Monday, June 10, 2002, Chandigarh, India
 Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Geelani arrested under POTA
Rs 10 lakh, $ 10,000 seized from house;
2 sons-in-law also held
Srinagar, June 9
In a pre-dawn swoop, police and Income Tax officials arrested senior Hurriyat Conference leader, Syed Ali Shah Geelani, and his son-in-law during raids at nine different premises of suspected persons today. In video (28k, 56k)

      Laptop seized from Geelani’s kin

        Pak condemns Geelani’s arrest
A file photo of Syed Ali Shah Geelani.
A file photo of Syed Ali Shah Geelani. 
— Reuters photo


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Congress, Left favour Narayanan
NDA defers announcement of Alexander’s name
New Delhi, June 9
A delegation of Opposition parties today had a 35-minute meeting with President K.R. Narayanan, requesting him to stand for the second term since the National Democratic Alliance’s likely nominee for the post of President, Mr P. C. Alexander, was ‘unacceptable’ to them even as the NDA today indefinitely postponed its meeting on the issue.

Pak welcomes peace signals
Islamabad, June 9
Pakistan today said reports that India was considering diplomatic and military gestures to reduce tension indicated that the current situation between the two countries was heading towards improvement.

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Four brothers kidnapped, killed
4 ultras killed in encounter
Jammu, June 9
Four brothers, Saifu, Abdul Gani, Gafoor and Abdul Rashid, were killed by the militants and their bodies were found by the police from Bernai forests in Mahore area of Udhampur district today.

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BKU ultimatum to govt
Threatens to stop power supply to Delhi
Gulkani (Jind), June 9
Unimpressed by the conciliatory moves being made by the Haryana Government, the Bharatiya Kisan Union today set a 48-hour deadline for the state government for meeting its demand and threatened that if the government failed to adhere to the deadline, it would snap supply of various goods from Haryana to Delhi, including power and water.

       Haryana page: BKU leaders defy law, dare police

SAD men boycott poll in Gidderbaha
Cong workers accused of booth-capturing 
Killianwali (Muktsar), June 9
Accusing Congress workers of indulging in large-scale booth-capturing in connivance with the police during the panchayat samiti and zila parishad elections in the district, SAD workers today boycotted the poll in Gidderbaha and Malout areas after leaving booths before noon while the voting was going on.

       SAD supporters cry foul over  missing names
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Govt for Gen Surjit as PPSC member
Chandigarh, June 9
The Punjab Government has forwarded the name of Lt-Gen Surjit Singh (retd), a former GoC-in-C of the Western Command, for appointment as a member of the Punjab Public Service Commission to the Governor, according to informed sources.

One killed in Gujarat violence
Ahmedabad, June 9
One person was killed and 22 were injured, six in police firing, as violence erupted after a brief lull with mobs hurling crude bombs and stones in the Juhapura and Guptanagar localities here today, police sources said.

Punjab nod to panel’s report
Sharing of taxes with panchayats, civic bodies
Chandigarh, June 9
The Punjab Council of Ministers (CoMs) at a meeting held here this evening gave a green signal to implement the recommendations of the second Punjab Finance Commission’s report pertaining to the sharing of taxes, assignment of taxes and duties and grant-in-aid to panchayats and municipal committees.


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