Tuesday, September 4, 2001, Chandigarh, India
 Updated at 3 am (IST)

Lashkar raids Doda Police Lines, SI killed
Red alert in Jammu region
Jammu, September 3
At least ten foreign militants were killed in separate militancy-related incidents in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir overnight even as red alert has been sounded in the entire Jammu region, official sources said today.


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Securitymen inspect a bus that was damaged in an explosion killing one person and injuring nine others at the general bus stand, Batmaloo in Srinagar, on Monday. Securitymen inspect a bus that was damaged in an explosion, killing one person and injuring nine others, at the general bus stand in Batmaloo,  Srinagar, on Monday.
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Jagmohan placated, to assume charge today
New Delhi, September 3
Top BJP leadership today seemed to have placated a peeved Tourism and Programme Implementation Minister Jagmohan, bringing him around to continue in the Union Cabinet.




PAC backs Badal on unity offer
Chandigarh, September 3
The Political Affairs Committee, the apex policy-framing body of the Shiromani Akali Dal, today endorsed the unconditional unity offer extended by the party chief, Mr Parkash Singh Badal, to a former SGPC chief, Mr Gurcharan Singh Tohra, and leaders of the other splinter Akali groups active under the banner of the Panthic Morcha.

Farmers submit memo to PM
New Delhi, September 3
Punjab farmers today expressed their opposition to the Centre’s move to decentralise the foodgrain procurement by involving state governments.

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Irate mob burns nine buses
Violence at Poonia’s ‘rasam pagri’
Hisar, September 3
An angry mob, seeking a CBI probe into the murder of former legislator Relu Ram Poonia and his seven family members, burnt nine buses and a government Jeep at Litani village, near here, this evening.

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High Court refuses bail to Manu Sharma
New Delhi, September 3
The Delhi High Court today rejected the bail application of Siddharth Vashisht, alias Manu Sharma, the prime accused in the Jessica Lal murder case.

Petition on Sehajdharis admitted
Chandigarh, September 3
Admitting a petition seeking directions to the state of Punjab and other respondents against enrolling Sehajdhari Sikhs as voters for the purpose of electing members to the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, a Division Bench of the Punjab and Haryana High Court today issued notice for September 19.

Brig Yadav heads Military Affairs
New Delhi, September 3
Close on the heels of the controversial appointment of a prominent NRI as Adviser in the Indian Embassy in Washington, the External Affairs Ministry has brought in a serving Army officer and a senior scientist to augment its division dealing with Disarmament and International Security Affairs.

No wedding bells here for 3 years
Proximity of villages to border the prime reason
Samba, September 3
Wedding bells have not rung in Regaal village of this sector for the past three years. Scores of men and women are nearing 30, yet nobody from the adjoining villages comes forward to accept an offer of marriage from residents of this village.


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