Tuesday, November 14, 2000, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3 am (IST)

CBI charges Jagir Kaur with daughter’s killing 
Court rejects bail plea
Bibi Jagir KaurPATIALA, Nov 13 — Dismissing the anticipatory bail application of Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) President Jagir Kaur, a Patiala court today accepted the plea of the Central Bureau of Investigation that an offence under Section 302 was made out against her and that her custodial interrogation was certainly required.


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Cong leader shot, SAD MLA booked
DHARAMKOT, (Moga), Nov 13 — About five assailants today shot dead a senior Congress leader and President’s award winner, Harmesh Kumar Mukhija, and injured his bodyguard, Binder, at his shop in the Dharamkot grain market this morning.

Dalmiya’s house raided
Jagmohan Dalmiya
NEW DELHI, Nov 13 — The CBI today raided 25 office and residential places, including of former ICC chief, Jagmohan Dalmiya and five senior Doordarshan officials, Prasar Bharti and certain TV companies in connection with the probe into the alleged bungling in allotment of television rights of cricket matches since 1996.

Court rejects Bush plea
WASHINGTON, Nov 13 — In what could be a setback to Republican candidate George W. Bush, a Florida court today rejected his demand for staying manual recount of over four lakh votes in the Palm Beach County in the US presidential election.



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7 killed in IAF copter crash
Tipnis does not rule out shooting down

NEW DELHI, Nov 13 — There is a possibility that the IAF helicopter, which crashed near Indo-Pak border near the Rann of Kutch killing seven persons, was shot down, Air Force Chief Air Marshal A.Y. Tipnis said here tonight.

Kar seva of Sikh shrines in Pak
LAHORE, Nov 13 — After the formation of the Pakistan Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee, the first ‘kar sewa’ of Gurdwara “Singh Singhnian” was started by “Kar Sewa Committee, Sikh shrines in Pakistan” amid religious fervour, here today.

Jharkhand: Cong to stay neutral
NEW DELHI, Nov 13 — Even as the Congress Working Committee today decided not to support any group in Jharkhand to form government, the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (Soren) appealed to the party to review its stand on the issue.

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New initiative on Kashmir likely
NEW DELHI, Nov 13 — A new initiative for talks for peace in the troubled state of Jammu and Kashmir could possibly be undertaken at the forthcoming wedding of the daughter of the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chairman, Mr Amanullah Khan, with the son of the Chairman of the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Conference and senior leader of the All-Party Hurriyat Conference, Mr Abdul Ghani Lone, at Rawalpindi in Pakistan.

Highway blues-II
Reluctance in rushing victims to hospital
G.T. Road, Nov 13 — An accident victim on the 235-km stretch of road connecting Chandigarh with Kundli (Sonepat) on the Haryana-Delhi border has little chance of getting timely medical care. Even though at least three persons die every day on an average on this stretch, there is a lack of initiative in rushing victims to the nearest hospital.

Trees sold for a mere trifle
CHANDIGARH, Nov 13 — The Ambala Division of the Northern Railway identified nearly 50,000 trees to be felled during the current financial year, most of which have already been axed for a return of Rs 39 lakh so far. The division expects to generate a total revenue of Rs 70 lakh from trees alone this year, says the Divisional Regional Manager, Mr Vijay Kumar.



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