Saturday, July 8, 2000, Chandigarh, India

RSS chief asks govt to abrogate
Art 370

Flays policy on FDI, disinvestment

NEW DELHI, July 7 — Amidst raging controversy over the issue of autonomy for Jammu and Kashmir, RSS chief K.S. Sudarshan has asked the government to abrogate Article 370 of the Constitution which gives a special status to it and impose President’s rule in the state.

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Pak experts fear N-holocaust
NEW DELHI, July 7 — Defence strategists and analysts in Pakistan warned that a debilitating nuclear confrontation was staring South Asia in the face in the absence of any diplomatic engagement with India.

Centralisation of water opposed
Haryana rakes up SYL issue
NEW DELHI, July 7 — Punjab today strongly opposed the proposed centralisation of development and management of water resources saying the states alone should be empowered to deal with the subject.

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Chief Ministers (from right) Parkash Singh Badal (Punjab), Vilasrao Deshmukh (Maharashtra), E.K. Nayanar (Kerala) and S.M. Krishna (Karnataka) at the fourth meeting of the National Water Resources Council in Delhi on Friday. — PTI

One more tiger dies, toll 12
BHUBANESWAR, July 7 — One more tiger died today of trypanosomysis raising the death toll to 12 in the Nandankanan biological park near here even as a central team of experts arrived to probe the shocking tragedy.

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No search panel yet on VC’s selection
CHANDIGARH, July 7 — No search committee has been set up so far for the appointment of a new Vice-Chancellor of Panjab University even as the present incumbent, Prof M.M. Puri, completes his term on July 22, informed sources said here today.

Tenure of J&K DGP extended
SRINAGAR, July 7 — The Jammu and Kashmir government has extended by one year the tenure of Director-General of Police Gurbachan Jagat.

Popular outrage over house tax move
Bandhs in Haryana towns

PEHOWA, July 7 — This historic town of the Vedic age observed a complete hartal today in protest against the proposed house tax by the Haryana Government. Not a single shop in the entire town was seen open. Pilgrims coming to this town from all over the country in order to offer ‘pinds’ in memory of their deceased kin were put to great inconvenience as they could not get essential items of food and fruit required during the worship of their ancestors.

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