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Pakistan will be a `major non-NATO ally': Powell
ISLAMABAD, MARCH 18. THEUnited States today sought to bolster the position of the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, with an announcement that the country would be named as a "major non-NATO" ally. The visiting U.S. Secretary of State, Colin ...

Krishna launches his yatra
BANGALORE, MARCH 18.The Chief Minister of Karnataka, S.M. Krishna of the Congress, today set out on an election-eve Vijaya Dhundhubi Yatra by declaring war on the Opposition parties, in particular the Bharatiya Janata Party. Symbolising the war ...

Osama deputy surrounded?
ISLAMABAD, MARCH 18. Pakistani troops believe they have surrounded Al Qaeda's number two, Ayman al-Zawahri in an operation near the Afghan border, three senior Pakistani officials told the Associated Press on Thursday night. The officials, who ...

A.P. Minister's husband shot dead
PADERU (VISAKHAPATNAM DISTRICT), MARCH 18.M. Venkata Raju, husband of the Andhra Pradesh Minister for Tribal Welfare, M. Manikumari, was shot dead by the banned People's War group of naxalites here today, reports said. Mr. Raju was shot at ...

Militants gun down JD(U) leader
SRINAGAR, MARCH 18. Militants today gunned down the vice-president of the Janata Dal (United) youth wing, Mukhtiar Ahmad Bhat, in downtown Srinagar. Official sources said Mr. Bhat was shot from close range around 10-30 a.m. Mr. Bhat, a former ...

Ban sought on Nehru's work
MUMBAI, MARCH 18. The former Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister, Gopinath Munde, today demanded that the State Government either ban Jawaharlal Nehru's `Discovery of India' or delete the "objectionable" references in it to Maratha ruler Shivaji. ...

Averted
MADURAI, MARCH 18.Alert drivers of the Madurai-Kollam Passenger and the Chennai-bound Anantapuri Express averted a collision at Tirupparankundram near here tonight. While the passenger train was waiting for the Anantapuri Express to cross the ...

Elections 2004
BATTLEGROUND
BJP's consolidation will be hard to break in Chhattisgarh
The BJP's real success in consolidating its base in Chhatisgarh has been in dividing the adivasis, who constitute about 32 per cent of the population, Yogendra Yadav on the new equations in this former Congress bastion.



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