Sunday, March 10, 2002, Chandigarh, India
 Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Advani spells out terms for talks
with Pak

Mr L. K. Advani
New Delhi, March 9
The Union Home Minister, Mr Lal Krishna Advani, today laid down a five-point charter of demands for holding talks with Pakistan. “We are ready to talk with Islamabad if they fulfil these five demands. We are ready to discuss even the Jammu and Kashmir issue, if they meet these demands,” Mr Advani said at a rally here.
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No relaxation in security
Army asked to stand by in Ayodhya
Ayodhya, March 9
The assurance given by Minister of State for Home Affairs I.D. Swami here yesterday about relaxation in security arrangements fell flat with no let up in security arrangements coming about here today.

Govt to abide by SC order on puja: PM
Atal Behari VajpayeeNew Delhi, March 9
In a significant statement, Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee said today that the government would do as per the directions of the Supreme Court on VHP’s programme to carry out “bhoomi poojan” in Ayodhya.

Muslim board to discuss temple ‘fully’ (Nation page)

Jagadguru Shankaracharya Adhokshajanand Dev Teerath addresses a joint meeting of religious groups while sitting beside Syed Ghulam Kibbiya Chisti, President of Anjuman Dargah Ajmer Committee, at the Ghalib Academy in New Delhi on Saturday. — Reuters photo


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UP asks for troops
No cut in deployment on border: George
New Delhi, March 9
Visualising a possible law and order situation on March 15, the day of “symbolic puja” in Ayodhya the Uttar Pradesh Government has been sending desperate messages to the Centre for deployment of Army in the area.
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My govt is being defamed, says Modi
Ahmedabad, March 9
Facing an outcry from the Opposition for his removal over the way communal riots were handled in Gujarat, Chief Minister Narendra Modi does not show any signs of strain.

Cong links BJP man with Godhra accused
Ahmedabad, March 9
The Congress on Thursday sought to turn the tables on the BJP by alleging that Mohammad Hussain Kalota, the main accused in the Godhra massacre, was an associate of BJP leader Pratapsinh Solanki who is vice-president of the Godhra Nagar Palika.

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Quit or face action, CM tells VC
Patiala, March 9
Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh today said the government would be forced to take action against Punjabi University Vice-Chancellor Dr Jasbir Singh Ahluwalia in case he did not resign.

Kerala staff call off stir
Thiruvananthapuram, March 9
The 32-day-old strike by over five lakh Kerala Government employees and teachers was called off today. The decision to call off the strike was separately announced by the employees unions owing allegiance to the Congress and the CPM led LDF following talks with the Congress-led UDF Government which made face saving concessions to them.
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Setback to Panthic unity move
Amritsar, March 9
Another bid to forge Panthic unity today suffered a setback as two members out of five, mentioned by the World Sikh Conference today said they were not taken into confidence on the matter. 


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