Tuesday, January 22, 2002, Chandigarh, India

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Send list, we will act fast, Pak told
New Delhi, January 21
External Affairs Minister Jaswant SinghIn an obvious attempt to take wind out of the sails of Pakistan, External Affairs Minister Jaswant Singh today asked Pakistan to send the so-called “list” of Pakistani criminals in India as immediately as possible, even by fax, and promised quick action on it.
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8 kids among 11 shot dead in Poonch
Jammu, January 21
Eleven civilians, including eight children and a woman, were killed when militants entered Moda Kund village in the Mendhar area of Poonch late last night and opened indiscriminate fire on members of two families. While eight died on the spot, three succumbed to their injuries. Three others are still in a critical condition in hospital.

Nation united behind jawans, says Vajpayee
Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee at Gurdwara Rakabganj New Delhi, January 21
In the wake of tension prevailing along the Indo-Pak border, the nation stands unitedly behind its armed forces guarding the borders, Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee said today.
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Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee at Gurdwara Rakabganj in New Delhi on Monday. — PTI photo

Orders came from PMO
Gen Vij moved after Powell took up issue
New Delhi, January 21
Even as there were hushed protests in the Army over the sudden movement of Lt-Gen Kapil Vij as the commander of 2 Corps, a strike force, which is deployed along the International Border in the Rajasthan sector, reports said the “strong decision” was taken by the Prime Minister’s Office after the American Secretary of State Collin Powell took up the issue with the government.

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India, Pak should share facts on terrorism: Taylor
New Delhi, January 21
Describing Pakistan’s action against terrorist and fundamentalist outfits as “courageous”, a top American counter-terrorism expert today said the USA would strive to encourage India and Pakistan to share “sufficient” information which could also enable Pakistan take follow-up action against these forces.
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Pak’s claim on wheat rubbish: India
New Delhi, January 21
India has rubbished Pakistan’s move to block the transit of Indian wheat to Afghanistan from its territory on the grounds that the foodgrain was infested with fungus and diseases.

Halt appointments, UP told
Supreme Court decision to hit OBCs
New Delhi, January 21
In a blow to the Rajnath Singh government in Uttar Pradesh ahead of the assembly elections, the Supreme Court today stayed any further appointment of SC, ST and OBC candidates in the state services.

BSP releases list of candidates
Jalandhar, January 21
The Bahujan Samaj Party today released a list of 80 candidates for the forthcoming Assembly elections in the Punjab. Twelve women, five Jat Sikhs and a defected SAD(B) MLA from Banga found a place in the list. Releasing the list at a press conference here today, the President of the BSP, Mr Kanshi Ram, said that it was decided to contest 80 seats and leave 37 seats for Panthic Morcha.


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