Sunday, July 26, 1998, Chandigarh, India
|PM, Sharif may discuss
NEW DELHI, July 25 Prime Minister A.B. Vajpayee has said he is looking forward to meeting Pakistani premier Nawaz Sharif at the SAARC summit in Colombo. "We wish to discuss our differences with Pakistan, including those on Kashmir bilaterally," he said.
No nuclear scientist expelled from USA
WASHINGTON, July 25 None of the seven Indian scientists ordered to leave the USA by the end of the next month, are involved in research projects associated with nuclear weapons.
Govt criticised for taking US insult lightly
NEW DELHI, July 25 Former Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court Rajinder Sachar today lashed out at the government for not reacting strongly to the USA asking Indian scientists to leave.
Girls have fun on a swing on the occasion of the Teej festival in Chandigarh's Rock Garden on Saturday. A Tribune photo
|ASEAN divided on censuring
MANILA, July 25 The Association of South-East Asian Nations was today sharply divided on censuring India for its nuclear tests.
6 Canadian Sikhs declared 'tankhaiya'
AMRITSAR, July 25 The Sikh clergy today "excommunicated" five Sikh leaders and a journalist from Canada for allegedly defying the hukamnama on the institution of "Guru ka langar (community kitchen)."
Teasing victim dies on birthday
CHENNAI, July 25 A 20-year-old victim of a teasing incident a week ago, died here last night on her birthday, succumbing to head injuries sustained near her college while resisting the overtures made by a group of boys.
|High-rise buildings banned
SHIMLA, July 25 The construction of buildings with more than three storeys has been banned in the Kasauli area of Solan district by the Himachal Pradesh Government.
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