Friday, September 15, 2000, Chandigarh, India

Join hands to end terrorism

PM’s appeal to US Congress 
Offers to host development conclave
From Hari Jaisingh

WASHINGTON, Sept 14 — The Prime Minister, Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee, is emphatic that India and the USA should close ranks in combating state-sponsored terrorism as distance offered no insulation.


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Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee at the ceremonial arrival ceremony at Blair House in Washington on Wednesday. — PTI photo Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee at the ceremonial arrival ceremony at Blair House in Washington on Wednesday.

Congress wants sanctions to go
WASHINGTON, Sept 14 — In a development having far reaching import for bolstering Indo-US ties, the American Congress today adopted a resolution unanimously imploring the Bill Clinton administration to lift the remaining sanctions against New Delhi. The sanctions were imposed following the underground nuclear tests by India in May, 1998.


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PM: bipartisan approach must
Washington, Sept 14 — During the 22-minute address to the U S Congress, Mr Vajpayee spoke in measured tone. The sentences were simple and short for making an impact. He laid great emphasis on the bipartisan approach for “infusing a new quality in Indo-US ties.”

William H. GatesGates sees India as IT ‘superpower’
NEW DELHI, Sept 14 — Software czar, Chairman and chief software architect of Microsoft Corporation, Mr William H. Gates, sees India as an information technology “superpower” where every state, including Punjab and Haryana, is a major market.

Naidu meets Advani on West Bengal
NEW DELHI, Sept 14 — Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu today discussed the West Bengal situation with Home Minister L.K. Advani.

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Jolt to Cong in Sunam bypoll
CPI rejects plea on common candidate
SUNAM, Sept 14 — The Punjab Congress today suffered a setback as the talks between the Congress and the Communist Party of India (CPI) regarding a common candidate for the Sunam Assembly byelection failed, with Dr Joginder Dayal, Secretary of the Punjab unit of the CPI, refusing to oblige the Congress leadership by withdrawing his party’s candidate from the contest in favour of the Congress candidate, Mrs Parmeswari Devi.

Harpreet KaurHarpreet case: CBI probe begins
JALANDHAR, Sept 14 — The CBI authorities have finally initiated the preliminary investigation into the mystery surrounding the death of Harpreet Kaur, daughter of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee chief, Bibi Jagir Kaur. The probe will also explore whether there was any evidence on the basis of which they could register a case.
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Pak deploys reserve brigade near LoC
JAMMU, Sept 14 — Pakistan is said to have moved one reserve brigade from the general headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi close to the Line of Control across Uri, Tangdhar and Chhamb.

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