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U.S. forces march into heart of Baghdad
BAGHDAD, APRIL 7. American forces thundered into the heart of Baghdad today, storming a presidential palace and briefly placing tanks outside the Information Ministry, a message to Saddam Hussein's regime that coalition forces could enter the ...
Semantics holds up Iraq resolution
NEW DELHI, APRIL 7.In a change of tack, the Government today agreed to a possible Parliamentary resolution on Iraq, but still refused to ``condemn'' the U.S.-led invasion, insisting that the word ``deplore'' was sufficient to describe the ...
ASI directive on Bhojsala
NEW DELHI, APRIL 7. The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has directed the Madhya Pradesh Government to open the controversial Bhojshala temple complex in Dhar to tourists' daily and for worship from dawn-to-dusk on Tuesdays and two hours in ...
SARS case in Mumbai?
MUMBAI, APRIL 7. An American photographer, Rebecca Ralagh (23) from chicago, suspected to be a case of SARS — Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome — is now being treated in an isolation ward of a civic hospital here after she presented ...
Another MiG crashes
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 7. About five persons were injured, two of them seriously, when an Indian Air Force MiG-21 fighter jet crashed into the residential area of a milk processing plant in the Baldev Nagar area of Ambala soon after take-off around ...
Visas cancelled
MUMBAI, APRIL 7. The Jordanian Government today deported the six Indian "human shields", abruptly cancelling their extended visas, according to the Raza Academy here. A statement issued by the Academy said the Jordanian Government, after ...
WMD found in Iraq?
NEAR BAGHDAD, APRIL 7.The Pentagon has not formally responded to a report that U.S. forces have stumbled on weapons of mass destruction — a cache of some 20 medium-range missiles equipped with potent chemical weapons. This report came ...
Case against Minister
GAYA, APRIL 7. A case has been filed with the Rampur Police station in Gaya on Sunday against the Bihar Minister of State for Excise, Surendra Yadav, the RJD MLC, Azad Gandhi, and Pappu Yadav for allegedly kidnapping a businessman and torturing ...



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