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Delhi poll candidate
shot dead
EC adjourns polling
NEW DELHI, Nov 11 — In the first case of election-related violence in the Capital, the Samata Party candidate from Nangloi Jat Assembly constituency in Outer Delhi was shot dead by car-borne assailants last night. Following the death of the candidate the Election Commission today issued a directive for adjournment of the election in the constituency due on November 25.
President Bill Clinton listens to Dalai Lama.
President Bill Clinton listens to Dalai Lama during their meeting at the White House in Washington on Tuesday. — AP/PTI
Clinton meets Dalai Lama (World page)
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India a nuclear power: PM
NEW DELHI, Nov 11— The Prime Minister, Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee, today asserted that India was a nuclear weapon power and disclosed that New Delhi could have conducted a sixth nuclear test at Pokhran on May 13.

Pak a terrorist state: Advani
LUCKNOW, Nov 11 — "India regards Pakistan as a terrorist state," Union Home Minister L.K. Advani today said, but rejected a suggestion to make a formal declaration in this regard.
India flays Pak bid to seek C’wealth mediation

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Congress releases election manifesto
NEW DELHI, Nov 11 — Releasing the Congress manifesto for the Delhi Assembly poll, Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee chief Sheila Dikshit said the party was committing itself to taking "appropriate action" against all those found guilty in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. The manifesto commits itself to providing a clean and responsive administrative code.


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Sonia woos Sikhs
Congress President Sonia Gandhi has expressed anguish over the 1984 anti-Sikh riots and said she hoped to re-establish the strong bonds the Sikh community had with the Gandhi family.
Thank God, they are not blaming the British rulers for today's problems!
By Sandeep Joshi
Grain scarcity in snowbound area
SHIMLA, Nov 11 — The tribal areas around Yangthang in Kinnaur district are facing a shortage of foodgrain and other essential commodities after having remained cut off from rest of the country for 27 days now.
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