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No troops for Iraq without explicit U.N. mandate: India
NEW DELHI, JULY 14. India today formally decided not to send its troops to Iraq under the American and British command. As expected, the Cabinet Committee on Security considered the issue and politely declined the request of the United ...


Vajpayee's views clinched the issue
NEW DELHI, JULY 14. The Cabinet Committee on Security took a mere 10 minutes to reach the "no troops for Iraq" decision. It took 45 minutes more to draft the 18-line "press release". Neither the press release nor the Minister for External ...
All hearts go out to her
BANGALORE, JULY 14.The two-and-a-half year old Pakistani child, Noor Fatima's open heart surgery has been `tentatively fixed'' at 6.30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 16. Her parents, Nadeem Sajjad and Tayyaba Nadeem, nervous about the delicate procedure ...
PM rejects Nitish's resignation
NEW DELHI, JULY 14.Factional feuds and inner-party tussles overshadowed the national-level Samata Party meeting here today, culminating in the Railway Minister, Nitish Kumar, resigning from the Government and the Prime Minister, Atal Behari ...
No talks with Kanchi seer: Muslim Law Board
NEW DELHI, JULY 14.The All-India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has reacted angrily to reports that it is still negotiating with the Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswati. In a statement issued this afternoon, Qasim Rasool Illyas, ...
Former RSS chief dead
MUMBAI, JULY 14.Former Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief, Rajendra Singh (81), passed away in Pune today after a long spell of illness. Known among the RSS cadre as Rajju Bhaiyya, this former teacher of physics at Allahabad University was ...
Laloo, Mishra get bail
NEW DELHI, JULY 14.The Supreme Court today granted regular bail to two former Bihar Chief Ministers, Laloo Prasad Yadav and Jagannath Mishra, and over 500 others accused in various `Rs. 900 crore fodder scam cases'. A three-judge Bench, ...
Blast in Jakarta
SINGAPORE, JULY 14.The Indonesian Parliament in Jakarta was today rocked by a high-intensity bomb explosion at an air-conditioning plant within the premises. This sent a fresh wave of terror alarm across southeast Asia, although the blast ...



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