Islamabad, July 5
Eight hardcore militants were arrested today while trying to escape from the besieged Lal Masjid as Pakistan army stepped up the offensive to flush them out from the seminary by resorting to selective bombardment using helicopter gunships which damaged its gates and walls.
PM to Brown: Don't stereotype Indians New Delhi, July 5
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today donned a South Asian mantle and batted for Pakistan as well as its beseiged President Pervez Musharraf.
Manmohan Singh also disclosed that he telephoned British Prime Minister Gordon Brown yesterday in context of a “fear psychosis” gripping the South Asian community.
UK Terror Plot:96 hours
to quiz Haneef
calling: India to take part in nuclear fusion project New Delhi, July
In a significant
development, the Union Cabinet today approved the country's
participation in the International Thermonuclear
Experimental Reactor project aimed at demonstrating the
feasibility of controlled nuclear fusion as a source of
poll on August 10 New Delhi, July
The poll to elect the
successor for Vice-President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat will be
held on August 10, the Election Commission announced here
today. The term of Shekhawat, who is contesting the
presidential poll as an Independent backed by the NDA, ends
on August 18.
raiders kill 3 in Assam Guwahati, July
Three persons were
killed and a large number of houses torched when armed
miscreants from Nagaland swooped down on two bordering
villages in Sivasagar district of Assam in the wee hours
cuts short promising career Lucknow, June 5
An accident cut short
the promising life of a 24-year-old Indian student Abhishek
Singh, originally from Faizabad, when a sport utility
vehicle hit him hurling him into a river in the US state of
Pak CJ case SC
promises ‘historic’ judgement The Supreme
Court judges on Thursday promised to deliver a
“historic” judgement in the case of Chief Justice
Iftikhar Chaudhry petitions challenging his removal by
President General Pervez Musharraf.
House Recording UP MLAs’
mobile phones seized Lucknow, July 5
Taking serious note of the video
clips recoded by some legislators inside the House, Uttar Pradesh
Assembly Speaker Sukhdeo Rajbhar on Thursday banned the use of mobile
phones during Assembly proceedings and seized the phones used by two
legislators for taking the clips.
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