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India, Israel call for decisive global action against terrorism
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 10. India and Israel have called for the establishment of a "just and durable peace" in West Asia, a joint statement issued at the conclusion of the visit by the Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, said this evening. "The two ...


Sharon cuts short visit
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 10.The Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, stung by last night's twin suicide bomb attacks back home, cut short his visit to India by a day and left for Tel Aviv this evening. Before his departure, Mr. Sharon said that India ...
Al-Jazeera airs Osama in new tape
BEIRUT (Lebanon), Sept. 10. The Arabic satellite channel, Al-Jazeera, aired a video of the Al-Qaeda leader, Osama bin-Laden, and his deputy, Ayman al-Zawahri, on Wednesday, on the eve of Septebmer 11, and an accompanying audiotape attributed to ...
WTO meet begins amid protests
CANCUN, SEPT.10. The fifth ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organisation began today with the WTO Director-General, Supachai Panitchpakdi, calling on Ministers to show "flexibility and understanding" to reach an agreement that would take ...
Woman militant held
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 10.A woman militant, allegedly involved in several killings, including that of her father, was arrested in Jammu and Kashmir yesterday. The Army arrested Mehmooda, resident of Bundgam in Central Kashmir, official sources said. ...
CBI questions Minister
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 10.The CBI today questioned the Union Minister of State for Textiles, Gingee Ramachandran, in connection with the cash-for-transfer scam that came to light in May this year. Mr. Ramachandran was the Minister of State for ...
Petition dismissed
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 10.The Delhi High Court today dismissed a PIL seeking registration of FIRs against VHP leaders, including its international secretary, Pravin Togadia, for allegedly making inflammatory speeches against Muslims at the Dharam ...



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