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12 jawans killed as 'fidayeen' storm Army camp
SANJUWAN (JAMMU), JUNE 28. In a pre-dawn suicide attack on Saturday, two terrorists pierced the heavily-guarded Sanjuwan Army camp on the outskirts of Jammu city and killed 12 Army personnel. Seven persons, including a Lieutenant, were ...


Army formations on full alert
NEW DELHI, JUNE 28. The Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) was briefed on today's `fidayeen' (suicide) attack on a Dogra battalion camp on the outskirts of Jammu. The high number of Army casualties prompted the discussion at the meeting ...
Cabinet clears new Lok Pal Bill
NEW DELHI, JUNE 28.The Union Cabinet has once again decided to put in place a Lok Pal regime, intended to check corruption in high places. The office of Prime Minister has also been brought under the jurisdiction of the proposed Lok Pal. The ...
Niazi's pistol missing from National Museum
NEW DELHI, JUNE 28. A pistol symbolising the historical surrender of the Pakistani forces in the 1971 Bangladesh war has mysteriously disappeared from the National Museum at Janpath today. Handed over to Gen. Jasjit Aurora at Dhaka by Gen. ...
Pak. bid to deport Sharif's kin stalled
ISLAMABAD, JUNE 28. The Pakistan Government today made an abortive attempt to deport to Saudi Arabia the wife and two daughters of the exiled Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz president and former Punjab Chief Minister, Shahbaz Sharif. Thanks to a ...
Lashkar men indicted
WASHINGTON, JUNE 28.Eleven men who trained with and fought for the terrorist group, the Lashkar-e-Taiba, have been indicted by federal prosecutors on charges of working with terrorists to fight for Muslim causes in foreign nations. The ...
Badal's houses raided
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 28.The Vigilance Bureau today raided the former Punjab Chief Minister, Parkash Singh Badal's ancestral house in Faridkot and another in the city in connection with a disproportionate assets case against him even as the Akali ...
Nagaland Minister sacked
KOHIMA, JUNE 28.The Nagaland Chief Minister, Neiphiu Rio, tonight dismissed the Housing and Home Guards Minister, E.T. Ezung, from his four-month-long Ministry, official sources said. Mr. Ezung, a senior member of the Nagaland Democratic ...



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