Sunday, April 9, 2000, Chandigarh, India

3 ballistic missiles found
in Rajouri
Bijbehara curfew goes
JAMMU, April 8 — For the first time in the decade-long militancy in Jammu and Kashmir, three ballistic missiles have been found by the security forces from a militant hideout in the higher reaches of Rajouri district here, official sources said today.

Anantnag SSP suspended
SRINAGAR, April 8 — The Jammu and Kashmir Government has ordered the suspension of Senior Superintendent of Police, Anantnag, Farooq Khan, and SHO Gazanfar Syed of Acchhabal.

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Gulshan’s brother grilled
NEW DELHI, April 8 — Kishan Kumar, brother of slain music magnate Gulshan Kumar, was being questioned here by Delhi Police in connection with the match-fixing and betting case in which five South African cricketers, including skipper Hansie Cronje, have been named, police said.

Rail link ‘not to be snapped’
ISLAMABAD, April 8 — Pakistan today ruled out any immediate threat of closure of rail link with India and hoped Islamabad and New Delhi would sort out differences over the supply of rakes for the Lahore-Amritsar Samjhauta Express.

Badal flags off Khalsa march
PANCHKULA, April 8 — An impressive ceremony and an equally imposing march to mark the culmination of the year-long tercentenary celebrations of the birth of the Khalsa, aimed at spreading the message of “Manas ki Jat Sabhe Eke Pehchanbo’’ (all human beings have one identity), was flagged off from the historic Nada Sahib Gurdwara, near here today.

The Khalsa march, part of the culmination of the tercentenary celebrations of the birth of the Khalsa, which will pass through various districts of Haryana, begins its journey from the historic Gurdwara Nada Sahib, near Panchkula, on Saturday.
— Tribune photo by Manoj Mahajan

Pak not to press for dialogue
CARTAGENA (Colombia) April 8 — Pakistan today said it would not press India for the resumption of the stalled dialogue as New Delhi had spurned its formal offer to hold talks.

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Recycled atta passed off to poor
HISAR, April 8 — Recycled atta prepared from dried chapatis given to beggars and scavengers in alms is finding its way to roadside dhabas and shops in colonies inhabited by economically weaker sections all over the state.


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