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Iraq War Updates

U.S. forces take over Baghdad airport
NEAR BAGHDAD (IRAQ), APRIL 4. U.S. forces secured Baghdad's Saddam International Airport today, a crucial step in their bid to establish a base of operations for coalition forces just outside the Iraqi capital, and renamed it as Baghdad ...


Saddam on Baghdad streets
BAGHDAD, APRIL 4. Iraqi television showed footage of what it said was President, Saddam Hussein, visiting residential areas of Baghdad today. Dressed in military uniform, Mr. Hussein was mobbed by cheering, chanting Iraqis. Some of them kissed ...
No parallel between Iraq & Kashmir, says U.S.
WASHINGTON, APRIL 4. Even while recognising the ``very serious nature'' of the situation in Kashmir, the Bush administration says that attempts to draw parallels between Iraq and Kashmir are ``wrong and overwhelmed by the differences'' ...
BJP calls it 'unjustified war'
INDORE, APRIL 4. The Bharatiya Janata Party today abandoned its Government's "middle-path" on the Iraq war. The party's national executive committee unanimously adopted a resolution squarely blaming the United States, Britain and the allies for ...
'Nadimarg killings infused fresh thinking in Govt.'
NEW DELHI, APRIL 4. The Nadimarg massacre of Kashmiri Pandits and reports of massing of mercenaries in Pakistan have infused a "fresh thinking" in the Government on dealing with terrorism sponsored from across the border, the External Affairs ...
MiG crashes, 4 killed
LUDHIANA, APRIL 4.A MiG-23 fighter of the Indian Air Force today crashed over a residential area at a village 20 km from here around 10.30 a.m. after it took off from the Halwara base, killing four members of a family. The pilot, however, bailed ...
BSF men return
KOLKATA, APRIL 4.Five Border Security Force personnel, who were reported to have been kidnapped by the BDR personnel on the Indo-Bangladesh border at Malda in North Bengal earlier in the day, have returned to their post. The Inspector General ...
I am a victim of mischief, says judge
NEW DELHI, APRIL 4. In a sudden turnaround, Justice Shameet Mukherjee of the Delhi High Court today withdrew his resignation to "clear'' his name in the alleged Delhi Development Authority (DDA) land scandal. The Full Court headed by the Chief ...
2 Hizb men arrested
NEW DELHI, APRIL 4.The Delhi Police thwarted a Hizb-ul-Mujahideen plan to strike in the Capital by arresting two terrorists, including its Srinagar area commander, Feroz Ahmad Sheikh. Police said they had come to kill policemen in busy market ...



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