Saturday, May 11, 2002, Chandigarh, India
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Police overhaul in Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad, May 10
Under attack for its handling of the continuing violence in the city, the Gujarat Government today effected a major shake-up of the city police shunting out the Commissioner, Mr P.C. Pande, even as it appointed senior Muslim police official to assist Mr K.P.S. Gill, Security Adviser to the Chief Minister, Mr Narendra Modi.
Women members of a family burst into tears after a group of miscreants looted their house in Jamalpur area of Ahmedabad on Friday. — PTI photo


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Joshi elected LS Speaker
New Delhi, May 10
Shiv Sena leader Manohar Joshi, who was today unanimously elected Speaker of the Lok Sabha, appealed to MPs to help Parliament play the role of an “integrating institution” at this critical juncture when the country is facing state-sponsored terrorism from across the border.
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Lok Sabha Deputy Speaker P.M. Sayeed presents a bouquet to newly elected Lok Sabha Speaker Manohar Joshi at Parliament in New Delhi on Friday. — PTI photo

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Ahluwalia grilled for 5 hours
Photos culled from ex-VC’s computer
Patiala, May 10
L’ affaire Ahluwalia took a new turn today with the police reportedly culling nude photographs from the personal computer of ousted Vice-Chancellor Jasbir Singh Ahluwalia which were shown for identification to Saru Rana, who is a complainant in an attempt to rape case filed against him.

More Hizb chiefs expelled
Srinagar, May 10
Five days after the Hizbul Mujahideen expelled former commander Abdul Majid Dar, it has come out with the expulsion of two more divisional commanders operating in the Kashmir valley.

Two Lashkar ultras killed in Delhi
New Delhi, May 10
The interrogation of three terrorists arrested last night by the Delhi police following an encounter in which two of their associates were killed has revealed that they were planning to strike at VIP targets in the Capital.
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Kaifi Azmi is no more
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Mumbai, May 10
Kaifi Azmi, a renowned Urdu poet and recipient of the Sahitya Akademi Fellowship, died here this morning after a prolonged illness, Jaslok Hospital sources said. Kaifi is survived by wife Shaukat, actress daughter Shabana and a son.
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Death by suffocation confirmed
New Delhi, May 10
Ritu Singh, daughter of senior Congress leader Natwar Singh, who reportedly committed suicide by hanging herself in her bedroom last evening was cremated today at the Lodhi Road crematorium here.

2 children die of sunstroke
Chandigarh, May 10
The oppressive heat wave, sweeping through the north-west region for the past three days has claimed the lives of two children in Punjab. With day temperatures reigning 4°C to 7°C above normal at many a place and keeping in view scorching summer heat, timings of all government and private schools in Faridkot district have been changed from tomorrow.

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A boy cools himself under a broken water pipeline in Bhopal on Friday. The temperature has reached reached 46°C in the city. — Reuters

Security cover for Bhupjit, Munjal
Chandigarh, May 10
Realising their importance as key links as well as their vulnerability to threats which may even lead to physical harm, the Intelligence Wing of the Punjab police has decided to provide security cover to both Mr Bhupjit Singh, the main complainant, and his friend, Mr Chander Mohan Munjal, in the PPSC recruitment scam.

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