Wednesday, February 7, 2001, Chandigarh, India
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Cremation of youth passes off peacefully

2 cops suspended, curfew relaxed
JAMMU, Feb 6 . Mr Mohinder Singh, who was killed in violent clashes between the Sikhs and security forces yesterday, was cremated today. The sub-divisional police officer and a sub-inspector of the Narwal police station have been suspended pending further inquiry for use of excess force to disperse the mob.


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Activists of the Indian National Sikh Council demonstrate near the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi on Tuesday in protest against the recent killing of Sikhs in Kashmir valley. Edit: A dangerous turn

Activists of the Indian National Sikh Council demonstrate near the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi on Tuesday in protest against the recent killing of Sikhs in Kashmir valley. . PTI photo

Give security to Sikhs: Talwandi
Attacks aimed at migration: Advani

NEW DELHI, Feb 6 .The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee chief, Mr Jagdev Singh Talwandi, called on the Prime Minister, Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee, here tonight and impressed on him the need to provide security to the Sikh community in Jammu and Kashmir.

Musharraf ready to invite Vajpayee
DUBAI, Feb 6 . Even as he called for continuance of the .freedom struggle. by the Kashmiris, Pakistan.s military ruler Gen Pervez Musharraf has said he is prepared to invite Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee to Islamabad in a bid to resolve the Kashmir issue.




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PMK firms up pact with AIADMK
CHENNAI, Feb 6 . A day after parting company with the NDA at the Centre, the PMK today dealt a severe blow to the coalition in Tamil Nadu by firming up an alliance with the AIADMK ahead of the assembly elections due shortly in the state.

Bill to curb tobacco use
NEW DELHI, Feb 6 . In a move that will protect passive smokers and discourage adolescents from consuming tobacco products, the Union Cabinet today approved the introduction of a legislation that would put curbs on the promotion and sale of tobacco products.

Plan to rehabilitate quake victims
AHMEDABAD, Feb 6 . Faced with criticism from different quarters for the lack of coordination in the relief and rescue operations, the Gujarat Government today announced the formation of a separate department for the rehabilitation of the quake victims.

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Majitha poll: EC order on EVMs
NEW DELHI, Feb 6 . For the free and fair conduct of Assembly by-elections in the Majitha constituency, the Election Commission today gave specific directions to the Returning Officer, Majitha, and the District Electoral Officer of Amritsar.

V.N. Gadgil passes away
NEW DELHI, Feb 6 . Former Union Minister and senior Congress leader V.N. Gadgil died in a city hospital early this morning following a cardiac arrest.

Schools for child labour on cards
PATIALA, Feb 6 . Emboldened by the success of special schools established to educate as well as impart vocational training to children working in the sports industry in Jalandhar, the Punjab Government proposes to establish such schools for child labourers in Ludhiana and Amritsar too.


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