Friday, June 15, 2001, Chandigarh, India
 Updated at 3 am (IST)

Dipendra was killer, says probe report
Tension in Kathmandu
Kathmandu, June 14
The two-member Commission probing the June 1 Narayanhiti palace tragedy in which Nepal lost its King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah, Queen Aishwarya Rajya Laxmi Devi and other members of the Royal family today confirmed controversial royal witness accounts holding King Dipendra responsible for all the killings.


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Over 200 activists of the "Save the Democracy and Human Rights Society" hold a silent demonstration on Thursday. Over 200 activists of the “Save the Democracy and Human Rights Society” hold a silent demonstration on Thursday demanding truth and justice in a commission report probing the June 1 massacre of the Nepalese royal family in Kathmandu.
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Bid to blow up Secretariat
30 hurt in Bandipora blast
Jammu, June 14
The police today foiled a plan of blowing up the Civil Secretariat in Srinagar by defusing two powerful IEDs which had been planted near the multi-storeyed complex.

India for positive dialogue with Pak
New Delhi, June 14
India today stressed that it had always sought “reconciliation” with Pakistan and was seeking a “positive dialogue” now.



Kewal’s arrest stayed
Giani Kewal SinghBathinda, June 14
Giani Kewal Singh, Jathedar, Takht Damdama Sahib, who has been booked in a criminal case along with his son and one other family kin under Sections 304-B and 34 in connection with the death of his daughter-in-law Sharanjit Kaur got a reprieve today when the District and Sessions Judge, Mr B.C. Rajput, stayed the operation of the order of the lower court issuing summons and non-bailable warrants against him and his relatives.

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BJP announces candidates
All sitting MLAs renominated
Chandigarh, June 14
The BJP today announced its candidates for the coming Assembly elections in Punjab. All sitting MLAs of the party have been renominated as candidates for the poll. They have been told to start preparations in their respective constituencies. The party has also told its five candidates who had lost the last Assembly elections to be ready to re-contest the poll.


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VP to appear before Ayodhya panel
Babri stir for votes: Advani

Varanasi, June 14
Former Prime Minister V.P. Singh today expressed his willingness to depose again before the Liberhan Commission to put on record his account of the events leading to the demolition of Babri Masjid at Ayodhya in 1992.

MLA beats up SP with chappals
Patna, June 14
The Superintendent of Police (SP) Gaya, Mr Raveendran Shankaran was faced with a nightmare coming alive on Wednesday whesn the RJD legislator of Barachhati, Mrs Bhagwatia Devi beat him with her chappals and reportedly abused him. The SP has admitted the veracity of the incident.

Terms for recognition to PSGPC
Jatha leaders submit report to Talwandi
Amritsar, June 14
The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee has refused to grant recognition to the Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (PSGPC) headed by Lt-Gen Javed Nasir (Retd), a former ISI Chief, unless it finalises its constitution approved by various Sikh institutions.


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