Monday, September 29, 2003, Chandigarh, India
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India beat Pak, lift Asia Cup
Kuala Lumpur, September 28
Ignace Tirkey played the game of his life as India thrashed bitter rivals Pakistan 4-2 in a nerve-wracking final to win their first ever Asia Cup title and a berth in the 2006 World Cup here today. With the teams locked 2-2 and the match appearing to be headed towards extra time with just one minute 27 seconds left on the clock, Ignace did a Houdini act to score off a solo dribble on receiving a pass from Baljeet Singh Saini.

 
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Peace process suffered setback, says PM
New Delhi, September 28
Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee tonight admitted that his peace initiative with Pakistan had suffered a setback owing to statements of Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf but felt a fresh impetus was needed to bring about amity between the two countries.

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New Delhi, September 28
Punjab Chief Minister, Capt Amarinder Singh, has accused the Badals of money laundering and having bank accounts in tax haven, Cook Islands, in South Pacific.

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INSAT-3E launched
Bangalore, September 28
India's advanced communication satellite INSAT-3E was successfully launched by an European rocket from the spaceport of Kourou in French Guyana early today, giving a boost to telecom and television services.
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Meeting on PGI Director case today
New Delhi, September 28
An emergency meeting of the Institute Body of the PGI, Chandigarh, is being convened here on Monday to discuss the controversy over the charges against its Director, Prof S.K. Sharma.

Pakistani legal luminaries cross
Wagah border
Wagah (Amritsar), September 28
A 22-member delegation of legal luminaries from Pakistan, led by Mr Arif Choudhary, Chairman of the Bar Council of Punjab (Lahore), today entered India through the Wagah joint checkpost to attend a two-day international legal conference being held at Chandigarh from tomorrow. Mr Arif Choudhary, leader of a 22-member Pakistani delegation of legal luminaries, crosses the Indo-Pak joint checkpost at Wagah
Mr Arif Choudhary, leader of a 22-member Pakistani delegation of legal luminaries, crosses the Indo-Pak joint checkpost at Wagah on Sunday. ó Photo by Rajiv Sharma
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