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Uneasy truce between BJP and BSP in U.P.
NEW DELHI, FEB. 15. Days and hours of discussions and meetings today led to an uneasy truce between the two ruling coalition partners in Uttar Pradesh, Bahujan Samaj Party and Bharatiya Janata Party, but not before the Prime Minister, Atal Behari ...
England skipper may quit over Zimbabwe fiasco
EAST LONDON (SOUTH AFRICA), FEB. 15. The England captain, Nasser Hussain, said on Saturday that he would likely step down after the World Cup because of bitterness over the Zimbabwe fiasco, and accused the International Cricket Council of letting ...
Worldwide protests against war
LONDON, FEB. 15. Anti-war protests today drew hundreds of thousands of people in cities around the world — from London to Canberra — united in their opposition to a threatened United States-led strike against Iraq. One of the ...
Saddam will be disarmed: Bush
UNITED NATIONS. FEB. 15. The United States President, George W. Bush, had some strong words for the Iraqi President, Saddam Hussein, while visiting the headquarters of the Federal Bureau of Investigation today. "This war requires us to ...
India pulls out of SAF Games
NEW DELHI, FEB. 15.India today decided not to participate in the SAF Games, scheduled to be held in Islamabad from March 29 to April 7. The decision, External Affairs Ministry sources said, was in keeping with India's hard-line stand on ...
Kargil linked by air
NEW DELHI, FEB. 15. Kargil town, which is still under the range of Pakistani guns, was put on the airlink map with an Indian Air Force Antonov-32 making its first landing at the airport on Friday with civilian passengers. The IAF spokesman, ...
Forex reserves swell
MUMBAI, FEB. 15. India's foreign exchange reserves soared by over $1 billion for the third time in the last seven weeks to cross the $74-billion mark, a record level, mainly due to foreign direct investments and export remittances. The foreign ...
Now an embarrassing loss
CENTURION, FEB. 15. The sight of Indian players hovering around the pitch in the morning gave enough hints on the state of their mind. Once again, they were going to base their line of attack on the strength of their reading of the pitch. And ...

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