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DD to show all matches; to deposit Rs 50 crore
New Delhi, March 17
The uncertainty over the telecast of the India-Pakistan cricket series on Doordarshan was over today with the Supreme Court directing international sports channel Ten Sports to share its exclusive live signals of the remaining matches with the national network. Doordarshan was directed to deposit Rs 50 crore as guarantee money.
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Musharraf praises Sachin, Balaji
Islamabad, March 17
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf today complimented Sachin Tendulkar for his superb batting in the second one-dayer and praised L Balaji for his valiant efforts towards the end of the match, which India lost by 12 runs. Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf greets Sachin Tendulkar during a meeting in Islamabad on Wednesday.
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We will tear up Khanís network: Powell
Colin PowellNew Delhi, March 17
The USA is in the process of ďtotally tearing upĒ the proliferation network of Pakistanís disgraced scientist A Q Khan, according to Secretary of State Colin Powell who left India this morning after a two-day visit.
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25 killed in Iraq hotel blast
Baghdad, March 17
A large explosion destroyed a hotel in central Baghdad tonight, killing up to 25 persons and injuring 45, the Iraqi police said. A US soldier at the scene said the damage was consistent with that of a car bomb.

Eradi Tribunal members to visit water headworks
Chandigarh, March 17
All three members of the Eradi Tribunal, which was set up in April 1986 for fixing the share of Ravi and Beas river waters between Punjab and Haryana, will visit various water headworks in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh by the end of this month.

Revolt in Congress over Gillís nomination
Chandigarh, March 17
A revolt has broken out in the Punjab Congress over the nomination of former Chief Election Commissioner M.S. Gill for a Rajya Sabha seat from the state. Mr Gillís nomination papers were found in order today.

CPM to support non-BJP government

SC rejects bail to Godhra case accused
New Delhi, March 17
The Supreme Court today rejected bail petition of Godhra train carnage case main accused Moulvi Hussaen Ibrahim Umarji, saying that no case was made out for his release from the jail at this stage.

Muslims, OBCs figure in BSPís first list

New Delhi, March 17
The Bahujan Samaj Partyís first list of 205 Lok Sabha candidates released today held out an unambiguous message for the Congress, the Samajwadi Party and the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati speaks as she releases her party manifesto in New Delhi on Wednesday.
Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati speaks as she releases her party manifesto in New Delhi on Wednesday. ó Reuters photo

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