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Rockets hit Baghdad hotel
MANAMA, OCT. 26. The U.S. Deputy Defence Secretary, Paul Wolfowitz, today escaped unhurt after nearly 10 rockets slammed several floors of Baghdad's Al Rashid hotel where he was staying. But a U.S. Colonel was killed and 15 persons, including ...


Situation dangerous, says Powell
WASHINGTON, OCT. 26. The U.S. today admitted that the situation in Iraq was ``dangerous'' as some remnants of the old regime did not want to see democracy established in the country. ``We are in for a long, hard test of wills and we have to be ...
India tames the Aussies
GWALIOR, OCT. 26. Adam Gilchrist should take a vow never to hit across the line. His error of judgement pushed Australia to defeat in its day-night match of the tri-series against India at the overflowing Roop Singh Stadium, which was earlier ...
Blast derails train near Jammu
SRINAGAR, OCT. 26.A bomb exploded in one of the bogies of the Delhi-bound Shalimar Express about 45 km from here tonight derailing the engine and five compartments, but there was no casualty, a senior police officer said. The bomb, planted in ...
PM's Nagaland visit begins today
NEW DELHI, OCT. 26. The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, is scheduled to begin a three-day visit to Nagaland tomorrow amid expectations that his first visit to the insurgency-ridden Northeastern State as Prime Minister would help consolidate ...
9 killed in China quakes
BEIJING, OCT. 26.At least nine persons were killed and 43 others injured when two severe earthquakes jolted northwest China's Gansu province, an official report said on Sunday. The twin earthquakes, measuring 6.1 and 5.8 on the Richter Scale, ...



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