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U.S. forces closing in on Baghdad
NEAR KARBALA (IRAQ), APRIL 2.Approaching within 65 km of Baghdad, U.S. forces seized a bridge over the Tigris and swept past battered Republican Guard units today. One of the key Guard divisions defending the city of Kut ``has been destroyed,'' a ...
J&K and Centre will jointly fight enemies of peace: Mufti
NEW DELHI, APRIL 2. The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammed Sayeed, rounded off his meetings here on the State's security concerns and development prospects with a one-on-one meeting with the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee. ...
i-Flex official released on bail
LONDON, APRIL 2. After spending a week at the Brixton prison in south west London on alleged visa violations, Senthil Kumar, Chief Executive Officer of the Dutch subsidiary of the Indian software firm i-Flex, was today released on bail, but was ...
Legislate or face agitation: Togadia
NEW DELHI, APRIL 2. A resolution of the Ram temple issue will now be possible only through legislation by Parliament or via an agitation, which could lead to a civil war or "anarchy" in the country, according to the Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader, ...
Aishwarya Rai injured
NASIK, APRIL 2.The Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai was injured today during a film shooting when a jeep accidentally hit her near Trimbakeshwar, about 25 km from here. ``The actress received a minor fracture in her left foot and is out of ...
SC `nod' to evidence by video-conferencing
NEW DELHI, APRIL 2. Giving a new dimension to criminal law, the Supreme Court has held that recording of evidence of a witness, even those residing abroad, by video-conferencing is permissible. A Bench, comprising Justice S.N. ...
Salvi, Gambhir in Indian team
MUMBAI, APRIL 2.Young paceman Avishkar Salvi and Delhi opener Gautam Gambhir were among the four new faces included today in the 15-member Indian cricket squad for the triangular one-day series to be held in Dhaka from April 11 to 20. ...



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