Monday, April 2, 2001, Chandigarh, India
  Updated at 3 am (IST)

CBI begins scrutiny of scam papers

Parekh’s questioning on

New Delhi, April 1
The CBI has begun a scrutiny of documents pertaining to the Rs 843-crore stock market scam, including the Rs 137 crore pay order scandal involving leading stock broker Ketan Parekh, highly-placed CBI sources said here today.


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Four killed; blast averted
Srinagar, April 1
Four persons, including two militants, were killed, and two ultras arrested in the Kashmir valley, where police averted a tragedy with the detection of a grenade in Anantnag today, an official spokesman said here.

A group of women along with their children heading for a medical camp organised by the BSF near Dal Lake in Srinagar on Saturday.

A group of women along with their children heading for a medical camp organised by the BSF near Dal Lake in Srinagar on Saturday. — PTI photo

40 pilgrims killed in Pak shrine stampede
Pak Pattan, Pakistan, April 1
About 40 persons were killed and more than 100 injured in a stampede at a Muslim shrine in Pakistan’s central province of Punjab, ambulance workers and state media said on Sunday. 




India not to play at Sharjah
New Delhi, April 1
In a policy announcement, the government today refused permission to its national cricket team to play in the Sharjah three-nation tournament and advised the Board of Control for Cricket in India not to participate in ‘non-regular venues’ for at least next three years.

  • PCB to boycott India
    Islamabad, April 1
    Reacting to India’s decision to pull out of the three-nation Sharjah tournament, the Pakistan Cricket Board today said it stuck to its decision to boycott India in all future tournaments.

Chinese fighter hit by US plane crashes
Beijing, April 1
China said one of its fighters crashed today after being rammed in mid-air by a US aircraft, which landed on the southern island of Hainan without permission.


In Agriculture today
Reasons for deformed earing in wheat

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Don't get .conned
by Roopinder Singh

"IT Act provides for legal sanctity to all
electronic records"

by Peeyush Agnihotri
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Delhi gets on road to CNG
New Delhi, April 1
The public transport fleet of the Capital got on to the road to “one fuel” mode of the CNG today as per the directive of the Supreme Court.

Relics of Bamiyan Buddhas on sale
London, April 1
Relics of the 2000-year-old Bamiyan Buddhas, blown up by Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers last month, have now been put on sale in Pakistan’s frontier town of Peshawar.

Tension near Golden Temple defused
Amritsar, April 1
Tension gripped the vicinity of the Golden Temple last evening with the pitching of a “shamiana” outside Chhani Temple near the Golden Temple for a ‘jagran’.

Bid to get passports for ultras
Jammu, April 1
Efforts are afoot to get passports issued to militants, especially foreign mercenaries, so that they have no problem in making Kashmir their second home. Government functionaries revealed that pro-Pak agencies were trying to motivate the authorities concerned in the passport office, the police and the CID to issue passports to militants under coded names.


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