. Kohli, ...

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