Monday, July 9, 2001, Chandigarh, India
 Updated at 3 am (IST)

PM to brief all-party meeting today
Outline strategy for summit: Cong
New Delhi, July 8
Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee will take leaders of different political parties into confidence over the Indo-Pak summit at Agra this week when he interacts with them at the all-party meeting tomorrow.


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Invitations sent to Hurriyat leaders
Islamabad, July 8
Under pressure from former foreign ministers, retired generals and intellectuals, Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has said the focus of his talks with Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee will remain on Kashmir and he will strive to get a commitment from India that it is a disputed territory.

2 stabbed, 120 cops hurt in UK riots
London, July 8
Two persons were stabbed and 120 police officers injured last night when an anti-racist rally in Bradford predominantly inhabited by people of Pakistan origin exploded into “the worst violence the city has seen”. 




Rioters gather in front of the police near a burning vehicle in Bradford, 320 km north of London, on Saturday. Rioters gather in front of the police near a burning vehicle in Bradford, 320 km north of London, on Saturday. At least two men were stabbed and 18 were arrested on Saturday, as some 200 policemen faced thousands of Asian youths who threw petrol bombs, bricks and bottles in clashes prompted by the white supremacist National Front’s plans to hold a rally in the town. 
— Reuters photo

Naga truce to be reviewed
Swami submits report on Manipur

New Delhi, July 8
The government tonight decided to review the ceasefire agreement with NSCN(I-M) including its extension to areas beyond Nagaland.

Captain killed in ambush
Srinagar, July 8
An Army Captain and five militants were among nine persons killed in Jammu and Kashmir where six persons were injured in separate incidents since last night, an official spokesman said today.

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Pandits write to UN Secy-Gen
Want to be involved in talks
Jammu, July 8
The joint working council of two premier organisations of displaced Pandits, Panun Kashmir and Panun Kashmir Movement, has in a memorandum to the UN Secretary-General said that the issue of resettlement of Pandits be recognised as a legitimate geopolitical concern in respect of the Kashmir tangle that should engage the attention of the ensuing Indo-Pakistan summit.

Pak Hindus in India seek citizenship
New Delhi, July 8
Indian citizenship for them still appears to be miles away. Though they have crossed international border to be in India, they still continue remain Pakistani nationals. 

Boosting Panchayati Raj Punjab way!
Backward Class panch not administered oath
Jalandhar, July 8
Despite tall claims by the SAD-BJP government to strengthen the Panchayati Raj system up to the grassroots level by the delegation of powers to the elected members, a duly-elected panch belonging to backward classes category of Kohar Kalan village in Shahkot subdivision is running from pillar to post to take oath of office for the past three years.


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