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Operation stepped up to flush out militants in Kathua
KATHUA, SEPT. 3. An operation to flush out Lashkar-e-Taiba militants holed up in an area in Kathua district's Ghati village, which began on Tuesday, has so far claimed the lives of a soldier and four others. Nine security personnel, two village ...


India plumps for British Hawks
NEW DELHI, SEPT 3. The Government today approved the purchase of Hawks, the advanced jet trainers (AJTs) from Britain, for training Air Force pilots. The approval was among the five decisions taken by the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS). The ...
Village guards put up a brave fight
KATHUA, SEPT. 3. Village Defence Guards are putting up a brave fight along with the security forces in the on-going gunbattle in Ghati village of Kathua district. Security officials said that on Tuesday night, the support rendered by the 30 ...
Salman gets a reprieve
MUMBAI, SEPT. 3. In a major reprieve for the Bollywood actor, Salman Khan, the Bombay High Court today dropped the serious charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder against him but ordered that he be tried for rash and negligent driving ...
Jugraj Singh injured
JALANDHAR, SEPT. 3. Star hockey player Jugraj Singh was seriously injured in a car crash on the Grand Trunk Road near Dakoh, Jallandhar district, late last night and would miss this month's Asia Cup hockey tournament in Kuala Lumpur. — PTI ...
Order reserved
RAE BARELLI, SEPT. 3.With the conclusion of arguments, a special CBI court today reserved for September 12 its order on framing charges in the Babri Masjid demolition case against the Deputy Prime Minister, Lal Krishna Advani, the Union Human ...
Higher growth forecast
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 3. Coinciding with the Reserve Bank's projection of a GDP growth ``significantly'' more than 6 per cent, the World Bank today forecast a higher growth for the Indian economy this fiscal but warned that unchecked fiscal deficit ...



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