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Sunday, June 15, 2003
Govt. yet to decide on sending troops to Iraq
'No let-up in infiltration'
DEHRA DUN, JUNE 14. Asserting that there was no let-up in infiltration from across the border, the Defence Minister, George Fernandes, told reporters here today that there was no change in India's stand that Pakistan should stop cross-border ...
Congress to stick to its stand
NEW DELHINEW DELHI, JUNE 14.JUNE 14. The Congress is opposed to the deployment of Indian troops under any command other than that of the United Nations in Iraq. Senior leaders formulating the party's position on the issue ahead of Sunday's ...
PM-Naidu meet clears the air
NEW DELHI, JUNE 14. At a two-hour meeting between the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, and the Bharatiya Janata Party president, M. Venkaiah Naidu, on Friday night, the recent misunderstanding between the two on the leadership of the party ...
Vajpayee will lead BJP in LS polls: Advani
NEW YORK, JUNE 14. Reaffirming that there were no differences in the Bharatiya Janata Party on the leadership issue, the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, said on Friday that the party would contest the next Lok Sabha elections under the ...
EPRLF leader shot dead
COLOMBO, JUNE 14. In an ominous return to violence in Sri Lanka, a top anti-LTTE leader, T. Subathiran (45), was assassinated in the heart of northern Jaffna town early this morning by an "unidentified sniper'', allegedly an LTTE sharpshooter, ...
`Musharraf's remarks disappointing'
NEW DELHI, JUNE 14. India today said that it was "deeply disappointed" with some of the comments made by the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, in his interview to NDTV. "The most distressing were the comments on Kargil and the implication ...
SINGAPORE, JUNE 14.A Cold War barrier was crossed today when the two Koreas, North and South, re-connected a railway line which remained cut since the end of the Korean War in 1953. It may be several months before a train service is ...
DUBAI, JUNE 14.Saddam Hussein, whose fate is unknown, has issued an ultimatum to foreigners to leave Iraq and threatened attacks in countries and on aircraft of the U.S.-led coalition, in a letter purportedly signed by him and published in ...
Yasin Malik released
SRINAGAR, JUNE 14.The Senior Hurriyat leader and JKLF chairman, Yasin Malik, was released from jail today on bail, after two days detention in the Central jail here. He was arrested during a signature campaign calling for the participation of ...
2 killed in U.P. mosque
GHAZIABAD, JUNE 14. Tension prevailed at Faridnagar in Uttar Pradesh today after the killing of two persons in a mosque and the subsequent police lathi-charge on a protesting crowd demanding the arrest of the killers. Usman alias Rana and ...
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