Monday, May 27, 2002, Chandigarh, India
 Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Fulfil pledge, PM tells Pervez
Lays foundation stone for vital Rohtang tunnel
Manali, May 26
The Prime Minister, Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee, today asked Gen Pervez Musharraf to fulfil his commitment of ending cross-border terrorism as a step towards easing tension on the Indo-Pakistan border.
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Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee presses the button to unveil the foundation stone
Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee presses the button to unveil the foundation stone of the Rohtang Tunnel at Bahang near Manali on Sunday. Defence Minister George Fernandes and Himachal Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal look on; and (right) a view of the unveiled foundation stone of the tunnel. 
— Tribune photo Karam Singh

          George briefs PM
          Year-round road link to Ladakh soon

Pak test-fires another missile
Islamabad, May 26
Ignoring strong reaction from the international community led by the USA and Russia, Pakistan today went ahead with its missile programme, test-firing its second missile in as many days. In video (28k, 56k)

          Pak flaunting missiles: India
   Straw to visit India
   China sour as USA ‘manages’ Pak
   Editorial: Why Pak missile test now


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10 Pak soldiers killed
Jammu, May 26
Indian troops destroyed more than 15 Pak bunkers and killed 10 soldiers across the R.S. Pora, Hiranagar, Samba and Sunderbani areas of Rajouri after five civilians, including a woman and two children, were killed in Pak shelling in R.S. Pora sector today.

Nepali Cong expels Deuba for 3 years
Sher Bahadur DeubaKathmandu, May 26
The Nepali Congress Party today expelled Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba from the party for three years for dissolving the Parliament without consulting it.

             Editorial: Deuba is out

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Ankur Gupta

Self-paced and explorative, e-learning is here to stay
Rajiv Kapoor

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BKU frees hostages
Jind, May 26
Agitating Bharatiya Kisan Union activists last night set free seven persons, including two DSPs and three other policemen, detained by them at Kandela village, about 10 km away from Jind.

             Haryana page: Bad week for Haryana cops
   Chandigarh page: DSP Nagar, wife reach home

ShifaSP’s daughter returns home
Fatehabad, May 26
The three-day long ordeal for the Fatehabad SP, Mr Hanif Qureshi, and his family members finally came to an end when his four-year-old daughter Shifa came back home safe from the captivity of her abductors.

Squall claims seven lives
Chandigarh, May 26
A high velocity squall of 105 km per hour, accompanied by hailstorms claimed seven lives and left eight others injured in a trail of destruction in parts of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh, reports said today.

Govt plans action against cops
Stage-managed surrender of Zaffarwal
Amritsar, May 26
The state Home Department is planning to initiate action against senior police officers, involved in the state-managed surrender of a self-styled chief of Khalistan Commando Force, Wassan Singh Zaffarwal (a close relative of beleaguered former Akali minister Sucha Singh Langah).

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