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India, Turkey set up JWG on terrorism
ANKARA, SEPT. 17.India and Turkey have established a "complete identity of views" on the need to combat global terrorism and they appear to have achieved a convergence of views on the situation in Iraq, including an increased role for the United ...


U.S. vetoes resolution 'protecting' Arafat
WASHINGTON, SEPT. 17. The U.S. has vetoed a Security Council resolution that sought to protect the Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat, from an Israeli threat to `remove' him. The veto on Tuesday after a heated debate in the Council chambers ...
'Nothing can shake us'
RAMALLAH (WEST BANK), SEPT. 17. The Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat, today dismissed the United States veto of a U.N. Security Council resolution that sought to shield him from Israeli action as insignificant. ``No decision here or there ...
U.N. Observer Group calls for J&K 'ceasefire'
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 17.The United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan, UNMOGIP, has called for an immediate cessation of hostilities in Jammu and Kashmir. A press release issued on Tuesday by the UNMOGIP calls on "the parties ...
Top Jaish man killed
JAMMU, SEPT. 17.The Jammu and Kashmir police today claimed to have killed Nasir Mehmood Awan alias Ansar, the deputy chief of the Jaish-e-Mohammad militant outfit, and busted a network of terrorist modules in the heart of Srinagar. The killed ...
Bomb hoax in Mumbai
MUMBAI, SEPT. 17.A bomb scare today prompted evacuation of a 12-storeyed building, housing offices of some of the country's top companies. A bomb disposal squad rushed to the Mittal Chambers at Nariman Point after two threats were received at ...
U.P. poll officer removed
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 17. The Uttar Pradesh Chief Electoral Officer, Ravindra Singh, is understood to have been replaced by the Election Commission. Mr. Singh had been asked to hand over charge to the Deputy Chief Electoral Officer, R.G. Mourya. ...
Court stays decision on Coke bottles
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 17.The Delhi High Court today stayed the Government decision to destroy empty glass bottles of Coca Cola not having the mandatory embossed declaration after the soft drink major gave an undertaking that it would not use them. ...
Monica Ali Shortlisted
LONDON, SEPT. 17.Monica Ali is the lone Asian novelist left in the shortlist for the 2003 Booker Prize, Britain's most prestigious annual fiction award worth 50,000. A new generation of women authors dominated the shortlist of six. ...



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