Saturday, September 9, 2000, Chandigarh, India

PM exposes Pak doublespeak
Asks international community to see reality
NEW YORK, Sept 8 — The Prime Minister, Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee, castigated Pakistan today for its relentless cross-border terrorism and doublespeak and rejected Islamabad’s plea for an unconditional dialogue as “terrorism and dialogue do not go together.”

Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee addresses the Asia Society in New York on Thursday. — PTI photo


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The Tribune pays, with millions of readers and admirers, its homage to the Founder, Sardar Dyal Singh Majithia, who passed into eternity on this day 102 years ago. (Special article on Editorial page.) 

Pak wants US role on Kashmir
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 8 — The chief executive of Pakistan, General Pervez Musharraf, wants US President Bill Clinton to adopt a more persuasive role vis-a-vis India in getting things move towards a resolution of the Kashmir issue.

93 alien convicts deported
Sequel to HC intervention

CHANDIGARH, Sept 8 — Less than four months after the Punjab and Haryana High Court intervened, 93 foreign nationals, lodged at Central Jail in Amritsar, have been deported.


Telecom strike called off
NEW DELHI, Sept 8 — More than three lakh striking workers of telecom unions called off their stir late tonight as Communications Minister Ram Vilas Paswan agreed to their demands.

Supplies to troops disrupted
SHIMLA, Sept 8 — The winter supplies for troops deployed in forward areas bordering Chinese-occupied Tibet have been disrupted because of extensive damage to the Hindustan-Tibet highway in the recent flashfloods.

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Bollywood heartthrob Hrithik Roshan extends a helping hand to actress Jaya, wife of superstar Amitabh Bachchan, at the launch of Roshan’s latest film “Fiza” in Mumbai on Thursday.

Bollywood heartthrob Hrithik Roshan extends a helping hand to actress Jaya, wife of superstar Amitabh Bachchan, at the launch of Roshan’s latest film “Fiza” in Mumbai on Thursday. — Reuters photo

Jadeja re-examined by CBI
NEW DELHI, Sept 8 — The CBI is likely to submit its interim report on match-fixing to the Sports Ministry on September 29 after having questioned cricketing icon Kapil Dev and re-examined Ajay Jadeja.

Concern for Khalra man
AMRITSAR, Sept 8 — The Khalra Mission Committee (KMC) today claimed that Amnesty International had taken notice of its press release dated September 7, 2000 about the arrest of Mr Rajiv Singh Randhawa, a human rights activist.

One hospital employs, another pays
AMRITSAR, Sept 8 — In gross violation of the manual of the Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESI) medical, the Punjab Government has ordered that the salaries of as many as 89 doctors be drawn from places where they are not working.

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