Tuesday, June 19, 2001, Chandigarh, India
 Updated at 3 am (IST)

13 protesters die as Imphal burns
*Curfew imposed *Assembly torched *Speaker manhandled
Imphal, June 18
At least 13 persons were killed in police firing on tens of thousands of protesters on a rampage of arson and violence against the extension of ceasefire to the Naga-dominated areas of Manipur.


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Smuggling humans a Rs 1,000-cr business

Punjabi youth fall easy prey
Chandigarh, June 18
Smuggling human beings is a multi-million rupee business in Punjab where hundreds of youth, unable to face poverty and unemployment and lured by the promise of a comfortable lifestyle in developed countries, have been the willing victims.

Summit agenda flexible: Pak
New Delhi, June 18
As senior officials of India and Pakistan are giving final touches to the Chief Executive, Gen Pervez Musharraf’s visit here in July, India’s High Commissioner to Islamabad Vijay Nambiar met Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister Brajesh Mishra and other officials to brief them on various aspects of bilateral ties.



Tourists enjoy a pony ride at Sonmarg in Kashmir. J&K page: Sonmarg attracting fewer tourists
Sonmarg, June 18
Even as efforts are on to revive tourism in the valley, vendors who shift their shops to this tourist spot are resentful of official apathy.

Tourists enjoy a pony ride at Sonmarg in Kashmir. 
— Photo Amin War

Laden plot: USA seeks details
New Delhi, June 18
The USA has sought more details about international terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden’s conspiracy to bomb its Embassy in New Delhi, highly placed sources said today.

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Enteritis claims two lives
Six labourers hospitalised
Bathinda, June 18
Gastroenteritis, which struck at the brick-kiln, 17 km from here, has claimed two lives while six migrant labourers, who had been suffering from vomiting and diarrhoea, have been admitted to the local civil hospital.

CAT quashes order on 'retirement'
Shimla, June 18
In a landmark judgement, the Central Administrative Tribunal has quashed the compulsory retirement of a senior IAS officer, Mr K. Lal, by the Himachal Pradesh Government.

Witness identifies two killers 
Gulshan Kumar trial

Mumbai, June 18
Nearly four years after audio king Gulshan Kumar was gunned down, his murder trial commenced today amidst tight security in a sessions court here with an eyewitness identifying two persons as having allegedly committed the crime.

Family wiped out over adultery
Bathinda, June 18
The alleged illicit relations of his wife with the husband of her sister forced a resident of the city to allegedly murder his wife and his two kids late last night. Raj Kumar Sharma (40), who was working as a medical representative, allegedly strangled his wife Vandana (35) late last night after beating her and giving her poison. He also killed his two kids, Deepali (7) and Garish (5). Police sources said the deceased had a quarrel last night with his wife over some matter.


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