Sunday, September 10, 2000, Chandigarh, India

Summit pledges to fight terrorism
From A. Balu

UNITED NATIONS, Sept 9 — The largest gathering of world leaders, trumpeted as a historic moment for the United Nations, ended its three-day Millennium Summit here tonight with the adoption of a comprehensive declaration pledging its commitment to solve some of the most pressing challenges facing the world.

Bush for stronger Indo-US ties
From Hari Jaisingh

NEW YORK, Sept 9 — In a significant development, the American Republican presidential candidate, Mr George W. Bush, telephoned the Prime Minister, Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee, here today underlining his party’s desire to strengthen the multifaceted and mutually beneficial cooperation with India.


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Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee addresses Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee addresses 
a reception hosted by Mr Naresh Chandra, Ambassador of India to the USA, in New York on Friday. — PTI photo

US Diary
Of Musharraf, Kashmir & diplomacy

NEW YORK: From conflicts and subversion to the intricacies of diplomacy, Gen Pervez Musharraf is having the first taste of global diplomacy in New York. He arrived here two days before Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee landed in the USA’s swinging city and is likely to remain here for the next three days or so.


Najma addresses UN
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 9 — For the deputy chairman of the Rajya Sabha, Mrs Najma Heptulla, it was a unique honour to address the World Millennium Summit on Friday in her capacity as the president of the governing council of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU).

5 English, Pak cricketers implicated?
LONDON, Sept 9 — two unnamed English players and three Pakistanis have been implicated in the CBI interim report on match-fixing scandal expected to be released on September 29, the Daily Telegraph reported today.

In Spectrum today 
CINEMA: Changing Genres, 
by Abhilaksh Likhi

It’s the journey, not the end,
by I.M. Soni

Hrithik strikes again,
by Madhur Mittal

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No need to worry about Mr Vajpayee’s speech. I was wearing ear-plugs!
by Sandeep Joshi

Nine ultras, 2 jawans killed
SRINAGAR, Sept 9 — Nine militants, most of them foreigners, and two securitymen were among 13 killed in militancy-related incidents all over the state during the past 24 hours.

Doctor’s clarification

Panjwar threat to Nihang family
AMRITSAR, Sept 9 — It was June 23, 1990, when the family of the Sarpanch of Mallian village in this district waged the first civil battle against militants.

Masala movie story unfolds
BATHINDA, Sept 9 — It could be a story fit for the script of a Bollywood masala movie. In a bizarre incident, Baldev Singh Deba of Dialpura Mirza village of this district along with seven other associates, who are from different villages, were given Rs 1 lakh by Nirmal Singh, who lives in the USA, to kill Kaddar Singh Kadda of Rajjiwala village.

— Tribune photo by Parvesh Chauhan 
Abandoned daughter of Kargil martyr
CHANDIGARH, Sept 9 — Relationships die with death, learnt Roopali Suresh Jadav only after her father died in the battle for Kargil. Her mother died of shock soon after. Abandoned by the family, the 25-year-old handicapped daughter of an Army Captain, with just a pair of trousers to her name, is at the mercy of strangers.
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