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Rs 16,000-cr Bathinda refinery cleared
NEW DELHI, Nov 4 — Punjab’s single-largest Central sector project, a Rs 16,000 crore refinery project at Bathinda, has overcome all obstacles and is set to take off on November 11, when Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee lays the foundation stone for the joint venture between Hindustan Petroleum Corporation and the Punjab State Industrial Development Corporation.
CBI traces Laloo-Romesh links
Laloo Prasad YadavNEW DELHI, Nov 4 — The Central Bureau of Investigation is closing in on establishing links between self-styled politician Romesh Sharma and former Bihar Chief Minister Laloo Prasad Yadav.
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Another Pak bid on Siachen
SRINAGAR, Nov 4 — Alert Indian soldiers foiled fresh attempts by Pakistan to capture strategic military posts at the Siachen glacier and killed two Pakistani soldiers, a defence statement said.

Resignation stands: Mamata
CALCUTTA/NEW DELHI, Nov 4— Trinamool Congress leader Mamata Banerjee, who quit the Coordination Committee of the BJP and its allies, today said that her resignation "still stands".
TDP too fires salvo

Crisis in Karnataka JD blows over
Legislative Party meeting on Nov 13
NEW DELHI, Nov 4 — With the convening of the meeting of the Janata Dal Legislature Party in Karnataka on November 13, the crisis prevailing in the state unit of the party seems to have blown over.


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4 held, 18 kg RDX seized
FEROZEPORE, Nov 4 — The Punjab Police recovered huge quantity of explosive and ammunition from a tractor-trailer near village Kutbewala. The haul included 18 kg of RDX explosive and two AK-56 rifles with six magazines.

Reaping under cloud of fear
SAMBA SECTOR, Nov 4 — Farmers on both sides of the international border appeared early this morning with scythes for reaping their paddy crop. By 10 a.m. sprawling paddy fields had been reaped. More areas had to be covered.

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