Sunday, May 20, 2001, Chandigarh, India
 Updated at 3 am (IST)

Decision on J&K truce extension
soon: Advani
Shabir Shah writes to Musharraf
Srinagar, May 19
After a crucial meeting at the Unified Command Headquarters here, Home Minister L.K. Advani today said the Centre would soon decide on extention of ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir in a manner that will “subserve both peace and security”.


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J&K page: Central forces against truce extension

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah (right) with Union Defence Minister Jaswant Singh (centre) and Union Home Minister L. K. Advani during a meeting in Srinagar on Saturday.
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Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah (right) with Union Defence Minister Jaswant Singh (centre) and Union Home Minister L. K. Advani during a meeting in Srinagar on Saturday.

Advani acted saboteur: APHC
Srinagar, May 19
Blaming the Central Government for sabotaging several peace initiatives on Jammu and Kashmir, the Hurriyat Conference today preferred the “right to self-determination” to tripartite talks for a peace solution to the Kashmir issue.

One killed in Srinagar blast
Srinagar, May 19
One person was killed and 14 others injured in a powerful explosion triggered by militants near a crowded bus stand in the city afternoon, official sources said.




Samata to reconsider support
Takes exception to BJP role in Manipur

New Delhi, May 19

In a sudden development, the 12-member Samata Party late tonight said that it would hold an emergency meeting on Monday of its national executive committee to reconsider its participation in the NDA government at the Centre.

Case registered against lawyers
Near-total bandh in Sangrur
Sangrur, May 19
The police has registered a case against Mr Balraj Singh Sohi, president of the District Bar Association; Mr Joginder Singh Kherri, Mr Surjit Singh Kherri, Mr Daljit Singh Sekhon, Mr Satish Kansal, Mr Devinder Sharda, Mr Harkewal Singh Sajuma, all advocates, and others under Section 353, 332, 186, 188, 148 and 149 of the IPC.

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‘Monkey mukti’ yajna held
New Delhi, May 19
The Delhi police has appealed to the residents of the Capital not to patrol the affected areas of the Capital in the wake of yesterday’s beating up of a person in East Delhi as he was mistaken for the mysterious monkey-man.

Enron serves notice on MSEB
Mumbai, May 19
In an unexpected move, the Dabhol Power Company today served a preliminary termination notice to the Maharashtra State Electricity Board under the power purchase agreement, setting in motion a possible end to India’s first major fast track power project, two days before a final decision on such a PTN was awaited.


The parivar says this is our path to glory!
by Sandeep Joshi

Stokes faction suffers setback
Shimla, May 19
The Vidya Stokes faction of the Congress has suffered a setback with two senior leaders of the Himachal Vikas Party (HVP) denying they had joined the Congress.

Dhumal reshuffles portfolios
Shimla, May 19
To placate rebels in the ruling BJP, Himachal Chief Minister, Mr P. K. Dhumal, today reshuffled portfolios of his ministers and allocated more departments to Mr K.K. Kapoor, Mr Rajan Sushant and five of his own loyalist.

Refused salary, clerk kills daughters, self
Ferozepore, May 19
Irked over non-payment of salary, a senior clerk in the office of the Deputy Commissioner here committed suicide after killing his two daughters.

Dalits barred from temple
Patiala, May 19
In the land of the Gurus known for brotherhood among all sections of society, gross discrimination is being meted out to Dalits who are not being allowed to either pray at the sanctum sanctorum of a temple located 15 km from here or partake of ‘langar’.


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