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Advani will lead BJP in next elections: PM
NEW DELHI, JUNE 4. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, this evening came pretty close to suggesting that the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, would "lead'' the Bharatiya Janata Party to victory in the next general elections. "The party ...


MiG crashes in Rajasthan, pilot killed
NEW DELHI, JUNE 4. Another MiG fighter of the Indian Air Force crashed this morning shortly after take-off from the Uttarlai air base in Rajasthan killing the pilot. The crash occurred at a time when a team from its original manufacturer is ...
Sharon, Abbas back U.S. road map for peace
AQABA (JORDAN), JUNE 4.In a landmark summit, Israelis and Palestinians, under the stewardship of the United States, have decided after a three-year interruption, to shed violence and revive their stalled peace process. Even cynics, who have ...
Pak. downplays PM's statement
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 4. Pakistan today did not respond to the statement made by the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, that if talks were to resume with Pakistan on Kashmir, they should begin first on Pak-occupied Kashmir (PoK). Under normal ...
MCC kills 3 CISF men
RANCHI, JUNE 4. Four persons, including three personnel of the Central Industrial Security Force, were killed when suspected Maoist Communist Centre extremists blew up their jeep by exploding a landmine in the Bokaro district of Jharkhand today. ...
No, says LTTE
COLOMBO, JUNE 4. In a complete rejection of the Sri Lankan Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe's offer to clarify his proposals for a development oriented structure, the LTTE today dismissed the suggestions aimed at giving them a role in the ...
Medha Patkar hospitalised
NASHIK, JUNE 4. The Narmada Bachao Andolan leader, Medha Patkar, was admitted to a civil hospital here following deterioration in her health today, the sixth day of her indefinite hunger strike to demand rehabilitation of the Narmada project ...
New Nepal PM
KATHMANDU, JUNE 4. Nepal's King Gyanendra today appointed veteran politician and pro-monarchist Surya Bahadur Thapa as the kingdom's new Prime Minister. Mr. Thapa comes from the same party as his predecessor, Lokendra Bahadur Chand, who stepped ...
Runner-up despite odds
PANAMA CITY (PANAMA), JUNE 4.Miss Dominican Republic, Amelia Vega, won the 2003 Miss Universe title today, topping 70 other contestants, including India's Nikita Anand. The outgoing titleholder, Justine Pasek of Panama slipped the crown on the ...



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