Saturday, December 1, 2001, Chandigarh, India

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Bed-ridden Badal clears 2-cr projects
New Delhi, November 30
Parkash Singh Badal
Even though he is away from the campaign trail in Punjab, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has been making and renewing bonds of a different kind during his stay at Ganga Ram Hospital here. Union Home Minister L. K. Advani described Mr Badal as a “brother” while recording his remarks in the visitors’ book and it is after a long time that the Chief Minister is spending days together with his family.



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Virender SehwagCompensation promised

Kolkata, November 30
The crisis facing international cricket today blew over with batsman Virender Sehwag being dropped from the team for the first Test against England in return for the International Cricket Council agreeing to set up a commission to review the penalties awarded to six Indian players.

English players arrive
Chandigarh, November 30
Manager of the English cricket side, which arrived here this afternoon, Mr Phil Neal, said the team was preparing for the Test match against India. The controversy occurring between the International Cricket Council and the Board for Cricket Control in India (BCCI) was not under consideration of the team management at the moment.

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The visiting England cricket team led by Nasser Hussain (R) coming out of Chandigarh Airport soon after their arrival on Friday afternoon for the three-Test series against India. — Tribune photo Manoj Mahajan
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Koenigswinter (Germany),  November 30
Talks on Afghanistan’s future stalled at a crucial phase today, with the Northern Alliance refusing to present a list of names for interim bodies that would rule the country until a national council next spring, delegates and diplomats close to the talks said.

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Hyderabad, November 30
Naxalites of the People’s War Group (PWG) went on a rampage in Andhra Pradesh, blasting factories belonging to Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu’s relatives, Union Minister of State for Defence U.V. Krishnam Raju and the Tata coffee processing plant and set ablaze a TDP leader’s house late last night.

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International Press warned of curbs

Kathmandu, November 30
At least 81 Maoist rebels have been killed in an encounter with the security forces in western and southwestern Nepal, state-run daily Gorkhapatra reported.

POTO: govt ‘banking’ on Congress
New Delhi, November 30
Union Home Minister L.K. Advani, who had been strongly advocating passage of the Prevention of Terrorism Ordinance in its present form, today expressed the government’s preparedness to adopt suggestions from the Opposition parties on the proposed legislation.

Pak preparing to push Taliban into Jammu
Jammu, November 30
Pakistan may try to push in as many as 1,000 Taliban militia fighters who have fled Afghanistan through the Line of Control into the Jammu region within the next fortnight, a top military official has warned. Brig P.C. Das of 16 Corps said here this afternoon that large-scale preparations were on across the LoC to ensure the entry of 1,000 Taliban men into India in the first phase within the next fortnight.

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