Saturday, July 28, 2001, Chandigarh, India
 Updated at 3 am (IST)

Report opposes PM-level talks
Make Pak bleed: Cabinet Sectt
New Delhi, July 27
A top-secret Cabinet Secretariat report is against holding talks with Pakistan at the highest level and stressed the need for India increasing its bargaining position with Islamabad for improving relations with that country.


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PM gets invitation from Musharraf
New Delhi, July 27
A formal invitation to Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee by Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf to visit his country is understood to have been delivered today.

Pankaj arrested for Phoolan’s murder
PankajNew Delhi, July 27
The police today claimed to have achieved a major breakthrough in the sensational slaying of former bandit queen and Samajwadi Party MP, Mrs Phoolan Devi, with the surrender of Pankaj in Dehra Dun today and the subsequent identification of the other two suspects.



Ex-Air Vice-Marshal, 7 others held
Documents regarding defence purchases seized
New Delhi, July 27
The CBI has arrested eight persons, including a former Air Vice-Marshal for allegedly ferreting out secret information from Air Headquarters here relating to defence purchases.

Centre bows to pressure
Ceasefire restricted only to Nagaland
New Delhi, July 27
Bowing to the pressure of Manipur and other North-Eastern states, the Centre tonight decided to restrict the ceasefire with the Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland (I-M) to Nagaland and not extend it to other North-Eastern states.

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Court for white paper on UTI scam
Mumbai, July 27
Rejecting the second bail plea of former UTI chief P.S. Subramanyam and three others in the multi-crore UTI scam, a special court today directed the CBI to come out with a ‘white paper’ to ensure that all aspects and ramifications of the alleged fraudulent investment by the accused in the Lucknow-based Cyberspace Limited, were covered.

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Life term for Punjab ex-Jail Minister
Faridkot, July 27
Mr A.N. Jindal, Sessions Judge,today sentenced former Jail Minister of Punjab Upinder Singh to life imprisonment in a case relating to the murder of BJP leader Raj Kumar Garg in 1992.

BJP chief resents PMK’s return
Wants norms for admission into NDA
New Delhi, July 27
The BJP president, Mr K. Janakrishnamurthi, today took strong exception to NDA partners walking in and out of the alliance at their sweet will and asked for formulation of certain norms for entry or re-entry into the ruling combine.

CISF to handle airport security
Thrust on anti-hijack steps at Rajasansi
Rajasansi (Amritsar), July 27
Laying the foundation stone for upgradation and expansion of the Amritsar International Airport here today, Minister of Civil Aviation and Tourism Sharad Yadav said apart from deployment of the Central Industrial Security Force, the government would take all anti-hijacking measures.
Minister of Civil Aviation Sharad Yadav at the stone-laying ceremony for the upgradation of the Rajasansi airport in Amritsar on Friday.
Minister of Civil Aviation Sharad Yadav at the stone-laying ceremony for the upgradation of the Rajasansi airport in Amritsar on Friday. 
— Photo Rajiv Sharma 


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