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Tuesday, September 09, 2003
Mulayam wins trust vote by huge margin
Sharon arrives in Delhi
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 8.The Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, arrived here tonight amid unprecedented security arrangements. The Minister of State for Human Resource Development, Vallabhai Kathiria, and the Chief of Protocol, Pinak Chakravarty, ...
Mamata back in Vajpayee Cabinet
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 8. The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, today effected what he indicated could possibly be his last Cabinet reshuffle in the 13th Lok Sabha. In today's exercise, he brought back Mamata Banerjee of the Trinamool Congress ...
J&K Govt. takes over shrines, Farooq Trust
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 8.The Jammu and Kashmir Government today took over the Hazratbal shrine and the entire property of Muslim Aquaf Trust headed by the former Chief Minister, Farooq Abdullah, alleging financial mismanagement. The Charar-e-Sharief ...
Akshardham: claims, counter-claims
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 8. New evidence has emerged on the September 2002 attack on the Akshardham temple in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. It has prompted expert sources here to suggest to The Hindu that Gujarat police officials had "fabricated evidence ...
2 militants killed, many holed up in mosque
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 8. Two militants were killed and as many security jawans wounded in an exchange of fire outside a mosque today following which several of the militants took shelter in the shrine and engaged security forces in a gunbattle in ...
Bush calls up Vajpayee
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 8.The United States President, George W. Bush, telephoned the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, this evening and discussed developments in preparation for the coming World Trade Organisation Ministerial Meeting in Cancun. ...
Landmine blast kills 12
PATNA, SEPT. 8.Twelve police personnel, including the officer-in-charge of the Chutia police station, all travelling in a jeep, were today killed in a landmine blast triggered by naxalites near Dabua Mod, 90 km from Sasaram, the headquarters of ...
Staines case verdict deferred
BHUBANESWAR, SEPT. 8.A court today deferred its verdict till September 15 on Dara Singh and 13 others charged with the killing of the Australian missionary, Graham Staines and his two minor sons in January 1999. Singh and other accused were ...
Nod for Pak. participation
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 8.India has approved Pakistan's participation in the Afro-Asian Games to be held in Hyderabad in October-November and cleared three separate sets of cricket encounters in which both India and Pakistan will take part. A ...
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