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Supreme Court stays proceedings in 10 Godhra-related cases
NEW DELHI, NOV. 21. Disapproving of the manner in which the Narendra Modi Government in Gujarat was conducting the trial of 10 Godhra-related cases, the Supreme Court today stayed all further proceedings in them. The cases are a fallout of the ...


Maharashtra mosque attacked; 25 injured
MUMBAI, NOV. 21. Twenty-five people were injured when two motorcycle-borne persons threw crude bombs at the Mohammadia Mosque at Sane Chowk in Parbhani town, about 300 km from here, around 1.50 p.m. today. Worshippers were offering the namaz ...
Railways puts off test in Mumbai
MUMBAI, NOV. 21. The Railway Ministry today decided to postpone the recruitment test for Group `D' posts scheduled here on Sunday as the Shiv Sena chief, Bal Thackeray, threatened to obstruct it and his cadres actually started chasing away ...
We are ready for unconditional dialogue, says Hurriyat
SRINAGAR, NOV. 21.The All Parties Hurriyat Conference today sought public endorsement of its latest stand to hold talks with the Central Government on solving the Jammu and Kashmir issue. The conglomerate stressed that the people of the State ...
'Coordination group' to meet on Monday
NEW DELHI, NOV. 21. The Union Government's "coordination group" on Jammu and Kashmir is scheduled to meet here on Monday to take note of the All-Parties Hurriyat Conference's decision to accept the offer of a political dialogue. As per the ...
Clinton moots additional resources for AIDS control
NEW DELHI, NOV. 21.The AIDS control programme in the country is all set to get a major boost, with the former United States President, Bill Clinton, today promising to get additional resources for the programme from Canada, Norway and Ireland. ...
Chidambaram charge
CHENNAI, NOV. 21. The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, stands accused of subversion of justice, which is an offence by itself, the Congress Jananayaka Peravai leader, P. Chidambaram, said today. The issue went much beyond the question of ...
Rocket attack in Iraq
BAGHDAD, NOV. 21. More than a dozen rockets fired from donkey carts slammed into Iraq's Oil Ministry and two downtown hotels today.


Cricketer suspended
KOLKATA, NOV. 21. Maharashtra cricketer Abhijit Kale, who allegedly tried to bribe selectors for a place in the India `A' team to Sri Lanka, has been suspended by the Board of Control for Cricket in India. — UNI ...
Five LeT men killed
JAMMU, NOV. 21. Four members of the Laskhar-e-Taiba were killed today in the Banhihal forest belt of Doda district. Three AK rifles, 18 hand-grenades, three rockets, seven IEDs, 720 rounds, 12 magazines, seven radio sets, 14 grenades, two pistols ...
Missiles test-fired
BALASORE, NOV. 21. Two Russian surface-to-air missiles OSA-AK and Quadard were test-fired today from the Interim Test Range at Chandipur-on-sea along with the indigenously-built ``Lakshya'' pilotless target aircraft. ``Lakshya'' was ...
Maoists bomb airline office
KATHMANDU, NOV. 21.Suspected Maoists today planted a time bomb at a regional office of the national flag carrier, Royal Nepal Airlines, causing heavy damage to the two-storey building, police said. The explosion occurred at the building in the ...
Bomb thrown at U.K. embassy
TEHRAN, NOV. 21.A fire bomb was thrown at the British embassy compound in central Tehran this afternoon, but no one was hurt and little damage caused, a British diplomat told Reuters. The attack follows bombings on British targets in Istanbul ...



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