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Wednesday, November 29, 2000, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3 am (IST)

Blast mars first day of ceasefire
3 jawans die, Hizb owns responsibility

SRINAGAR, Nov 28 — The first day of unilateral ceasefire was marred by a powerful improvised explosive device blast that left three Rashtriya Rifle personnel dead and 12 others injured at Nowpora Doru, about 75 km from here in South Kashmir this afternoon.

PM’s offer aimed at breaking impasse
4 ex-PMs ask Musharraf to respond positively
NEW DELHI, Nov 28 — The unilateral ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir during the fasting month of Ramzan announced by Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee hopes to rekindle last July’s botched-up peace process.


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A paramilitary jawan mans his post as a "tonga" passes by at Sopore, 48 km north of Srinagar, on Tuesday.

A paramilitary jawan mans his post as a "tonga" passes by at Sopore, 48 km north of Srinagar, on Tuesday. Three troops were killed when militants blew up an Army truck shattering the first day of ceasefire.
— Reuters photo

Gore seeks popular support
WASHINGTON, Nov 28 — Confrontation looms in US politics as a defiant Vice-President Al Gore has sought popular support while refusing to concede the presidential election to Republican George W. Bush, certified winner of Florida’s decisive 25 electoral votes and the presidency.


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Five Indian Canadians retain seats
LL five Indian Canadian sitting members of the House of Commons have retained their seats in the 37th general election of Canada, polling for which was held yesterday.

Four of the five successful Indian Canadian candidates.
Four of the five successful Indian Canadian candidates,
(from left) Mr Herb Dhaliwal, Mr Deepak Ubhrai, 
Mr Gurbax Singh Malhi, and Mr Gurmant Grewal.

Pak national dies at Attari
1,200 Samjhauta passengers stranded
ATTARI, Nov 28 — Several stranded passengers who were to reach Lahore by the Samjhauta Express could not observe fast on the first day of Ramzan today.

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Tell HIV-positive donors the truth

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by Sandeep Joshi

Father kidnapped, says MLA’s son
DHARAMSALA, Nov 28 — The son of dissident MLA, Des Raj today expressed apprehension that his father may have been abducted and pressurised into issuing a statement in favour of the Chief Minister by the Dhumal camp.

Paswan launches Janshakti
NEW DELHI, Nov 28 — Launching his political outfit, Janshakti, Mr Ram Vilas Paswan today made an attempt to consolidate his traditional support base of Dalits and sought support of all sections, specially minorities, for his party.

Crucial SGPC meeting today
AMRITSAR, Nov 28 — A crucial meeting of SGPC members, to be presided over by Mr Parkash Singh Badal, SAD president, will be held in Gurdass Hall here tomorrow.

Boy passes same exam from 2 schools!
BATHINDA, Nov 28 — Can a student pass a board examination of the same class from two schools in the same year? It is possible, if the board happens to be the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) and the student is a son of a senior official of the state Education Department.

Guns fall silent in Kashmir
November 28, 2000
4 jawans die in ambush
November 27, 2000
Dhumal faces revolt
November 26, 2000
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


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