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Iraq War Updates

Skirmishes at Baghdad palace, mosque
BAGHDAD, APRIL 10. U.S. forces battled holdout fighters here today as rampant looting persisted in the capital. To the north, Kurdish fighters reported a major gain, entering the city of Kirkuk near some of Iraq's most productive oil fields. ...


U.S. soldier killed in suicide attack
BAGHDAD, APRIL 10. At least one U.S. soldier was killed today in a suicide attack in Baghdad, Major Matt Baker of the U.S. Marines told AFP. ``It happened north of here,'' Maj. Baker said, speaking at the Palestine Hotel in downtown Baghdad ...
Chandrika conveys `concerns' about peace talks
NEW DELHI, APRIL 10.The Sri Lankan President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, today met the President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, and held talks with the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee. According to the Foreign Office spokesman, the main subject of ...
LS adopts resolution against cow slaughter
NEW DELHI, APRIL 10. moved by a BJP member, asking the Centre to enact a law banning cow slaughter. The move, however, met with stiff resistance from the Opposition parties, which walked out in protest. Hours of wrangling and heated exchanges ...
No SARS case in India: Sushma
NEW DELHI, APRIL 10. The Centre said today that there was no case of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in India. The suspected cases in Mumbai, Bhopal and Hyderabad had been found to be "negative" after tests. Giving clarifications on ...
'A successful launch'
BANGALORE, APRIL 10. In another significant milestone in India's space programme, the multi-purpose satellite INSAT-3A was successfully launched on board the European Ariane-5 rocket from the French Guyanese spaceport of Kourou, South America, ...
SC ban on structures
NEW DELHI, APRIL 10. The Supreme Court today passed an order directing that no temporary or permanent structure would be allowed on main roads and thoroughfares in Tamil Nadu for holding public meetings and processions, which would obstruct free ...
Five weeks for ASI
LUCKNOW, APRIL 10. The Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court today gave five weeks to the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) for excavations at the disputed site in Ayodhya to find out if a temple existed there. The special full Bench of ...
Pak. cancels SAF games
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 10. Pakistan today announced the cancellation of the thrice-postponed South Asian Federation games. The next SAF games will now be held in Sri Lanka at a date to be decided later. It is not clear what prompted the SAF executive ...



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