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Israel, Palestine to sign deal
QUEENSTOWN, Oct 23 — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat agreed today on a breakthrough land-for-peace West Bank accord, overcoming a last-minute snag about the status of an American convicted of spying for Israel. A White House signing ceremony was planned for later today. "It's a go", a US official said.

President Bill Clinton meets Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat on Thursday night at Wye River Conference Centre in Queenstown, Maryland.
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Tribune Matrimonials

G. S. TohraTohra re-elected SGPC chief
AMRITSAR, Oct 23 — Amidst a walkout by members of the Akali Dal (Amritsar) Mr Gurcharan Singh Tohra was re-elected President of the SGPC for the 25th time.
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Steps to check infiltration: ground sensors along LoC
NEW DELHI, Oct 23 — The Indian Army will soon deploy state-of-the-art unattended ground sensors, thermal imagery sights, hand-held laser-range finders, global positioning systems and mine-protected vehicles in the Kashmir valley to check infiltration of militants from across the border.

Joshi: boycott unwarranted
NEW DELHI, Oct 23 — The two- day state Education Ministers’ conference ended today with the Human Resource Development Minister, Dr Murli Manohar Joshi, making a conscious attempt to downplay the controversies that marred the event yesterday.

JD crisis reaches flashpoint
BANGALORE, Oct 23 — The crisis in the ruling Janata Dal in Karnataka reached a flashpoint tonight with former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda asking Chief Minister J.H. Patel to test his strength in the Janata Dal Legislature Party (JDLP) meeting before the commencement of the assembly session on October 29.


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BJP pursuing divisive policies: RLM
NEW DELHI, Oct 23 — The Rashtriya Loktantrik Morcha today launched its campaign for the four state assembly elections with a blistering attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party for its all-round failure and said that the third front could alone provide a viable alternative to the people.

Undertrial "branded" in Nabha jail
PATIALA, Oct 23 — Duty Magistrate DP Singla today ordered constitution of a board of doctors to medically examine Tarlochan Singh, an undertrail lodged in the maximum security Nabha jail, who alleged he was tortured and branded by jail authorities on Divali night in revenge for his highlighting atrocities in the jail.

Bus from Pak on Nov 5
CHANDIGARH, Oct 23 — The first bus from Lahore to New Delhi is tentatively scheduled to arrive at Wagah border on the morning of November 5, informed sources said here today.

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