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Brigadier killed, 4 officers injured in `fidayeen' attack on Army camp
JAMMU, JULY 22.Terrorists this morning almost succeeded in annihilating the entire top officer corps of the country's most important military formation, the Northern Command. Claimed to have been executed by an obscure organisation called the ...


Discussion on CBI in Rajya Sabha today
NEW DELHI, JULY 22. A way out of the current impasse in Parliament was found today on the alleged "dropping" of criminal conspiracy charges by the Central Bureau of Investigation against the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, and others, in the ...
Advani sees bid to disrupt peace process
NEW DELHI, JULY 22. The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today told Parliament that the terrorist strike against pilgrims to the Vaishnodevi shrine in Jammu and Kashmir was an attempt to "disrupt the normalcy in the State and the peace ...
Saddam's sons killed
BAGHDAD, JULY 23. Saddam Hussein's sons Uday (at right in picture) and Qusai were killed in a six-hour firefight today when U.S. forces surrounded and then stormed a palatial villa in the northern town of Mosul, a senior American general ...
Eiffel Tower catches fire
PARIS, JULY 22. A small fire near the top of the Eiffel Tower was extinguished shortly after erupting today, Paris police said. The fire caused panic among tourists but no injuries, authorities said. — ...
Special Adviser to U.N. chief
UNITED NATIONS, JULY 22.The U.N. Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, has appointed Nitin Desai, Undersecretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, as his Special Adviser for the World Summit on the Information Society, which aims to bridge the ...
Twins separated
SINGAPORE, JULY 22. Four-month-old South Korean twins, Min Ji Hye and Sa Rang, joined at the pelvis were today separated at the same Singapore Hospital where the Iranian sisters seeking the same goal died two weeks ago. The separation took ...
Jaguar crashes
AMBALA, JULY 22.A Jaguar aircraft of the Indian Air Force crashed at the local Air Force station here today, official sources said. The pilot was safe, they added. — PTI ...
Debate on Taj heritage project
NEW DELHI, JULY 22.The Government today conceded the demand of the Opposition for a discussion on the controversial Taj heritage corridor project. The discussion will take place tomorrow afternoon after the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, ...
2 killed in derailment
GUWAHATI, JULY 22.Three coaches of a goods train derailed in Assam's North Cachar Hills district, killing two persons, railway sources said here today. Two wagons and the guard van of the down train coming from Lumding to Badarpur with rice ...



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