Friday, June 7, 2002, Chandigarh, India
 Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Battered staffer returns home
India lodges protest with Pakistan
Wagah, June 6
The brutally injured Indian staffer, Mr Kulwant Singh, who was expelled by Islamabad returned to India today along with his terrified wife, Ms Kamla, and two sons after undergoing torture at the hands of ISI operatives during his five-hour captivity on June1.

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Kamla, wife of Indian staffer Kulwant Singh who was crippled during inhuman torture by Pakistan’s ISI, offers water to him after reaching India via the Wagah land route on Thursday. 
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Pak to avoid war, Musharraf tells Armitage
Islamabad, June 6
An envoy dispatched by US President George W. Bush today said Pakistan’s President assured him he wanted to do everything possible to avoid war with India.
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Armitage visit: PM confers with colleagues
New Delhi, June 6
Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee tonight held a crucial meeting with his senior Cabinet colleagues to firm up his government stand on the current situation, hours ahead of the visit of US Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage.

TDP authorises PM on Presidential candidate
New Delhi, June 6
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu’s special mission to the Capital today was to discuss the candidature of the country’s next President and feel the pulse of the top BJP leadership, sensing how they are disposed towards the elevation of Vice-President Krishan Kant as the First Citizen. 
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VSNL issue: volte-face by Mahajan
New Delhi, June 6
In an apparent volte-face of sorts, Communication Minister Pramod Mahajan today indicated his readiness to rescind from his earlier rigid stand on the VSNL’s decision to invest Rs 1,200 crore in the Tata Teleservices.

Salary of board, corpn staff cut
Chandigarh, June 6
Resentment prevails among employees in Punjab as the government has started enforcing the Council of Ministers’ decision to slash the salaries of employees working in state-owned boards, corporations and other PSUs.

14 BKU men freed on bail
Jind, June 6
Fourteen Bharatiya Kisan Union members, arrested in connection with a violent incident at Kandela village in December, were released on bail today. The BKU had demanded that they should be released from jail only by the withdrawal of the cases against them. To push its demand, the BKU yesterday withdrew its bail petition through its lawyer, Mr Surinder Singh Punia.

24 MLAs to join CM’s foreign jaunt
Chandigarh, June 6
INLD MLAs in Haryana are facing “interviews” these days. No, they are not seeking jobs. They are being interviewed by the consulate staff of various countries in Delhi for granting them visas. If all goes well, about two dozen INLD MLAs will fly out of the country in the second week of this month.

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