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PM begins talks with Akalis
NEW DELHI, Oct 3 — The Prime Minister, Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee, has initiated a dialogue with the Shiromani Akali Dal leadership for allaying their misgivings on Udham Singh Nagar and other issues.

Talks on with allies: Tohra
CHANDIGARH, Oct 3 — Top Akali leaders are in touch with coalition partners, including the AIADMK and Trinamool Congress, on the issue of inclusion of Udham Singh Nagar in the proposed Uttaranchal state, SGPC chief G.S. Tohra told mediapersons here.

USA blacklists 100 Indian, Pak firms
Waiver on farm sales passed
WASHINGTON, Oct 3 — While Congress debates a temporary waiver on sanctions imposed on India and Pakistan because of their nuclear tests in May, the Clinton Administration is getting ready to release a long list of companies and government institutions in the two countries that Americans will be barred from doing business with if the sanctions stay in place, says The New York Times.
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India, Pak expel diplomats
ISLAMABAD, Oct 3 — In a closely-guarded action, India and Pakistan expelled one diplomat each from their respective countries earlier this week, NNI agency reported quoting diplomatic sources today.

Prime Minister Atal Behari VajpayeePM dares Cong to bring no-trust move
JODHPUR, Oct 3 — Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee today dared the Congress to bring a no-confidence motion against his government and asserted it, along with other parties, would not succeed in toppling the BJP-led coalition at the Centre.

Iran-Afghan crisis: UN, OIC launch peace mission
ISLAMABAD, Oct 3 — The United Nations and the Organisation of the Islamic Conference have undertaken a joint "peace mission’’ to amicably solve the Iran-Afghan crisis.

Punjab to act against strikers
CHANDIGARH, Oct 3 — The Punjab Government has decided to act tough with the striking employees, who have resorted to a pen-down strike for the past two weeks adversely, affecting normal functioning in the offices throughout the state.


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Poll code does not stop development: Gill
CHANDIGARH, Oct 3 — The Chief Election Commissioner, Mr M. S. Gill, today said it was a "misrepresentation" that the voluntary code of conduct for political parties stopped all development works in the states going to the polls.

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