Monday, December 3, 2001, Chandigarh, India

 Updated at 3 am (IST)


PWG blasts Orissa minister’s house
Fresh bout of violence in Andhra
New Delhi, December 2
Intensifying their attacks, Naxalites of the People’s War Group blew up the house of a minister in Orissa even as they unleashed a fresh bout of violence in neighbouring Andhra Pradesh for the third successive day, killing a contractor and blasting the houses of a ruling TDP MLA.




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Navy commandos fire flares during a demonstration to mark Indian Navy Week in Mumbai on Sunday. The Indian Navy showcased its firepower to celebrate Navy Week which commemorates India’s decisive attack on the Karachi harbour during the Indo-Pakistan war in 1971. — Reuters

26 killed in Israel blasts
Sharon cuts short US visit
Haifa/Jerusalem, December 2
At least 16 persons were killed and dozens were wounded today in a suspected Palestinian suicide bombing on a bus in the northern city of Haifa, the Israeli police and medical officials said.

Delhi Cabinet likely today
Sheila denies offer to quit
New Delhi, December 2
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, who is in a spot following the resignation of six members of her ministry, tonight flatly denied reports of her offering to quit and said a decision on their resignation would be taken tomorrow.

I ordered Joginder’s killing: Kuldip
Claims Kadian is innocent
Panipat, December 2
“If Joginder Kaur did not agree to compromise and went to court to record her statement, then Sheelu was asked to kill her in the court itself”. This was admitted by Kuldip Kalwa, who is in judicial custody in Ambala jail in connection with a murder case, while talking to mediapersons on the city police station campus today.

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Seven of marriage party shot
Jammu, December 2
Seven members of a marriage party were gunned down this afternoon by unidentified militants at Trimbli, in Udhampur district.

UN draft on interim govt
Koenigswinter (Germany),  December 2
The United Nations-led talks on Afghanistan’s future took an important step forward today with four Afghan factions poring over a UN draft that details proposed terms for the Northern Alliance to transfer power in Kabul.

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US planes pound Kandahar
Opposition forces close in on airport
Chaman (Pakistan), December 2
Heavy fighting raged today between opposition forces and the Taliban, some 3 km from the airport outside the militia’s southern stronghold of Kandahar, sources said.

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Nepalese army kills 37 Maoists
Kathmandu, December 2
Firing rockets from helicopters, the Nepalese army today took the battle to the Maoists’ nerve-centre Rolpa killing 37 rebels and destroyed their training camps.

In video: Forces on alert as possibilities of Maoist extremists entering north Bengal through east Nepal looms large. (28k, 56k)

No retiral benefits through treasury
Chandigarh, December 2
The Punjab Finance Minister, Capt Kanwaljit Singh, today, ruled out grant of pensionary benefits to the staff of government-aided private colleges in Punjab through the government Treasury while admitting a delay on the part of the Higher Education Department in expediting a formal notification.

Tandon faces Akali leaders’ wrath
Discrimination in disbursal of grants alleged
Jalandhar, December 2
The Punjab Local Bodies Minister, Mr Balramji Dass Tandon, had to face the wrath of Akali leaders and residents who alleged favouritism in the disbursal of grants during his first sangat darshan programme at grain market here today.

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