Wednesday, June 18, 2003, Chandigarh, India
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Advani debunks Pak claim on terrorism
 L K AdvaniLondon, June 17
The Deputy Prime Minister, Mr L K Advani, today contested the statement of Pakistan President, Gen Pervez Musharraf, that there was no cross-border infiltration and Pakistan was not supporting terrorist outfits. This contradiction came from Mr Advani at a press conference he addressed at the conclusion of his 12-day two-nation tour of the USA and the UK here today.
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VB raids Badalís Balasar farmhouse
A Vigilance Bureau staff extends a helping hand to another during search operationsBalasar (Sirsa), June 17
The VB officials who raided the Balasar farms of former Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal for the first time here today to search it on the direction of a Kharar-based court, returned empty-handed as it failed to find anything objectionable and incriminating.

A Vigilance Bureau staff extends a helping hand to another during search operations at the farmhouse of Mr Parkash Singh Badal at Balasar in Sirsa on Tuesday. ó Photo Kulbir Beera

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Another VB raid on Wimpyís office
Chandigarh, June 17
Punjab Vigilance Bureau officials conducted yet another raid on the offices of Wimpy International, New Delhi, in Kailash colony this morning.

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HK Dua takes over as Editor-in-Chief of Tribune group
H.K. DuaChandigarh, June 17
Mr H.K. Dua today took over as Editor-in-Chief of The Tribune group of newspapers. Mr Dua is a former Editor of the Hindustan Times, Editor-in-Chief of The Indian Express and Editorial Adviser to The Times of India. 

Kanchi seer sends new proposal
Bajrang Dal backs VHP stand

Lucknow, June 17
In a fresh bid to resolve the Ayodhya tangle, Kanchi Shankaracharya Jayendra Saraswati has sent new proposals to the All-India Muslim Personal Law Board.

Editorial: VHP again

Madhumita case in CBI hands
Lucknow, June 17
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Ms Mayawati, today handed over the Madhumita Shukla murder case to the CBI. 

Jatha reaches Panja Sahib
Panja Sahib (Hassan Abdal), June 17
This place of great reverence for the Sikhs derives its name from the hand (Panja) imprint on a boulder above a water spring. The place falls in Hassan Abdal, which is 48 km from Rawalpindi en route to Peshawar or Abbottabad.

Hail, rain in HP areas
Shimla, June 17

A brief spell of rain accompanied by hail lashed the capital here and its surrounding areas this afternoon. The Regional Horticultural Research Station at Mashobra near here recorded 3.6 mm of rainfall, weather officials said.


Insurance cover for Amarnath pilgrims
Pahalgam, June 17
The Jammu and Kashmir Government is introducing, for the first time, an insurance cover for Amarnath pilgrims besides offering a special tourist package to facilitate their extended stay in the valley on concessional rates.
In video: The Jammu and Kashmir government previews security measures for a safe pilgrimage to the Amarnath shrine. (28k, 56k)




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