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Bombs rain on Baghdad
WASHINGTON, MARCH 21. The United States launched a long-expected massive aerial campaign against Iraq on Friday night, officials said. Enormous explosions were visible around Baghdad, the Iraqi capital, even as American officials continued ...
Saddam shown on TV?
BAGHDAD, MARCH 21.The Iraqi President, Saddam Hussein, was shown on State TV on Friday, meeting his son Qusay, who heads the Republican Guard, and the Defence Minister, Sultan Hashem Ahmad, on the second day of the war. The television gave no ...
Anti-war protests swell across globe
TOKYO, MARCH 21.Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators shut down airports and banks, snarled traffic with bicycles and called for boycotts of American products on Friday, the second day of global protests against the U.S.-led war in Iraq. Two ...
`Human shields' at Iraqi power plant
BAGHDAD, MARCH 21. Westerners, opposed to the U.S.-led war on Iraq, are acting as ``human shields'' at a power plant which provides some six million people in Baghdad with electricity. The area around the al-Daura power plant was bombed on ...
IOC staff withdraw stir
NEW DELHI, MARCH 21. Indian Oil Corporation employees today withdrew their 10-day old work-to-rule agitation that had created domestic cooking gas crisis in northern and southern India. The Petroleum Minister, Ram Naik, told reporters, after ...
CBI raids Mandarins' houses
NEW DELHI, MARCH 21. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) today raided the official and residential premises of several senior Government officials and registered cases. A case of possessing disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs. 4 ...
Rajasthan HC Judge resigns
NEW DELHI, MARCH 21.Arun Madan, Judge of the Rajasthan High Court, has submitted his resignation to the President, following adverse findings against him by a three-member committee set up by the former Chief Justice of India, G.B. Pattanaik, to ...
Bid on Marandi's life
RANCHI, MARCH 21.The former Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Babulal Marandi, today survived a bid on his life at Porgadhi in Godda district when his car was attacked by about 35 JMM activists during campaigning for the March 24 Poreyahat Assembly ...



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