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15 sentenced to death for killing Mujib
DHAKA, Nov 8 — A Bangladesh court today sentenced to death by firing squad 15 ex-military officials on charges of assassinating Bangladesh’s founding father Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, in a coup 23 years ago.
Ghazal maestro Jagjit Singh
Ghazal maestro Jagjit Singh at a concert organised at Nehru Bhavan in Chandigarh on Sunday.
— Tribune photo by Gautam Singh.
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No compromise on security: PM
BODHGAYA (Bihar), Nov 8 — Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee today said that India was prepared for the peaceful settlement of all outstanding issues with its neighbours, but would never compromise on its security.

Indo-US talks on N-issues today
NEW DELHI, Nov 8 — Experts from India and the United States America will meet here tomorrow to discuss nuclear-related issues including export controls.
USA "positive" on
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Indo-Pak talks on
Sir Creek today

Cess on hydel power okayed
SHIMLA, Nov 8 — The Centre has agreed to the proposal of the state for imposing a cess on hydel power generation.

Over 10,000 SP workers detained in UP
LUCKNOW, Nov 8 — More than 10,000 Samajwadi Party workers, including the general secretary of the Uttar Pradesh unit of the party, Mr Pramod Tyagi, were detained across the state today in view of tomorrow’s bandh called by the Rashtriya Loktantrik Morcha to protest against price rise.


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Mamata leaves for Delhi
CALCUTTA, Nov 8 — Trinamool Congress leader Mamata Banerjee left for Delhi today fuelling speculations about her meetings with the BJP leadership on her withdrawal of resignation from the coordination panel of the ruling coalition allies.

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Sikh jatha given cold reception
ATTARI, (Indo-Pakistan Border): Nov 8 — Sikh pilgrims who returned to India today were upset at the cold reception and shabby treatment meted out to them by the Pakistan authorities during their 10-day stay in that country.
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