In spite of a Pak clampdown, Maulana Masood Azhar
addresses his supporters in his hometown of Bahawalpur,
140 km southwest of Multan, on Sunday. AP/PTI
to continue,vows Azhar
(Pakistan), Jan 10 A Pakistani Muslim cleric freed
last month by India in return for hostages on a hijacked
Indian Airlines plane has vowed to recruit half a million
men to fight Indian rule in Kashmir.
|Govt weighs options on
DELHI, Jan 10 The Indian Government
continues to weigh all options to find a way out
of the dilemma which it has been facing since the
sudden arrival of the Karmapa Lama, Orgyen
Trinley Dorjee, from China last week.
||May get asylum:
trying to divide Buddhists
Jan 10 A joint action committee of the
All-Sikkim Buddhist Organisation has charged the
Shamar Rimpoche group of the Rumtek Monastery
with trying to divide Buddhists by making
misleading remarks about 17th Karmapa
Lama Urgyen Trinley Dorjee who had fled Tibet and
reached Dharamsala on January 8.
ban oil officers strike
10 The Mumbai High Court today restrained till
January 14 the Bharat Petroleum corporation management
staff union and the refinery staff union from proceeding
on strike.The order was delivered by Mr Justice D.K.
Deshmukh on a application filed by Bharat Petroleum
Corporation Ltd challenging the decision of the
officers associations to proceed on strike.
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I am an optimist.
When you will be of my age you may know the
||Where is CBI team on
DELHI, Jan 10 Has the Central Bureau of
Investigation set up a Special Investigation Team to
probe the recent Indian Airlines hijacking episode? Well
not till late this evening.
post attacked; cop shot at
Jan 10 Militants attacked a police post and shot
at a police officer in separate incidents in Jammu and
Kashmir since last evening, an official spokesman said
boy strikes goldmine in USA
Jan 10 Two hundred dollars in his pocket and a
dream to succeed was all Mr Jay Chaudhry of Una district
in Himachal Pradesh, had when he left for the USA two
decades ago. Today he is worth more than $ 1.4 billion
and has plans to set up a multi-million dollar business
in his country.
|IAF struggling to
fill key posts
Jan 10 With about 70 re-employed Air Force
officers hanging up their uniforms on account of
non-extension of their service tenures, the IAF
is struggling to fill several key posts in
various IAF installations which have fallen
|Do our cricketers
lack the killer instinct?
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