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Banks may deny WorldCom financials falsified:
August 25, 2004
Seventeen former WorldCom bond underwriters have unveiled an unusual legal tactic - denying that any WorldCom financial ...
SC puts Punjab's Dy CM Bhattal in the dock
April 12, 2004
SC rejected a Punjab Govt plea seeking fresh probe into a corruption case against Bhattal after discovery of fresh evide ...
Court records evidence on Dharam's marriage
April 19, 2004
An Indore court recorded
in a case against the BJP candidate alleging he converted to Islam to marry a second t ...
No evidence that Iraq will use chemical weapons: Blix
March 27, 2003
Recovery of chemical suits by US forces does not prove that Iraq has chemical weapons, said Hans Blix.
No 'smoking gun' found in Iraq: Hans Blix
March 29, 2003
The chief UN weapons inspector said that coalition forces in Iraq apparently have not yet found any
of weapons ...
Nestle sued for false claims about bottled water
June 19, 2003
Nestle has duped Americans who buy Poland Spring bottled water into thinking it comes from a lush spring tucked deep in ...
No proof of WMD in Iraq: UN expert
April 12, 2003
So far, proof that Iraq still has weapons of mass destruction has not been produced," Mohamed ElBaradei told a German we ...
AP to seek PM's intervention in row with Karnataka
July 14, 2003
Andhra Pradesh government said it would submit a memorandum with documentary
to the PM seeking his intervention ...
Five Philosophical Fables
July 20, 2003
Donald Richie?s classic is, in the words of Yukio Mishima, an outrageous farce, and a pitiless indictment of all our fal ...
Are revival efforts serious?
July 10, 2003
Though the Rajasthan Government claims to have revived traditional water harvesting systems, the
on ground does ...
Has Swami Lodhi furnished false affidavit?
November 17, 2003
Uma Bharti?s elder brother Swami Prasad Lodhi appears to have furnished
information in the affidavit with the nomi ...
US tilts, but keeps cards close to its chest
November 10, 2003
On paper, US policy on UN reform remains centred on the entry of Japan and Germany. There is some
, as the Indo- ...
'Asians less likely to get justice from CPS'
December 24, 2003
A study led by Prof Gus John says Asians are more likely to be prosecuted on weaker
No Indian PoW in Pak, says Musharraf deputy
January 13, 2004
Pakistan has consistently denied there are Indian prisoners of war (PoWs) in Pak despite tangible
of their pres ...
No simple pattern in cultural homogenisation
March 17, 2004
it is important to state that there is neither one singular cultural flow, nor is there overwhelming
to establi ...
British mystery novelist PD James dies aged 94
Pele in 'special care' as condition worsens
Black Friday deals: Here's how to be a smart shopper
In pics: Modi, Sharif cold shoulders to handshakes at Saarc
Factbox : Australian batsman Phillip Hughes' career
DDA mega housing scheme draw list declared, check results online
Wait over: DDA draw to be finally held today
PM Modi's wife files RTI over her security cover
Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes loses his fight for life
Bigg Boss 8: Wild card entry Nigaar Khan evicted, says she is glad
Saarc summit salvaged after handshake by Modi, Sharif
Cricket left heartbroken by death of Phil Hughes
WTO clinches first global trade deal in its history
IPL spot-fixing: SC comes down hard on Srinivasan and CSK
Jammu: 3 jawans killed in attack on army base
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