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Top Hizb commander shot dead near Srinagar
NEW DELHI, JAN. 16. Ghulam Rasool Dar, overall commander of the Hizb-ul Mujahideen's operations in Jammu and Kashmir, was shot dead by the Army this afternoon. Better known by his aliases, Ghazi Nasiruddin, Riyaz Rasool and Zubair, Dar was ...

Go beyond resisting Iraq war, says Arundhati Roy
MUMBAI, JAN. 16. War and its impact on the lives of thousands of people in the world were the dominant theme at the anti-globalisation meet, the World Social Forum, that opened in Mumbai this evening. Against the backdrop of a massive stage ...

Vajpayee frowns on banning of books
MUMBAI, JAN. 16. The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, today disapproved of the growing tendency to oppose violently, boycott or ban books because one disliked the views expressed therein. His remarks come in the wake of the Maharashtra ...

Karnataka assures apex court of free trial in wealth cases
NEW DELHI, JAN. 16. The Karnataka Government, taking exception to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa's charge that the atmosphere in Karnataka was ``foul and vitiated'', has assured the Supreme Court that it would ensure a free and fair ...

CBI raids 15 places
NEW DELHI, JAN. 16.The CBI today carried out searches at 15 places here including the residence of Sudharshan Kumar, Additional Private Secretary and Gunjan Kumar, a former Officer on Special Duty attached to C.P. Thakur, when he was the Union ...

Duty goes
NEW DELHI, JAN. 16.The Government today removed an anomaly in the recent excise duty cuts by bringing down the duty on microprocessors, other than motherboards, to zero from the current 16 per cent. ...



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