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No SARS case in India as per WHO definition: Minister
NEW DELHI, MAY 1. The World Health Organisation and the Central Government today declared that India had no case of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) as on date since not a single person in the country fitted the case definition ...
`An irresponsible act'
NEW DELHI, MAY 1. Reprimanding the Mumbai health authorities for ``mishandling'' the metropolis' first Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) suspect, the Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Sushma Swaraj, today admitted that despite ...
India wants 'official' word from Pak.
NEW DELHI, MAY 1. India today stated that it would respond to the Pakistani Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali's "offer" to visit New Delhi once it heard something "officially". The Foreign Office spokesman reiterated that the issue of ...
`Let's go back to pre-Dec. 13 status'
ISLAMABAD, MAY 1. Pakistan today said India and Pakistan should go back to the pre-December 13, 2001 status vis-a-vis diplomatic relations between the two countries to create a conducive atmosphere for a composite dialogue on all outstanding ...
Bank stir today
NEW DELHI, MAY 1. Bank officers will go on a nation-wide strike tomorrow demanding, among other things, an early wage revision but the Indian Banks Association termed the one-day token strike ``unjustified.'' Three leading unions said in ...
Ankur Garg tops IAS exam
NEW DELHI, MAY 1. Ankur Garg has topped the list of 286 successful candidates of the Civil Services (Main) Examination 2002, according to results declared by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) today. Avinash Champawat, Mayank Joshi, ...
More trouble for Manoj Prabhakar
NEW DELHI, MAY 1Manoj Prabhakar, the man who famously blew the lid off the match-fixing scandal in cricket before himself getting embroiled in it, continues to be dogged by controversy with his estranged wife, Sandhya, today accusing him of ...
Delhi, Dhaka plan joint patrol
DHAKA, MAY 1. India and Bangladesh today decided to jointly patrol the 4,000-km border where incidents of push-in or firing take place frequently, it was announced here today. India's Border Security Force and the Bangladesh Rifles also agreed ...



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