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We fully support Palestinian cause, says Vajpayee
DAMASCUS, NOV. 15.There is no change in India's position on establishing peace in West Asia, the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, assured the Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad, here today. . The Prime Minister, who arrived in Damascus ...


Pak. bans renamed militant groups
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 15. Pakistan tonight banned three militant groups, including the Jaish-e-Mohammad — which is functioning under a new name after it was proscribed in January 2001 — under the Anti-Terrorist Act. The decision was taken ...
Militants hurl grenade at J&K school
JAMMU, NOV. 15.Ten people, including a Border Security Force Inspector, were injured when militants detonated an explosives laden vehicle, while in another strike militants threw a grenade into the premises of a missionary school in the Kashmir ...
Retaliatory attacks on Biharis
GUWAHATI, NOV. 15. Five persons from Bihar were injured, three hutments torched and railway property at Tinsukia was damaged in separate incidents of violence apparently in retaliation to the attacks on Assamese train passengers in Bihar in the ...
Inspector held
NEW DELHI, NOV. 15. The CBI today arrested an Uttar Pradesh police inspector for allegedly ``suppressing facts'' in the poetess Madhumita Shukla murder case even as Prakash Chander Pandey, the man alleged to have murdered the poetess, and two ...
Kiwis succumb without a fight
HYDERABAD, NOV. 15. There was rhythm in the catchy music that emanated from the stands, and out in the middle, the rhythm lay in the batsmanship of the Indians. The men in blue waltzed to the beats, unleashing thundering blows, the sounds of ...



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