Monday, February 12, 2001, Chandigarh, India
  Updated at 3 am (IST)

Negotiations only solution: George
Asks Sikhs to stay in Kashmir
SRINAGAR, Feb 11Giving a call to Sikhs to stay put in Kashmir, Defence Minister George Fernandes here today offered to extend all possible help to the community in the valley, saying that negotiations were the only solution to all problems.

Defence Minister George Fernandes addresses Sikhs at a bhog in Mehjoor Nagar on Sunday.

Defence Minister George Fernandes addresses Sikhs at a bhog in Mehjoor Nagar on Sunday. Senior Hurriyat leaders Abdul Ghani Lone, Mohd Yaseen Malik and separatist leader Shabir Shah also attended it. — Photo by Amin War


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J&K minister’s house attacked
Shops burnt in Udhampur
Militants attacked the house of Jammu and Kashmir Law Minister and gunned down two special police officers (SPOs) elsewhere in the Kashmir valley, where the Army found bodies of two unidentified persons since yesterday, official sources said today.

Haryana wins Gujarati hearts
RAPAR(Bhuj), Feb 11 “Is Mr Bajoria there? I am Vishnu Bhagwan, Chairman of the Haryana Public Enterprises Bureau. Our state is running relief operations in Rapar taluka. People here need groundnut oil. Please contribute as per your “shradha”... Okay, palm-oil will do. But do send it day after tomorrow.”




Fire loss put at Rs 9 crore
SHIMLA, Feb 11 The police has started investigation to ascertain the cause of fire which partially destroyed the Railway Board building here last evening.

GCM sacks Colonel for fraud
CHANDIGARH, Feb 11 A general court martial has dismissed a senior Army officer posted at the Equine Breeding Stud, Hisar, on several charges of intent to defraud by wrongfully indenting for medical supplies amounting to several lakhs of rupees, it is learnt.

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Three die in ‘jhoola’ crash
FARIDABAD, Feb 11Tragedy struck at the ongoing 15th Surajkund crafts mela this afternoon. Three persons, including a woman and a minor girl, were killed and 14-others were injured when a merry-go-round crashed all of sudden.


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Should there be only one CET?
CHANDIGARH, Feb 11 Should there be only one combined entrance test for admission to professional courses, including engineering, computers, information technology, dentistry, medicine and architecture, in various institutes and colleges throughout the country?


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