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Indo-Pak talks end
in a stalemate

COLOMBO, July 31 — The India-Pakistan meetings in Colombo have ended with India underscoring its stand in the multilateral 10th SAARC summit, whereas, in the bilateral leg, a stalemate has been the net result. The washout is despite the show of warmth by Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee and Mr Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday.
25 killed in Pak shelling
JAMMU, July 31 — At least 25 persons including eight Army jawans, have been killed in renewed shelling of border villages.

Rain disrupted life in the region, though it provided welcome relief and fun for some. Photo by Gautam Singh
Monsoon over Punjab, Haryana above normal
CHANDIGARH, July 31 — This year's monsoon over Punjab and Haryana is above normal by 33 per cent and 52 per cent, respectively.
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C'Swami's role to be probed
Jain report tabled in Parliament

uly 31 — The Jain Commission has said "a doubt does arise" about the complicity and involvement of Chandraswami in the conspiracy to assassinate Rajiv Gandhi while the government announced that a specialised agency would probe the panel’s comments in regard to Chandraswami, Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi.
Supreme Court stays HC order
on traffic regulations
CHANDIGARH, July 31 — The Supreme Court today stayed the operation of the order of the Punjab and Haryana High Court of July 9, 1998, through which various directions were issued to the Governments of Punjab and Haryana, besides the Chandigarh Administration, for regulating vehicular traffic and pollution control.

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National hero unsung in hometown

SUNAM (Sangrur), July 31 — This town which once did not own its martyr Udham Singh, still finds it difficult to come to terms with his legacy.


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