Saturday, October 11, 2003, Chandigarh, India
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300 Shiv Sainiks held in Ayodhya

Faizabad, October 10

Prohibitory orders under Section 144 have been imposed in the district, including Ayodhya, till October 31 ahead of the Vishwa Hindu Parishadís proposed Ayodhya march, even as state president of the Shiv Sena Vijay Tiwari and 300 others were arrested today for causing ďbreach of peaceĒ.
The Shiv Sainiks were arrested in Ayodhya for shouting slogans demanding permission to hold a meeting in Ram Katha park tomorrow.

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US court gives Sodhiís killer death
New York, October 10
A 44-year-old American convicted of killing a Sikh from Punjab four days after the September 11 terror strikes was today sentenced by a court in Arizona where execution is carried out by lethal injection.

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Harbhajan Singh celebrates the dismissal of New Zealand batsman Nathan Astle Sports page: Indians maintain stranglehold
Ahmedabad, October 10
India maintained their stranglehold despite a creditable century by Nathan Astle which helped New Zealand claw back and needing 18 runs to avoid the follow-on in the first cricket Test here today.



Harbhajan Singh celebrates the dismissal of New Zealand batsman Nathan Astle, who scored a gritty 103, during the third day of the first cricket Test between Indian and New Zealand in Ahmedabad on Friday. ó AFP photo

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New Delhi, October 10
Airborne surveillance capabilities of the country are set to take a giant leap ahead with India today signing a trilateral agreement with Russia and Israel over the purchase of Phalcon Airborne Early Warning Command and Control systems.

UK firm out to sell Hawk simulators to India
New Delhi, October 10
After concluding a deal for the sale of 66 Hawk Advance Jet Trainers to India, the British Aerospace Systems is now out to sell the Hawk simulators to the Indian Air Force to train its pilots.

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Ministries differ over norms for soft drinks
New Delhi, October 10

Differences over what constitutes the standards for soft drinks surfaced among the Union Ministries deposing before the JPC today, pushing into background the controversial issue of the presence of pesticides in soft drinks manufactured by multinational companies.

Rail services disrupted
Ambala, October 10
The New Delhi-Amritsar Shatabadi Express engine failed on the Haryana-Punjab border near Ambala city this morning. There was no loss to human life.

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Daler Mehndiís statement that he had dissociated himself from his brother Shamsher may prove to be his undoing with Shamsher today recording a statement that he used to manage his brotherís tour programmes and was recently conducting talks for a programme being organised by Kiran Bediís daughter at Talkatora Stadium in Delhi.



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