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U.S. forces sweep in and out of Baghdad
NEAR BAGHDAD, APRIL 5.U.S. armoured vehicles drove through parts of the Iraqi capital today, U.S. officials claimed, as other coalition troops advanced from the south to test the strength of the President, Saddam Hussein's defenders, who are ...


U.S., U.K. demand for talks with Pak. `insensitive': Sinha
NEW DELHI, APRIL 5. India has termed as "insensitive" the U.S. and British demand for resumption of a dialogue with Pakistan in the wake of the Nadimarg massacre of Kashmiri Pandits and asserted that it will not talk to Islamabad till it stops ...
Govt. performance the key: PM
INDORE, APRIL 5. Even as the Bharatiya Janata Party is in the midst of preparing a massive election campaign full of sound and fury, the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today warned the party that speeches and manifestoes, however well ...
Goh for dynamic links with India
SINGAPORE, APRIL 5. Evincing a "genuine interest" in reaching out to India, a potentially "important friend", in the long-term future, Singapore has signalled its readiness to diversify its traditional links with New Delhi. Outlining this ...
Stripped of citizenship
LONDON, APRIL 5. The Egyptian-born controversial radical Muslim cleric, Sheikh Abu Hamza, who praised the September 11 terrorist attacks on the U.S., has been stripped of his U.K. citizenship for acting against the interests of Britain. ``I have ...
Samata Party crisis deepens
PATNA, APRIL 5. The crisis in the Samata Party deepened with the Nitish Kumar faction gunning for the Defence Minister and party president, George Fernandes' scalp at its legislature party meeting today. The meeting was held against the ...
Four militants killed in J&K
JAMMU, APRIL 5. Four militants were shot dead by security forces in two separate encounters in Jammu and Kashmir since yesterday, sources said here today. Three Hizb-ul-Mujahideen militants were killed in the Dessa area of Doda district last ...



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