Monday, January 28, 2002, Chandigarh, India

 Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Ayodhya issue: ball in Law Minister’s court

Hand over temple site by March 12,
says VHP
New Delhi, January 27
In a significant decision which could have its implications in the coming Assembly elections in UP, the Vajpayee government today decided to examine the legal and constitutional aspects of handing over the undisputed plots of land around the disputed site, acquired by the Centre in 1993, in Ayodhya.

2 ISI agents in police net
Hyderabad, January 27
The police today arrested a Pakistani national on charges of spying for the ISI and passing on vital information relating to defence establishments in the country.


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Clues to US centre attack
Kolkata, January 27
Investigators have found some “positive clues” after questioning several eyewitnesses of Tuesday’s terrorist strike on the American Centre here even as the police said it would take some more time to achieve a breakthrough.

Atal Behari VajpayeeTerrorism sign of cowardice : PM
New Delhi, January 27
India today said it wanted friendship with all countries which was not possible as long as it was made a target of terrorism to which it would give a befitting reply.

Musharraf calls meeting of army commanders
Islamabad, January 27
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has convened a meeting of Corps Commanders on January 31 to possibly discuss India’s demand for extradition of 14 of its nationals figuring in the list of 20 criminals and terrorists forwarded by it.

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No killings in Kashmir
Srinagar, January 27
For the first time since the eruption of militancy nearly 12 years ago, no killings have taken place in the Kashmir valley during the past 48 hours.

Heavy snow disrupts life in HP
Snowfall in Kasauli after 5 years
Shimla, January 27
Normal life in the hill state was completely disrupted as heavy snow and rain continued to lash the region for the second day today.

The campus of the Indian Institute of Advance Studies in Shimla is covered with snow on Sunday. — Tribune photo Anil Dayal
The campus of the Indian Institute of Advance Studies in Shimla is covered with snow

Five killed in car accident
Patiala, January 27
Five youths, who were travelling in their car from Samana to Kasauli to consult an astrologer, met with an accident when the car collided head on with a truck at Banur late last night. 

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Dalai Lama hospitalised
Mumbai, January 27
Ailing Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama was today flown in here from Patna and admitted to the Leelawati Hospital for urgent medical treatment.

Supporters of Bibi, Khaira clash
Kapurthala, January 27
The Bholath police has registered a criminal case against eight supporters of Bibi Jagir Kaur, a former SGPC chief, under Section 427 (mischief), 336 (doing any act which endangers human life), 341 (wrongfully restraining any section), 148, 149 (unlawful assembly) and 188 of the IPC on the charge of attacking Congress candidate Sukhpal Singh Khaira at his election rally at Chotti Miani village in the Bholath constituency last evening.

Something for everyone in Cong manifesto

Chandigarh, January 27
Making the slogan, “freedom from corruption and freedom from bankruptcy,” its main election plank, the Congress today released its manifesto promising 27 per cent reservation in jobs for backward classes, continuation of free power for agricultural sector and other sops for various sections of society.

Accompanied by Mrs Sukhbans Kaur Bhinder, the Punjab Congress chief, Capt Amarinder Singh, releases the Congress manifesto
Accompanied by Mrs Sukhbans Kaur Bhinder, the Punjab Congress chief, Capt Amarinder Singh, releases the Congress manifesto in Chandigarh on Sunday. — A Tribune photograph.

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