Saturday, November 11, 2000, Chandigarh, India
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Bush camp asks Gore to concede defeat

Democrat Vice-President Al GoreRepublican George W. Bush WASHINGTON, Nov 10 — Republican George W. Bush’s lead over Democrat Vice-President Al Gore has been pegged at 327 votes after a final unofficial recount in Florida, prompting the Bush camp to ask Mr Gore to concede defeat but the outcome of the US presidential election will not be known till next week as several thousand postal ballots are expected from abroad.

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Bibi takes part in nagar kirtan procession
AMRITSAR, Nov 10 — The SGPC chief, Bibi Jagir Kaur,
today made her first public appearance at the Golden Temple after the Patiala Bibi Jagir Kaur participates in a nagar kirtan procession. Sessions Judge stayed her arrest till Monday. Bibi arrived at the information office of the Golden Temple at about 11.30 a.m. After exchanging greetings she proceeded to the temple to offer prayers.

Bibi Jagir Kaur participates in the nagar kirtan procession held on the eve of gurpurb in Amritsar on Friday. — Photo by Sanjay Walia



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Marandi to be Jharkhand CM
NEW DELHI, Nov 10 — Former Minister of State Babulal Marandi will be the first Chief Minister of Jharkhand on November 15 when the 28th state of the Union comes into existence.

HC unseats Bhadana
Mr Kartar Singh BhadanaCHANDIGARH, Nov 10 — The ruling Indian National Lok Dal in Haryana received a shock today when Mr Justice A.S. Garg of the Punjab and Haryana High Court set aside the election of the Cooperation Minister, Mr Kartar Singh Bhadana, from the Samalkha Assembly constituency in Panipat district.

Pak President to get ‘siropa’

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Tight security at Nankana Sahib
NANKANA SAHIB (Pakistan), Nov 10 — Mr Rafiq Tarar, President, Pakistan, will be presented with a ‘siropa’ (robe of honour) by the Pakistan Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee and the Sikh “sangat” at the birth anniversary celebrations of Guru Nanak here tomorrow.

Azhar, Ajay may not appear before Madhavan
CHENNAI, Nov 10 — Mohammed Azharuddin and Ajay Sharma summoned by cricket board’s watchdog K. Madhavan for cross examination on the findings of the CBI in match-fixing scandal may not appear before him here tomorrow to answer charges.

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Govt ‘apathy’ stunts academic growth
KARNAL, Nov 10 — Academic growth of colleges in Haryana is being stymied by the “apathetic attitude” of the state government. Almost all non-government colleges in the state, numbering about 100, are facing a financial crunch. A majority of these colleges have raised loans from different sources to meet their monthly and day-to-day expenditure.



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