Sunday, August 5, 2001, Chandigarh, India
 Updated at 3 am (IST)

Ultras massacre 17 in Doda
Curfew in Kishtwar * Farooq orders probe
Jammu, August 4
At least 17 members of a community were killed and four wounded when a group of militants opened indiscriminate fire on villagers in Ludar hamlet of Paddar area of Kishtwar in Doda district late last evening.


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An Army officer displays rocket launchers, discovered during a search operation, in a camp in Ziran village in the area of Tangmarg, 39 km west of Srinagar, on Saturday.

APHC decries carnage

CCS may meet on Aug 7

An Army officer displays rocket launchers, discovered during a search operation, in a camp in Ziran village in the area of Tangmarg, 39 km west of Srinagar, on Saturday. — Reuters photo

CFSL confirms weapons
Phoolan’s murder
New Delhi, August 4
The two country-made guns recovered from the garage of the Ashoka Road residence of Samajwadi Party MP Phoolan Devi were the ones used in her slaying, the report of experts from the Central Forensic Science Laboratory has concluded.



SAD rakes up Anandpur resolution
Baba Bakala (Amritsar), August 4
The ruling Shiromani Akali Dal today raked up the issues of the Anandpur Sahib resolution, Delhi riots and Operation Bluestar with an eye on the forthcoming elections at its conference here on the occasion of “Rakhar Punnia”.

Fodder scam: HC questions delay in sanction
Ranchi, August 4
A monitoring bench of the Jharkhand High Court has directed the Union Finance Secretary, Personnel Secretary, Lok Sabha Secretary General and Chief Secretaries of Jharkhand and Bihar to file affidavits explaining the reasons for the delay in granting sanction against the accused in the multi-crore fodder scam.

Charges to be framed against Romesh Sharma
New Delhi, August 4
A Delhi court today ordered framing of charges against former Congress leader Romesh Sharma, an alleged front man of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, in a Foreign Exchange Regulation Act violation case.

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Bhullar complains of chest pain
Patiala, August 4
Additional Director General of Police Daljit Singh Bhullar, who was sentenced to life imprisonment yesterday on the charges of murdering a non-resident Indian business partner and two others and had been admitted in the intensive-coronary care unit of Government Rajindra Hospital, still complained of chest pain.

Worker thrown into furnace, dies
Irate villagers block traffic
Rewari, August 4
Following detection of alleged bungling, Rakesh Kumar (32), accountant of the local Gulzar Metals (manufacturer of copper utensils), was mercilessly beaten up and thrown into a burning furnace in the factory premises last evening.

All set for third Shatabdi
Chandigarh, August 4
Northern Railway is all set to introduce the third Shatabdi Express on the Chandigarh-New Delhi-Chandigarh sector. According to sources, a formal announcement about the introduction of a mid-day service from Delhi to Chandigarh and an evening service to New Delhi from here is expected any day.


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