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Wednesday, July 09, 2003
Pak. sets terms for resuming air links
ISLAMABAD, JULY 8. In response to India's proposal for a resumption of air links, Pakistan has said that it will not be inclined to consider it unless New Delhi is prepared to give guarantees that in the future, a suspension of air links does not ...
Secretary-level talks ruled out
NEW DELHI, JULY 8.
Twins die on operation table
SINGAPORE, JULY 8.
Tickets issued for Lahore bus
NEW DELHI, JULY 8.While a lot had waited for the past year for resumption of the Delhi-Lahore bus service, it was Mohammad Abdullah of Jammu and Kashmir who bought the first ticket to Lahore. Giving away the first ticket at the Ambedkar Stadium ...
POTA panel begins review
NEW DELHI, JULY 8. The three-member committee headed by Justice Arun B. Saharya today started a review of the arrests made under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA) in 14 States, including Tamil Nadu, almost a year after the MDMK general ...
India slides down the index
NEW DELHI, JULY 8. Madhya Pradesh, Kerala and West Bengal have received considerable appreciation in the 2003 Human Development Report (HDR) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) even as India was pushed down three rungs on the Human ...
BJP chief rejects VHP's demand
NEW DELHI, JULY 8. In the midst of the Sangh Parivar's stridency on the Ayodhya issue, the BJP tonight rejected the VHP demand for resignation of the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, saying there was no basis for it. ``This is a baseless ...
115 killed in plane crash
KHARTOUM, JULY 8. A Sudanese airliner crashed early today in eastern Sudan, killing all but one of the 116 people aboard, including a senior military officer and three Indians. A baby was the sole survivor of the accident, which occurred ...
BHUBANESWAR, JULY 8.A court here today deferred till July 14 the hearing on a petition seeking bail for Dara Singh, prime accused in the case pertaining to the killing of the Australian missionary, Graham Stuart Staines, and his two sons. The ...
NEW DELHI, JULY 8.The Delhi High Court today began hearing arguments on a petition by the Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) challenging the J.K. Mehra Award allowing the suspended cricketer, Ajay Jadeja, to play. The Board, in 2000, ...
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