Saturday, August 4, 2001, Chandigarh, India
 Updated at 3 am (IST)

UTI crisis resolved
JPC on stock scam also to probe muddle
New Delhi, August 3
Lok Sabha Speaker G.M.C. Balayogi today announced that the Joint Parliamentary Committee inquiring into the stock market scam, headed by BJP member Prakash Mani Tripathi, would also probe the UTI muddle.


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ADGP D.S. BhullarLife term for Bhullar
Patiala, August 3
Punjab Additional Director General of Police Daljit Singh Bhullar and three others, including an Assistant Sub Inspector, were today awarded life imprisonment in the triple murder case of non-resident Indian and a business partner of the Bhullar family, Dr Paramjit Singh Sahota, and two others in September 1996 by a local court.

2 killed, 9 hurt in police firing
Attack on yatra foiled, 2 ultras killed
Srinagar, August 3
At least two processionists were killed and nine others injured when the security forces opened fire to disperse them at Magam in Badgam district this afternoon.




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A woman looks at Rakhi threads in Kolkata on Friday. Raksha Bandhan will be celebrated on Saturday. A woman looks at Rakhi threads in Kolkata on Friday. Raksha Bandhan will be celebrated on Saturday. — Reuters

HC notices to Centre, TN
IPS officers’ transfers
Chennai, August 3
The Madras High Court today ordered issuance of notices, returnable by four weeks, to the Union and Tamil Nadu Government, on a petition seeking a direction not to take any action, including transfer, against the police officials involved in the alleged manhandling of former Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi during his arrest in the Rs 12 crore flyover scam case.

2 more held in Phoolan case

New Delhi, August 3
The police was today trying to ascertain the identity of the mystery man who was masquerading as Ravinder and had supposedly assisted the prime suspect, Pankaj, alias Sher Singh Rana, in the gunning down of Mrs Phoolan Devi, even as two more persons were arrested today and remanded in day’s police custody.
Munni Devi and her mother leave after addressing a Press conference in New Delhi on Friday.
Munni Devi and her mother leave after addressing a Press conference in New Delhi on Friday. — PTI photo
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by Satish K. Kapoor

The paradoxes of Europe
by Reeta Sharma

Is weaving a dying art?
by Zoya Das

A case for moderate drinking
by Khushwant Singh


This VRS scheme will certainly reduce the burden of the government!

by Sandeep Joshi

VC alleges threat to life
Patiala, August 3
Punjabi University Vice-Chancellor Dr Jasbir Singh Ahluwalia today claimed that he faced a threat to his life from the Punjabi University Teachers Association leadership and requested the state government to provide him adequate security.

Water to cost more in Haryana
Chandigarh, August 3
With the introduction of a grading system in water tariff charges, water will cost more in Haryana. The hiked charges of the Haryana Urban Development Authority, varying between 25 to 300 per cent, are awaiting government notification.

Saga of unending persecution
Kaalian, August 3
Persecution — whether at the hands of Pakistani mullahs or the Indian bureaucracy — is unending for Pakistani Hindus currently residing in Rajasthan. Despite well documented facts and repeated pleas to successive governments in power, they have been denied Indian citizenship for the past 25-30 years.


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