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Birth of Khalsa: festivities begin
ANANDPUR SAHIB, Nov 22 — A show of religious exuberance in the foothills of the Shivalik hills marked the laying of the foundation stone of the Khalsa Heritage Memorial Complex, to commemorate the tercentenary celebrations of the birth of the Khalsa, here today.

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The Panj Pyaras press buttons (left) to unveil the foundation stone (right) of the Khalsa Heritage Memorial Complex at Anandpur Sahib on Sunday.

Anandpur Sahib Special — a photo feature

Celebrating the oneness of human spirit
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India to be made IT superpower: Vajpayee
HYDERABAD, Nov 22 — The government will soon unveil a package of policy initiatives for increase in the penetration of personal computers, promotion of computer-based education and development of trained manpower to meet the growing needs of software and hardware industries, Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee said here today.

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EC pulls up BJP for violating code
NEW DELHI, Nov 22 — In a minor setback to the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, the Election Commission today ruled a BJP election advertisement published in newspapers was a "violation of the model code of conduct".
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Licences of 200 petrol stations suspended
NEW DELHI, Nov 22 — In a nationwide crackdown on adulteration in petroleum products launched last month in the aftermath of unearthing of a major scam involving naphtha, the Petroleum Ministry has suspended licences of over 200 petrol stations.


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CM promoting kin : Jindal
CHANDIGARH, Nov 22 — Industrialist-turned-politician and one of the founding pillars of the HVP, Mr O.P. Jindal, who resigned from the party yesterday, has accused the Chief Minister, Mr Bansi Lal, of being a casteist "who promotes nobody other than his own family members".

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