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Baghdad reels under heavy bombardment
IN SOUTH-CENTRAL IRAQ, MARCH 28. American Marines clashed repeatedly with Iraqi forces in south-central Iraq on Friday during a push north toward Baghdad that has been slower and more frustrating than planners foresaw. British forces outside ...
War update
  • Tony Blair says that unseating Saddam Hussein will be "tough and difficult".
  • Iraqi forces fired at civilians fleeing Basra, say British officers.
  • Iraq claims it has shot down a U.S. drone over Baghdad.
  • First British aid ...
    'Ceasefire only if Pak. ends terror'
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 28. India today insisted that it could consider an Anglo-American proposal for an "immediate ceasefire" with Pakistan only when Islamabad ends crossborder infiltration in Jammu and Kashmir on a permanent basis. The External ...
    India protests arrest of IT professional
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 28.India today strongly protested to the Netherlands Government the arrest of the i-flex Solutions Chief Executive Officer, Senthil Kumar, in London and the detention of other employees in the Netherlands for alleged visa ...
    SC notice to Advani
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 28.The Supreme Court today issued notices to the Deputy Prime Minister, L. K. Advani, the Human Resource Development Minister, Murli Manohar Joshi, the CBI and 33 others on a petition seeking a review of the Court's earlier order ...
    EPF: decision put off
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 28.The Labour Ministry today deferred by a month a decision regarding revision of the rate of interest on the Employees Provident Fund. The Central Board of Trustees of the EPF which met here constituted a finance and investment ...
    3 killed in J&K encounter
    SASARAM (BIHAR), MARCH 28.Three persons, including a jawan of the Bihar Military Police were killed and three injured in an encounter between the outlawed naxalite outfit, Maoist Communist Centre, and police in Rohtas district today. ...
    Additional Judge for Bombay HC
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 28.The President, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, has appointed Aloysius Stanislaus Aguiar as an Additional Judge of the Bombay High Court for a period of two years. The appointment will take effect from March 28, an official release said ...
    Japan launches spy satellites
    SINGAPORE, MARCH 28.For the first time, Japan today asserted a measure of strategic autonomy in relation to the United States over a matter of vital security concern to the authorities in Tokyo. Japan successfully launched two spy satellites from ...



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