March 30, 2002
Britain's Queen Mother dies at 101
'Queen Elizabeth died peacefully in her sleep this afternoon at the Royal Lodge,' Buckingham Palace announced.
Pakistan to release former chief of Lashkar
Hafiz Mohammed Saeed was detained for speaking out against the US-led war in Afghanistan. His detention period expired on Friday.
India, US may hold joint military exercises in Alaska
The US Army is keen to share with the Indian Army its expertise in battling icy conditions, Indian defence sources said.
Al Qaeda second-in-command held: Report
One of he 65 militants arrested in raids in Pakistan's Punjab province in the past two days bears a resemblance to Abu Zubaida, The News daily quoted officials as saying.
Omar Abdullah leaves for Tehran
The visit comes in the wake of the US accusing Iran of allowing Al Qaeda and Taliban leaders to escape.
Incorrect claims land Indian American leader in controversy
'Roger' Chugh is accused of overstating his position in the New Jersey administration.
March 29, 2002
Pearl murder trial to start on April 5
The trial will be held inside a Pakistani prison because of security concerns, chief prosecutor Raja Qureshi said.
2 killed in joint US-Pak raids on Al Qaeda
In a major policy shift, Pakistan permitted heavily armed American 'agents' to join its commandos to raid a string of well-guarded houses in Faisalabad.
Israel launches offensive against Arafat
The Palestinian leader told Al Jazeera TV channel from Ramallah: 'They either want to kill me, capture me or expel me.'
WTC towers succumbed to fire: Report
Federal investigators say that the fire generated heat equivalent to the energy output of a nuclear power plant.
US changes stand on 20 'most wanted'
The state department now wants New Delhi and Islamabad to solve all their issues through dialogue, including the 20 terrorists sought by India from Pakistan.