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’84 riots: Congress vows action
NEW DELHI, Oct 29 — The draft manifesto of the Congress for the Delhi Assembly poll has committed itself to taking "appropriate action" against all those found guilty in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
BJP may leave 6 seats for allies in Delhi
NEW DELHI, Oct 29 — The Bharatiya Janata Party may leave six seats in Delhi for its allies at the Centre in the November 25 Assembly elections.
  Delhi rural Congress workers led by Bharat Kesari Sanjay Pehlwan and Mr Anil Bali present a cow and a calf to Mrs Sonia Gandhi

Delhi rural Congress workers led by Bharat Kesari Sanjay Pehlwan and Mr Anil Bali presented a cow and a calf to Mrs Sonia Gandhi in New Delhi on Thursday.
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Uproar in Karnataka House
BANGALORE, Oct 29 — The Karnataka Assembly session opened here today on a stormy note with acrimonious exchanges and a dharna by opposition BJP triggered off by certain remarks made by a minister.

Pakistan fires US missiles
JAMMU, Oct 29 — Following the smashing of 10 Pak bunkers across Kargil, Kupwara and Gurez, Pakistani troops used US-made missiles to pound Indian border villages and pickets in the Tangdhar area today.
White Paper on ISI soon
AHMEDABAD, Oct 29 — A White Paper is being prepared on the activities of Pakistan’s ISI in India and it would be placed before Parliament during its winter session, the Home Minister, Mr L.K. Advani, said .

Reliance man had Dawood ‘links’
NEW DELHI, Oct 29 — V. Balasubramaniam, president of the Reliance Industries, who was found to be a close associate of self-styled property dealer-cum-politician, Romesh Sharma, had connections with Dubai-based underworld don Dawood Ibrahim.

Cong emissaries meet Sukh Ram
SHIMLA, Oct 29 — Ripples have been created in the political scene of Himachal Pradesh with two emissaries of the opposition Congress party reportedly meeting the HVC chief, Mr Sukh Ram, with whose support the BJP government in the state is surviving.


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Onion arrivals down to one-fifth
CHANDIGARH,Oct 29 — Apart from hoarding and manipulation by unscrupulous traders, a shortfall in the arrival of certain vegetables this year may have cast an adverse effect on the prices of other vegetables.

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