Sunday, June 2, 2002, Chandigarh, India
 Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

13 Pak troops killed
Bid to blow up Srinagar-Leh highway
Jammu, June 1
Amidst intense Pakistani artillery shelling aimed at cutting the vital Srinagar-Leh highway, Indian troops in a retaliatory fire today killed 13 enemy soldiers in Dras and R. S. Pora sectors in Jammu and Kashmir.

Grenade blasts kill 4, injure 34
Srinagar, June 1
Two children were among four persons killed and 34 injured, including three security personnel, in two grenade attacks by militants in the Kashmir valley since last night, official sources said here today.


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Thank you, My Lords!
Hari Jaisingh
N the front-page editorial "No, My Lord!" (May 5, 2002), we raised three fundamental points: the people's right to information; freedom of the Press to disseminate information; and the need for transparency in the conduct of investigations in the multi-crore Punjab Public Service Commission recruitment scam.

Germany’s Miroslav Klose outjumps Saudi Arabia’s Abdullah Sulaiman Zubromawi to score his second goal during their group E match at the World Cup Finals Sports page
Germany outplay Saudi Arabia 8-0

Sapporo (Japan), June 1
Three-time winners Germany defied their critics by crushing Saudi Arabia 8-0 in their opening group E World Cup match at the revolutionary Sapporo Dome today. Kaiserslautern striker Miroslav Klose helped himself to a hat-trick, all from headers, as the Saudis were totally overwhelmed.

Spirit of ’96: Ziege
Germany’s Miroslav Klose outjumps Saudi Arabia’s Abdullah Sulaiman Zubromawi to score his second goal during their group E match at the World Cup Finals in Sapporo on Saturday. — Reuters

National Capital Region--Delhi

50 years of Independence

Tercentenary celebrations

Tehelka expose

Maharaja Ranjit Singh: special features & photos

High Commission staffer in Pak tortured, freed
Islamabad, June 1
An Indian High Commission staffer here was today abducted suspectedly by ISI operatives and released after four-and-a-half hours of torture and interrogation during which he sustained serious injuries, officials said.
In video (28k, 56k)

SOS for Israeli missile detectors
New Delhi, June 1
With Pakistan raising the rhetoric on the use of nuclear weapons, India has asked Israel, its new found ally in the field of defence, to speed up the supply of Aerostat Balloons which would help detect incoming missiles up to 500 km.

   50 US Embassy families leave   In video (28k, 56k)

Hansie Cronje dies in plane crash
 Hansie Cronje
Johannesburg, June 1
Former South African cricket captain Hansie Cronje was killed in a plane crash in the country’s Western Cape province today, the country’s Sports Ministry said.

In Her World today

If it feels right, why should it be wrong?

In Spectrum today

The depth of opulence
by Santosh Jha

The Raj who ruled viewers’ hearts
M. L. Dhawan

Pause. Stop. Reflect

I.M. Soni



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BKU rejects brokered pact
Jind, June 1
The BKU, which is spearheading the ongoing agitation in Haryana, has said that any agreement brokered between the four-member committee headed by Haryana Finance Minister Sampat Singh and the farmers’ representatives, Prem Singh Dahiya and Prithvi Singh Bedhadak, would not be acceptable to it.

Presidential poll: BJP blames Cong
New Delhi, June 1
The BJP yesterday took strong exception to the Congress’s move of approaching President K. R. Narayanan on the issue of the forthcoming presidential election and then stating that he has an ‘open mind’ for a second term.

New petrol, diesel prices on Monday
New Delhi, June 1
The Centre would announce on Monday the decision on the revision of prices of petrol and diesel, Petroleum Minister Ram Naik said today. 

Kashmiris want peace via war
Jammu, June 1
A majority of people in Jammu and Kashmir are for “peace via war” in case Islamabad refuses to stop aiding and encouraging cross-border terrorism.

On Ravi Sidhu trail 


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