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Monday, February 10, 2003
Hurriyat forced to close down office in Delhi
NEW DELHI, FEB. 9. Facing the heat after two of its activists were arrested on charges of acting as conduits for facilitating the flow of funds to terrorists in the Kashmir Valley, the All-Party Hurriyat Conference was forced to close down its ...
Muslim board to oppose Govt. plea in Ayodhya case
NEW DELHI, FEB. 9. The All-India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has decided to oppose the Government's plea before the Supreme Court for vacation of stay on religious and other activities on the 67 acres of Central Government acquired land in ...
Crucial Cauvery meet today
NEW DELHI, FEB. 9.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, will chair the crucial sixth meeting of the Cauvery River Authority (CRA) here tomorrow to take a decision on the distress-sharing o f Cauvery water and the releases made by Karnataka ...
Rein in BJP leaders: Mayawati
NEW DELHI, FEB. 9.A high-level meeting to sort out the differences between the ruling coalition partners in Uttar Pradesh the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party should take place next week. This was agreed upon ...
'Experts confirm high level of pesticides in bottled water'
NEW DELHI, FEB. 9. Scientists and experts of the Department of Science and Technology have confirmed the findings of the Centre of Science and Environment about the high level of pesticides in bottled drinking water. In a letter to the Prime ...
Iraq hands over new documents
MANAMA (BAHRAIN), FEB. 9. Top United Nations weapons inspectors today held another round of detailed discussions with the Iraqi authorities to gauge whether Baghdad was ready to cooperate in disarming itself. The report that the chief U.N. ...
India beats Japan
NEW DELHI, FEB. 9. India defeated Japan 4-1 in the Asia-Oceania Group I Davis Cup tie winning both the reverse singles matches here today. Leander Paes defeated Gouchi Motomura 1-6 6-3 6-4 after Rohan Bopanna had given India a winning 3-1 lead ...
Rushdie, Padma split
LONDON, FEB. 9. Novelist Salman Rushdie and the Tamil model, Padma Lakshmi, are reported to have split, three years after they started a steamy relationship that took New York's glitterati by storm. But there was no public comment from either of ...
Blast at Pak. n-research plant
ISLAMABAD, FEB. 9.One man was killed and another injured today in a blast at a liquid nitrogen plant, which is part of a nuclear research facility at Nilore, 25 km from here, the State-run news agency said. The Associated Press of Pakistan ...
NEW DELHI, FEB. 9. An 11 per cent increase in the price of vegetables pushed the inflation to this fiscal's highest ever at 4.61 per cent for the week ended January 25, as against 1.29 per cent in the corresponding week last year.
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