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Ensure veracity of result: High Court
CHANDIGARH, Aug 24 —"Evolve some method through which you can satisfy each student about the correctness of his result. Ponder over it tonight." With this direction to counsel for the Punjab Technical University, the Punjab and Haryana High Court today adjourned to tomorrow a bunch of writ petitions filed by students who were aggrieved by incredible lapses committed by the university.

The Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilisers, Mr Surjit Singh Barnala, visited the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research in Sector 67, S.A.S. Nagar, on Monday. —A Tribune photo.
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Government admits error in Jain ATR
Karunanidhi let off the hook
CHENNAI, Aug 24 — The BJP-led government at the Centre has virtually rejected AIADMK supremo J. Jayalalitha’s demand for charge sheeting Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case by admitting that the mention of Mr Karunanidhi’s name in its action-taken report on the Jain Commission’s findings was an "inadvertent error’’.
Jaya chides Karunanidhi, threatens stir on Cauvery accord
CHENNAI, Aug 24 — Indicating a tacit cease-fire with the BJP, AIADMK General Secretary Jayalalitha today trained her guns on Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi, threatening his regime with a "massive agitation."
RJD vents ire on Railways
KHAGARIA (Bihar), Aug 24 — A group of bandh supporters today opened fire at Railway Protection Force personnel of Khagaria station when the jawans prevented them from obstructing the movement of trains.
‘Violation’ of air space: Pak will protest to UN
ISLAMABAD, Aug 24 — Pakistan is lodging a complaint with the UN Security council after confirming that a US missile aimed at neighbouring Afghanistan landed by mistake on its territory, the Foreign Ministry said today.
Jaswant hold talks with Talbott
WASHINGTON, Aug 24 — The fourth round of crucial Indo-US talks were held today with the focus on nuclear issues, including New Delhi’s adherence to the CTBT and sanctions imposed by America after India’s May nuclear tests.
IAF evacuates 22 pilgrims, 32 more bodies found
DHARCHULA, Aug 24 — For the first time after three days, the Indian Air Force today evacuated 22 pilgrims stranded at Gunji village following last week’s massive landslide at Malpa even as rescuers continued to scour for more bodies buried under heaps of debris.


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Murders, robberies
on the rise

PANCHKULA: Two daring robberies within a month gives only a fractured view of the deteriorating law and order situation in this satellite town, which until a few years ago, boasted of peaceful environs. But the things have been changing fast.
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