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Monday, July 14, 2003
Advani rules out legislation on Ayodhya
25 die as bus falls into the Chenab
JAMMU, JULY 13.Twenty-five persons were killed and 20 injured, eight of them seriously, when a passenger bus collided with a van and fell into the Chenab river near Premnagar, 186 km from here, in Doda district today. The bus, which was on its ...
Enacting laws will create further tension: Samata
NEW DELHI, JULY 13.The Samata Party, a key constituent of the National Democratic Alliance, made it known today that it was not in favour of the Sangh Parivar's latest demand for legislation to hand over the undisputed land for the construction ...
I will not mediate, says Chandra Shekhar
GHAZIABAD, JULY 13. The former Prime Minister, Chandra Shekhar, today cautioned the Government against bowing to the VHP's pressure to frame legislation to build a Ram temple in Ayodhya and said it would further complicate the vexed matter. ...
New Iraqi council promises `effective Government'
BAGHDAD, JULY 13. The Iraqi Governing Council today vowed to form an "effective Government" that would achieve security, revitalise the economy and provide public services. "The building of a new Iraq shall remain among the first priorities of ...
Indian envoy to reach Pak. tomorrow
ISLAMABAD, JULY 13.India's new High Commissioner-designate to Pakistan, Shiv Shankar Menon, will arrive here on Tuesday to take up his new assignment.He is likely to present his credentials to the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, some time ...
Raid on Badal son's resort
GURGAON, JULY 13.Continuing the search of property owned by the former Punjab Chief Minister, Parkash Singh Badal, and his family members, the Vigilance Bureau today raided a resort owned by his son and Rajya Sabha member, Sukhbir Singh Badal, ...
Agreement on ceasefire
AIZAWL, JULY 13.The ninth round of talks between the Bru National Liberation Front (BNLF) and the Mizoram Government has ended on a positive note with both sides agreeing to meet again in August to formulate the final draft of a prospective peace ...
NEW DELHI, JULY 13.With vegetable prices shooting up by 11 per cent, inflation headed to 5.32 per cent for the week ended June 28, up by 0.11 per cent from the previous week's level, though some edible oils became cheaper and fuel prices stood ...
India loses final
CHENNAI, JULY 13.India's incredible victory run at the World Under-19 Volleyball Championship ended today, as they lost to the defending champions, Brazil, 3-0 in the final at Suphanburi in Thailand. Brazil beat India 25-22, 26-24, 25-19 in the ...
RJD leader shot at
MUZAFFARPUR (BIHAR), JULY 13. A leader of the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Arjun Rai, who had unsuccessfully contested the Auarai Assembly seat in the last general elections, was critically wounded when unidentified persons shot at him at Balughat ...
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