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Bihar Assembly rejects Vananchal
Rabri Devi government
wins trust vote

PATNA, Sept 21 — The Bihar Assembly today rejected a separate tribal state Vananchal by 181-107 votes.
Later, the RJD also won a vote of confidence in the Rabri Devi government by 190-0 votes.
Opposition for President’s intervention
NEW DELHI, Sept 21 — The Opposition parties led by the RLM today condemned the BJP-led Central government’s move to invoke Article 356 of the Constitution to dismiss the Rabri Devi government in Bihar and impose President’s rule.
Use of Article 356 if
justified: Advani
Congress berates Centre's
stand on Bihar
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Clinton speaks on Kashmir
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 21 — US President Bill Clinton today asked for the resolution of "ancient animosities" in Kashmir and Sri Lanka which were killing innocent people, and said a united international effort was a must to combat terrorism afflicting all parts of the world.

Sonia’s visit to woo Sikhs: Badal
SARAN (Amritsar), Sept 21 — Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has alleged that the proposed visit of Mrs Sonia Gandhi, president of the All-India Congress Committee, to the Golden Temple was aimed at "capturing" the votes of Sikhs.

C T B T Signing won't hit N-status:Kalam
NEW DELHI, Sept 21 — India, by signing the CTBT, will not face any difficulties in its nuclear weapons programme since the country has generated the "desired data" from Pokhran-II tests, top nuclear scientist
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam said today.
Jaswant arrives in USA
for talks

Fernandes rules out signing
Sharif expected to accept


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Another diplomatic test
for Vajpayee

From Hari Jaisingh
NEW DELHI, Sept 21 — After the sweet-and-sour NAM summit at Durban, Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee faces yet another diplomatic test in the swinging city of New York which also houses the United Nations. He is scheduled to address the UN General Assembly on September 24. This is not viewed as a routine exercise.

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Sir, this Mr Bhandari too is quite effective. Should we have him as the Governor of Tamil Nadu?
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