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India objects to
Annan's remarks
NEW DELHI, Sept 8 — India today rejected UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s reference to Jammu and Kashmir and asserted that there was no increase in tension with Pakistan as stated by him.

BONN: President K. R. Narayanan being welcomed by the Indian community as children wave the Tricolour on his arrival at Bonn-Cologne military airport in Germany on Monday. — PTI
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Judges' appointment guidelines
SC not to review judgement
NEW DELHI, Sept 8 — The Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court, adjudicating the presidential reference, today said it was not going to "review or reconsider" the 1993 apex court judgement laying down the guidelines for the appointment of judges.

Jaya: no threat to BJP govt
CHENNAI, Sept 8 — AIADMK supremo Jayalalitha today asserted that there was no threat to the Vajpayee government "at present," although her party was still reviewing support to the coalition.

The legacy lives on!
by Hari Jaisingh

Dyal Singh MajithiaRemembering our founder is a matter of pride for us. He left behind a legacy of rich contribution to society 100 years ago on this day. The legacy lives on in our thoughts, words and action. It is extraordinary that by the sheer force of his genius Dyal Singh Majithia made a profound impact on his times and, in fact, heralded a new era in Punjab.

Special articles on Sardar Dyal Singh Majithia, Founder of The Tribune

Affidavit on ED chief's transfer misleading: SC
NEW DELHI, Sept 8 — The Supreme Court today described the Union Government’s affidavit justifying the transfer of Mr M.K. Bezbaruah from the Enforcement Directorate to the Delhi Government as "misleading" and criticised it for taking shelter behind a "misquoted judgement" to justify the transfer order.

D’Souza wins trust vote
PANAJI, Sept 8 — The Wilfred D’Souza ministry in Goa today easily won a vote of confidence, capping weeks of legislative and legal battles and ending a two-month-long political impasse in the state.


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Blasts on Jammu rail track hit trains
JAMMU, Sept 8 — Two bombs planted by suspected militants went off on a railway track near here today, forcing suspension of trains between Jammu and Pathankot, the police said.

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