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Friday, April 04, 2003
Blackout as blasts rock Baghdad
BAGHDAD, APRIL 3.The Iraqi capital plunged into darkness tonight as loud explosions rocked the city and tracer rounds raced through the sky near the airport. South of Baghdad, U.S. troops surged toward the capital, passing roads littered with ...
Saddam's bunker under attack?
DUBAI, APRIL 3.U.S. forces claimed today to have targeted the bunker of the Iraqi President, Saddam Hussein, which its designer says can withstand anything short of a hit by a Hiroshima-size bomb. The U.S. Central Command said yesterday that ...
Vohra to listen to `all points of view'
All air passengers to be screened
NEW DELHI, APRIL 3. Even as there appeared to be no end to the worldwide outbreak of the killer pneumonia infection, officially called the `Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome' (SARS), the Centre today decided to screen all international air ...
Sonal Mansingh, others receive Padma awards
New Delhi, April 3. (PTI): Noted Odissi danseuse Sonal Mansingh, Ghazal singer Jagjit Singh, senior journalist Prabhu Chawla and well-known actors Aamir Khan and Naseeruddin Shah today received Padma awards from President APJ Abdul Kalam who set ...
Bill on religion: Gujarat Governor consulting AG
GANDHINAGAR, APRIL 3. The Gujarat Governor, Sunder Singh Bhandari, who is yet to give his consent to the Freedom of the Religion Bill, has apparently not accepted the plea of the Leader of the Opposition, Amarsinh Chaudhary (Congress), that he ...
Naga talks next week?
NEW DELHI, APRIL 3.In a bid to further the Naga peace process, informal discussions between the NSCN(I-M) leadership and the Centre's special emissary, K. Padmanabhaiah, are likely to be held abroad next week. These consultations would be ...
New J&K Hizb chief
MUZAFFARABADSRINAGAR, APRIL 3.APRIL 3.The Hizb-ul-Mujahideen announced today that it has appointed Ghazi Nasiruddin as the new leader of its Kashmir unit. In a shootout with police, Ghulam Hassan Khan (50), Kashmir Hizb chief, was killed ...
MUMBAI, APRIL 3. Actress Aishwarya Rai would be out of action for over a month due to the ``significant'' fracture on her left leg after she was hit by a jeep during a film shooting, the doctor attending on her at the Hinduja Hospital here said ...
POTA against MLA, husband
WARANGAL, APRIL 3.A case has been registered under Prevention Of Terrorism Act against the Congress MLA, Konda Surekha, and her husband, Konda Murali, allegedly linked to the banned People's War here today. Police said that Gatla Mahipal Reddy, ...
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