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France accepts India as N-weapon: PM
ON BOARD PRIME MINISTER’S SPECIAL AIRCRAFT, Oct 1 — India has achieved a major diplomatic breakthrough, with the acceptance of India by France as a nuclear-weapon state.
  • "Mafia Raj in Bihar"
    Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee, today defended the Union Cabinet recommendation to impose President’s rule in Bihar.

Clinton keeps options open on sanctions
WASHINGTON, Oct 1 — U.S. President Bill Clinton has expressed inability to lift economic sanctions on India and Pakistan until more progress is achieved in its talks with the two South Asian countries.

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Varsity teachers pay for stir
PATIALA, Oct 1 — The Punjab Government has decided to hold back the salary for September of all teachers in the three universities — Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, PAU, Ludhiana and Punjabi University here, reportedly, in retaliation for these teachers' participation in their nation-wide strike from August 11 to September 5 for implementation of UGC scales.


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4 sacked, 13 inducted into AP Ministry
HYDERABAD, Oct 1 — In a major reshuffle, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu today sacked four ministers and inducted 13 new faces into his Ministry, taking the strength of the Council of Ministers to 37

Subcommittee to seek WSC accounts
CHANDIGARH, Oct 1 — As a first step toward crisis management involving the World Sikh Council, a joint meeting of the "old" and "new" members was held at Sri Kalgidhar Niwas here. The council passed a resolution authorising the SGPC president, Mr Gurcharan Singh Tohra, to constitute a sub-committee which will seek all relevant record pertaining to the World Sikh Council.

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