Saturday, November 25, 2000, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3 am (IST)

Bibi fails to convince CBI
To be interrogated again next week

NEW DELHI, Nov 24—The President of the SGPC, Bibi Jagir Kaur, who appeared before the CBI for interrogation for the second time today, failed to satisfy the queries posed to her by the investigating officials, agency sources said.

Does not rule out fighting poll
NEW DELHI, Nov 24 — The SGPC President, Bibi Jagir Kaur, today did not rule out the possibility of her standing in the commitee's poll scheduled for next week.


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A tourist enjoys a sledge ride after the season’s first snowfall at Gulmarg, 50 km west of Srinagar, on Friday.

A tourist enjoys a sledge ride after the season’s first snowfall at Gulmarg, 50 km west of Srinagar, on Friday.
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Lashkar men stop bus, kill 5
JAMMU, Nov 24 — Five Hindus were today killed by Lashkar-e-Toiba militants in the forest belt of Dechan in Doda district, the police said. The police said that four unidentified gunmen stopped a passenger bus, which was on its way from Kishtwar to Dechan, today. They brought down seven passengers belonging to the minority community.



Florida SC’s no to Gore appeal
WASHINGTON, Nov 24 — The Florida Supreme Court last night administered a rude shock to US Vice-President Al Gore, rejecting his plea for the resumption of a manual recount in a county that bolstered the winning prospects of his Republican rival George W. Bush in the country’s stalemated presidential election.

NDA going slow on Hamdard
Gujral, Sukhbir, Tarlochan in race for RS seat
NEW DELHI, NOV 24—The diqualification of Barjinder Singh Hamdard, an Independent member of the Rajya Sabha from Punjab, is delicately balanced as the matter is in the court of Union External Affairs Minister Jaswant Singh in his capacity as the Leader of the House of Elders.

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The genetically-engineered athlete

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Ruchika’s Tragedy

A tribute to Punjab’s poet-politician

by  J.S. Bedi

THIS ABOVE ALL : To be among celebrities
by Khushwant Singh

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Chhota Rajan escapes filmi style
BANGKOK, Nov 24 — Mumbai underworld don Chhota Rajan today escaped from the hospital room, where he was being treated for gun shot wounds he received in an attack in September, using knotted bedsheets, the police here said.

Truckers’ strike on Monday
NEW DELHI, Nov 24 — Truckers in the Capital will go on a day’s token strike on November 27 to protest against notices issued by the Municipal Corporation of Delhi to them about sealing their premises.


Dial ‘M’ for meter-tampering
FARIDABAD, Nov 24 — Want to tamper with your power meter? Just dial a mobile phone number and the work will be done. The racket came to light following the arrest of eight persons with two mobile phones by the Vigilance Department of Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Limited (DHBVN).

No going back on ceasefire
November 24, 2000
5 truckers shot near Banihal
November 23, 2000
SC rejects Delhi Govt’s plea
November 22, 2000
RAF deployed in Delhi
November 21, 2000
No combat operations during Ramzan
November 20, 2000
Shelling forces fresh migration
November 19, 2000
CBI interrogates Bibi
November 18, 2000
Centre’s plan to nab Veerappan
November 17, 2000
Bibi gets bail
November 16, 2000
Marandi sworn in CM
November 15, 2000


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