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Militants target security forces across J&K
JAMMU, SEPT. 2.Militants today carried out a series of attacks across Jammu and Kashmir specifically targeting the security forces, three days after the killing of the Jaish-e-Mohammad leader, Gazi Baba. Twenty persons, including a fidayeen, ...


Inter-State hunt for Mumbai terror controller
MUMBAI, SEPT. 2. Having arrested four persons yesterday in connection with the August 25 blasts here, the police are looking for Nissar Ahmed Ansari, who they believe may be the key controller of the terrorist modules that were brought into play ...
Warrant against Kalyan Singh
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 2. Annoyed by the "defiant stand" of the former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Kalyan Singh, the Justice Liberhan Commission today issued a non-bailable warrant (NBW) against him for his appearance to adduce evidence on September ...
DA hike for Central staff
NEW DELHI, SEPT.2. The Central Government today announced a four per cent increase in Dearness Allowance for its employees and a similar increase in the Dearness Relief for pensioners and family pensioners. The hike takes effect from July 1. A ...
Pak. to free fishermen
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 2.Reports from Islamabad, quoting a senior coast guard official, said the fishermen would be released along with their boats. — UNI


Togadia enters U.P.
HAPUR (U.P.), SEPT. 2.The VHP general secretary, Praveen Togadia, was today barred from entering Hapur town but later set his foot there armed with an High Court order and addressed a rally attacking the Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav, ...
PM indisposed
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 2.The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, is indisposed with "slight fever" and has cancelled his programmes this evening, PMO sources said. "The Prime Minister developed slight fever after the Cabinet meeting in the ...
Paes out of hospital
NEW YORK, SEPT. 2. Tennis player Leander Paes has been released from the MD Anderson Cancer Centre in Orlando, where he underwent treatment for a parasitic infection in the brain. Paes, who was admitted to the hospital for a suspected brain ...



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