Sunday, November 26, 2000, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3 am (IST)

Dhumal faces revolt
3 HP ministers, 3 MLAs withdraw support

SHIMLA, Nov 25 — The 32-month-old BJP-HVC combine government of Mr P.K. Dhumal has plunged into a serious crisis with three ministers and an equal number of legislators withdrawing support to him because of his “discriminatory” attitude and “humiliation” of senior partymen.

Curfew imposed on Kishtwar
9 militants shot dead

JAMMU, Nov 25 — An indefinite curfew was imposed on Kishtwar town in Doda district to prevent violence following the massacre of five bus passengers belonging to a minority community.


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Policemen try to stop demonstrators in Jammu on Saturday. Policemen try to stop demonstrators in Jammu on Saturday. The protests erupted in anger after suspected guerrillas of the Lashkar-e-Toiba group abducted and shot five persons near Kishtwar on Friday. The killings took the death toll in the region from militancy-related incidents in less than 72 hours to 11. 
— Reuters photo

Talks with militants likely
NEW DELHI, Nov 25 — The Centre was preparing ground for talks with militants, the Jammu and Kashmir Governor, Mr Girish Chandra Saxena, said today.

Pak ‘ready to respond’
ISLAMABAD, Nov 25 — Pakistan was prepared to respond to India’s offer to ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir during Ramzan if “India improves upon the steps it has earlier taken”.

Bhat gets 6-yr RI for kidnapping Soz’s daughter
NEW DELHI, Nov 25 — A designated CBI court in Jammu has convicted Mohammed Yasin Bhat for kidnapping Ms Nahida Imtiaz, daughter of the former MP, Mr Saifuddin Soz. The court found Bhat guilty for offences under the Indian Penal Code and sections of TADA.


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Amarinder is PPCC chief
CHANDIGARH, Nov 25 — As it was expected, Capt Amarinder Singh, was today elected unanimously as President of the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee.

Joint plan to nab Veerappan
CHENNAI, Nov 25 — Tamil Nadu and Karnataka officials today formulated a new joint strategy to apprehend elusive forest brigand Veerappan and decided to intensify search operations soon with logistic support from the Centre.

In Spectrum  today 
New States; Old Issues
by Syed Nooruzzaman

Saying bye to Basu
by Chanchal Sarkar

: Wanted: A fairy godmother for Sonali Bendre!
by Madhur Mittal


Why don’t we shift the residential unit instead?
by Sandeep Joshi

Widow seeks justice from NHRC
Blames husband’s seniors for his death

FATEHABAD, Nov 25 — Having failed to get justice from the local police, a young widow has been running from pillar to post to bring to book those responsible for the suicide of her husband. The accused are said to be influential persons.

Prestigious park in neglect
Three fountains not functioning

ANANDPUR SAHIB (Ropar), Nov 25 — Named after the ‘Panj Piaras’, the park constructed as part of the tercentenary celebrations of the Panth here is in a state of utter neglect.
The prestigious 'Panj Piare Park' at Anandpur Sahib
The prestigious “Panj Piare Park” at Anandpur Sahib is left with only four fountains with the fifth having been removed for repairs. — Tribune photo by Manoj Mahajan

Bibi fails to convince CBI
November 25, 2000
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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