Thursday, June 14, 2001, Chandigarh, India
 Updated at 3 am (IST)

APHC: political activity not suspended
Srinagar, June 13
The executive committee of the All-Party Hurriyat Conference met here today to chalk out its strategy in view of the Centre’s refusal to allow its leaders to meet the Pakistan Chief Executive, Gen Pervez Musharraf, during his forthcoming visit to India. 


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Policemen in plain clothes guard the residence of Hurriyat Chairman Abdul Gani Bhat where a crucial meeting of the executive members of the conglomerate began on Wednesday. Policemen in plain clothes guard the residence of Hurriyat Chairman Abdul Gani Bhat where a crucial meeting of the executive members of the conglomerate began on Wednesday to discuss the latest political situation in Kashmir valley and the proposed Indo-Pak summit in New Delhi. 
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India, Bangladesh finalise terms of reference
New Delhi, June 13
India and Bangladesh today finalised the terms of reference for two Joint Boundary Working Groups paving the way for the resolution of all pending issues on the over 4000-km common border, including the demarcation of 6.5 km of the undemarcated border and exchange of enclaves and adversely possessed territories.

17 Indians feared drowned
Bratislava, (Slovakia), June 13
The Slovak police suspended their search today for 17 Indians who are believed to have drowned in the Morava River while trying to cross into Czech Republic, an Interior Ministry spokesman said.



VP bowed under pressure
Advani deposes before Liberhan panel

L. K. AdvaniNew Delhi, June 13
Home Minister L.K. Advani today said the V.P. Singh government’s commitment to the policy of appeasement resulted in the withdrawal of a 1990 ordinance to acquire land around the disputed structure at Ayodhya, which was to be handed over for ‘kar seva’.

No trace of Devyani
Devyani RanaKathmandu, June 13
Mum is the word in Devyani Rana’s neighbourhood in Maharajgunj in central Kathmandu on the Commission’s request for her appearance for inquiry into the Narayan Hity palace bloodbath. 

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Chohan’s petition dismissed
Chandigarh, June 13
The London-based self-styled president of “Khalistan”, Dr Jagjit Singh Chohan’s petition seeking seven days’ notice in case he was required by the Indian police was today dismissed by Mr Justice Mehtab Singh Gill of the Punjab and Haryana High Court on technical grounds.


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BMW case: HC reduces Nanda’s surety amount
New Delhi, June 13
The Delhi High Court today reduced substantially the bond and surety amount of BMW case prime accused Sanjeev Nanda from Rs 45 crore for allowing him to go abroad and directed him to furnish a personal bond of Rs 5 crore and three sureties totalling Rs 14 crore.

Transformer thefts jolt PSEB
Patiala, June 13
Transformer thieves have become active in the state. A spate of robberies in the district in the past two months bear testimony to the fact. 

Kewal issue not in my purview: CM
Kotkapura, June 13
Giani Kewal Singh, Jathedar, Takht Damdama Sahib, seems to be getting marginalised in the religio-political scene of Sikhs after non-bailable warrants were issued against him and his son Barjinder Singh and another relative, Joginder Kaur by Mr Jatinder Singh Bheniwal, Judicial Magistrate, Talwandi Sabo, in the case relating to death of his daughter-in-law Sharanjit Kaur.


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