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PM for trade ties with Pakistan
Ready to buy power, sell wheat
SIKAR, Nov 21 — Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee reiterated here today that India favoured friendly relations with Pakistan and restoration of trade between the two countries. Addressing a mammoth election rally organised by the district BJP, he said India was also willing to sign a "no first use of nuclear bomb" treaty with Pakistan.
line Punjab Chief Minister, Mr Parkash Singh Badal, addressing a press conference in Delhi on Saturday.
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal addressing a press conference in Delhi on Saturday. BJP's chiefministerial candidate, Mrs Sushma Swaraj, and former Chief Ministers of Delhi Sahib Singh Verma and Madan Lal Khurana are also seen in the picture. — photo by T.C. Malhotra.
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Global hunt for Hayer's killers
TORONTO, Nov 21 — The murder of media personality Tara Singh Hayer, publisher of Vancouver's largest circulated Punjabi newspaper, has been given a new twist with police sources saying he was one of the people named in a hit list.

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Police told to seal Delhi border

BJP 'shirking' responsibility: Congress
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Involve ultras in poll process: Fernandes
NEW DELHI, Nov 21 — In a significant statement, the Defence Minister, Mr George Fernandes, today said political solutions could be found to some insurgencies if militants were persuaded to join the democratic process and had a say in the administration through free and fair elections.

USA busts human smuggling ring
WASHINGTON, Nov 21 — The USA has announced the demolition of the largest and most sophisticated human smuggling ring in the American history in which some 7,200 Indian citizens have been illegally brought to the USA in return for hefty sums of money during the past three years.


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One killed in Anantnag blast
SRINAGAR, Nov 21 — One person was killed and 35 injured, 10 of them seriously, when militants hurled a grenade near the old bus stand adjacent to the SP's office in Anantnag town this morning. Four women were among the injured, the police said.

Tercentenary celebrations begin today
ANANDPUR SAHIB, Nov 21 — Prof Manjit Singh, Jathedar, Takht Sri Kesgarh Sahib today, extended an open invitation to Bhai Ranjit Singh, Jathedar, Sri Akal Takht, for participation in the foundation stone laying ceremony of the Khalsa Heritage Memorial Complex to be held here by the Panj Piaras tomorrow.
Good response, Sir. We should increase the number of election rallies!
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