Monday, July 30, 2001, Chandigarh, India
 Updated at 3 am (IST)

Vajpayee to visit Pak
Denies pressure; 
announces 435 cr aid for Orissa

Bhubaneswar, July 29
Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee today said he was not under any pressure either from his own party or any other NDA constituent to call off his visit to Pakistan and asserted he was going ahead with the trip.


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Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee has an aerial survey of the flood-affected areas of Orissa on Sunday. Edit page: Dealing with a military ruler

Kashmir dispute: digging deep into 50 years of history

Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee has an aerial survey of the flood-affected areas of Orissa on Sunday. — PTI photo

Phoolan’s husband grilled
Pankaj hospitalised; 3 suspects still at large
New Delhi, July 29
Despite extensive raids in several cities of Uttaranchal and Uttar Pradesh during the past couple of days, the police has been unable to trace the other three suspects wanted in connection with the sensational slaying of Samajwadi Party MP and former bandit queen, Phoolan Devi.


BJP tough on NDA deserters
‘Re-entry no ticket to Cabinet’
New Delhi, July 29
BJP President K. Jana Krishnamurthi today asserted that entry into the NDA should not mean immediate berth in the Union Cabinet and suggested “a waiting period” for all those wanting to join the ruling alliance.

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MP Cong Gen Secretary shoots at another Secretary
Bhopal, July 29
General Secretary of the Madhya Pradesh Congress Inder Prajapat today shot at and wounded another party General Secretary Manak Agarwal suspecting him to be behind a newspaper report about his (Prajapat) second marriage, a senior police official said.

Electronic devices along LoC
New Delhi, July 29
The Centre has embarked on an ambitious and expensive plan to put in place a permanent, effective and scientific mechanism along the 740-km-long Line of Control (LoC) to thwart another Kargil-type offensive by Pakistan.

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New claimant to haveli treasure
DIG orders inquiry
Ludhiana, July 29
The recent discovery of a treasure from a haveli at Ghungrana village, 25 km from here, in which a labourer accused of stealing some of the unearthed jewellery was brutally tortured, had taken a curious turn with a Panchkula-based woman, a relative of former Punjab DGP K.P.S. Gill, staking claim to the precious ornaments.

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