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Monday, July 08, 2002
Landslips disrupt rail services in Assam
GUWAHATI, JULY 7. The flood situation in Assam has shown no signs of improvement since yesterday even as the Brahmaputra continued to swell following heavy rain in Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh. More than 2,50,000 people have been ...
Jammu & Kashmir
`Third Front' not to participate in J&K elections
SRINAGAR, JULY 7. The much-publicised "Third Front" in Kashmir has said that it will not participate in the coming Assembly elections before a dialogue on the Kashmir issue takes place. The front spokespersons, Mushtaq Sagar and Bashir Asad, ...
Ad against Coke, Pepsi
SRINAGAR, JULY 7."Do not drink Pepsi or Coca Cola as you would be unwittingly supporting Israel in its anti-Muslim actions the world over,'' says a front page advertisement in a local Urdu daily Srinagar Mail, today. The advertisement by ...
Woman forced to undergo `agni-pariksha'
INDORE, JULY 7.Six persons, including the husband of a woman who was forced to undergo `agni-pariksha' by holding a red-hot iron rod to prove her fidelity, were arrested here late last night, police said today. The victim, Sangeeta, belonging ...
Talks with NSCN(I-M) next week
NEW DELHI, JULY 7. The Centre's designated interlocutor in the northeast, K. Padmanabhaiah, met the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, and the Deputy Prime Minister, Lal Kishen Advani, on Saturday to get a "brief'' from them for the next round ...
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