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New bird flu case hits S Korea
March 22, 2004
A new bird flu outbreak at a South Korean chicken farm has prompted health authorities to impose a new quarantine zone a ...
1 hurt after US missile hits
April 8, 2003
A US missile hit the Baghdad offices of Al-Jazeera television early on Tuesday wounding a cameraman and leaving a corres ...
War in Iraq hits walnut exports from J&K
April 10, 2003
Walnut growers and exporters in Jammu and Kashmir said their business was plummeting because of the continuing war in Ir ...
Government hits back at Naxalites
May 9, 2003
With the affected states failing to crush leftist extremism on their own, a joint war has been mounted against the 'mena ...
Laloo hits out at BJP in Guj
December 9, 2002
RJD chief and former Bihar CM said BJP's misrule was responsible for decline in Gujarat's status in the country.
August 20, 2005
A tall seam bowler, he
the pitch hard and can get good away movement, but consistency is his major problem.
Naimur Rahman turns down Bangladesh offer
April 16, 2003
Former skipper Naimur
has turned down an offer to join the Bangladesh team for the remaining matches in the tri-s ...
Cricket hits election campaign, crowds elude leaders
April 2, 2004
election campaign, crowds elude leaders
Rejoicing in rain as monsoon hits northeast
June 7, 2003
Dozens of people danced in the rain in Guwahati after the monsoon hit the region, bringing welcome relief to the northea ...
Water scarcity hits Grasim fibre plants
May 13, 2003
Grasim Industries Ltd has shut its fibre and pulp plants in Karnataka and will curtail production at its Madhya Pradesh ...
Heat wave claims more lives
June 4, 2003
An 18-day-old heat wave in southern India, where the temperature soared to 48 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, has killed at ...
Heat hits Europe, Britain eyes 100-degree record
July 15, 2003
Sun-drenched tourists sought solace in the fountains of Rome and Tour de France cyclists peeled back their bodysuits on ...
Death toll in China floods hits 569
July 12, 2003
The worst flooding China has seen in years has so far killed 569 people and forced the emergency evacuation of 2.29 mill ...
Deficits killing the economy
December 15, 2003
When the government spends more than what it earns, it covers this deficit by borrowing in the markets by issuing bonds, ...
Hurley hits back: I'm no marriage-wrecker
November 6, 2004
Liz has poured scorn on Valentina's (Arun's wife) claim that she stolen Arun from her. Arun has supported Liz.
'Delhi should've been Indraprastha or Hastinapur': Naidu's remark draws ire
'Samjho kuch ghalat hai': Prasoon Joshi's lyrical tribute to Peshawar victims
Despite change, prostitution stigma stays with this Madhya Pradesh tribe
We’ve deferred Dec 25 ‘ghar-wapsi’, haven’t cancelled it: RSS affiliate chief
No consensus over fundings, Swachh Bharat fails to go beyond photo-ops
Bigg Boss 8: Salman Khan gets annoyed with Karishma, storms out of stage
Diandra Soares evicted from Bigg Boss 8: Could she really be pregnant?
Sydney siege: Infosys techie among several hostages in cafe; negotiations with gunman on
Pak hockey players remove shirt, make obscene gestures at crowd after win
Peshawar school attack: More than 130, mostly children, massacred by Taliban militants
Won't differentiate between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ Taliban: Pak PM Sharif vows to fight terror
Inside Peshawar school: Eerie silence and the stamp of Taliban brutality
Conflict of interest? Sunny, Srikanth, Shastri, Ganguly under SC lens
SpiceJet ‘grounded’ as oil companies refuse fuel; fares go north
Lashkar may target Agra-Delhi highway: New intel
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