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Reliefs on textiles, edible oils
NEW DELHI, APRIL 30.The Union Finance Minister, Jaswant Singh, managed to successfully steer the Finance Bill 2003 through the Lok Sabha today but drew flak mostly from members of the BJP and some of the allied parties who seemed clearly ...
Ready to go to Delhi, says Jamali
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 30. To give a fillip to the peace initiative of the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, Pakistan is likely to announce a package of confidence-building measures (CBMs) in the next few days. According to sources in the ...
Laloo, Rabri attack BJP at RJD rally
PATNA, APRIL 30. The ruling Rashtriya Janata Dal today displayed its newly raised lathi-wielding army at its rally here, undeterred by two incidents of violence in less than 12 hours killing as many people, one belonging to the party and the ...
India's plea against Quattrocchi fails
SINGAPORE, APRIL 30. The Malaysian Court of Appeal today turned down India's petition against the High Court's dismissal of the plea for the extradition of Ottavio Quattrocchi, Italian businessman who was residing in Kuala Lumpur until recently, ...
15 athletes stripped of medals
NEW DELHI, APRIL 30. Twenty-one top athletes, including the fastest man and woman at last year's Hyderabad National Games, were today pronounced guilty of taking banned substances and now face a possible two-year ban. The Anti-Doping ...
DDA scam: CBI arrests former Delhi HC judge
NEW DELHI, APRIL 30. The CBI today arrested the former Delhi High Court judge, Shameet Mukherjee, for his alleged involvement in the multi-crore Delhi Development Authority (DDA) corruption scam. He will be produced before a Delhi court tomorrow, ...
Bonanza for phone users
NEW DELHI, APRIL 30.Telecom customers will have a major bonanza, including free incoming calls for cellular phones and a low 40 paise a minute call by Reliance on limited mobile (WLL) networks, while there will be no hike in the rental or reduced ...
SARS: 9 test positive
NEW DELHI, APRIL 30.Nine more persons in Pune have been confirmed to be positive for the dreaded SARS virus and preliminary tests revealed that a 65-year-old man in Punjab has tested positive in preliminary tests, Health officials said here ...
Blast at phone exchange
JAMMU, APRIL 30.Militants today blew up a telecommunications exchange in Rajouri district. The attack, the first of its kind in the border district of Jammu, led to the disruption of services in the area. Police sources told The Hindu that ...
AI decision challenged
MUMBAI, APRIL 30.Twenty-seven of the 45 pilots suspended by Air India today moved the Bombay High Court challenging the airline's decision.

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