Tuesday, December 11, 2001, Chandigarh, India



National Capital Region--Delhi

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INDEX
Japan and India agree to work towards strengthening economic ties after Tokyo lifted sanctions on New Delhi.
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NATION


Gayatri Mahesh's eight-song album "Thahar jao" released in the Indian market. The album is based on the theme "Cherish your love, life is short."
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Five days after the closure of Tunnel 3 and 4 of the Tehri dam, water level reaches a high of 636 metres, submerging the low-lying areas of the region.
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THE TRIBUNE SPECIALS
50 YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE

TERCENTENARY CELEBRATIONS
 
Buddhist spiritual leader Dalai Lama presides over a meeting in New Delhi.
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President K. R. Narayanan inaugurates a function to observe Human Rights Day organised by the National Human Rights Commission.
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Despite the shoot-at-sight orders given by the state government to the forest officials, poachers have succeeded in killing two more elephants and extracting their tusks in the famous Rajaji National Park.
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BUSINESS


The Indian jewellery show, "Jewel 2001," showcasing the most exquisite creations, was inaugurated in Hyderabad recently.
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SPORTS


Indian skipper Saurav Ganguly confident of winning the second Test against England.
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