Saturday, September 28, 2002, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Temple attackers were Pakistanis
Probe makes headway as two held in Gujarat

Gandhinagar, September 27
In a breakthrough, the Gujarat police today detained two persons in connection with the September 24 terrorist attack at Akshardham here and also traced the white Ambassador taxi that had taken them to the shrine.

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Ravi Kant surrenders in Ambala court
Remanded in judicial custody till October 5
Ambala, September 27
The suspended Haryana Inspector-General of Police (Prisons), Mr Ravi Kant Sharma, who is the prime accused in the Shivani Bhatnagar murder case, surrendered before the Chief Judicial Magistrate, Ambala, Ms Sarita Gupta, this evening.

Suspended Inspector-General Ravi Kant Sharma, wanted by the Delhi police, surrenders in an Ambala court on Friday. ó Photo Neeraj Chopra

Suspended Inspector-General Ravi Kant Sharma, wanted by the Delhi police, surrenders in an Ambala court on Friday

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Itís a frame-up, he claims
Ambala, September 27
The suspended Haryana IG, Ravi Kant Sharma, who surrendered before the Chief Judicial Magistrate, Ambala, today, has been kept in a special cell in Block No 2 of the Central Jail here. According to informed sources, Sharma has been kept in a separate room as per the directions of the court.

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3 aides of Abu Salem arrested
New Delhi, September 27
The Delhi police special cell has arrested three associates of underworld don Abu Salem in South Delhi.

Three alleged accomplices of underworld don Abu Salem, who were arrested in South Delhi on Thursday, are escorted to the courts on Friday.
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39 judicial officers removed
Chandigarh, September 27
The Punjab Government today removed 39 PCS (Judicial) officers from service in compliance with the order of the Punjab and Haryana High Court.


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If you want to become a farmer, then you must remember P is for politician, P for power, P for paddy, P for postponement and P for poor farmer...!

by Sandeep Joshi

Bonus for farmers in offing
New Delhi, September 27
The Centre is likely to announce relief for farmers in the form of bonus, waiver of interest for a year on loans and availability of foodgrains at below poverty line (BPL) prices. Sources said the Commission on Agricultural Cost and Prices (CACP) has suggested a bonus of Rs 20 per quintal over the MSP for paddy in view of the drought conditions.

MSP: Cong, SAD in tight spot
New Delhi, September 27
There is widespread consternation in both the Congress-ruled Punjab and the Opposition SAD with the Vajpayee government retaining the minimum support price (MSP) of paddy at Rs 530 per quintal.

No representation from Punjab, Badal told
New Delhi, September 27
Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee today assured SAD chief and former Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal that the Centre would compensate the farmers either in the form of bonus or in some way.

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Organ sale an old trade in Amritsar
Amritsar, September 27
Much before the enactment of the Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994, which bans the sale of vital human organs, the trade was very much prevalent in this city with the connivance of the doctors concerned.

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