Sunday, October 12, 2003, Chandigarh, India
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2,000 Shiv sainiks held in Ayodhya
Ayodhya, October 11

Foiling the Shiv Sena attempt to hold a ‘Ram bhakt sammelan’ here today defying a ban, the police arrested about 2,000 party activists, including two state unit vice-presidents, near the venue of the proposed meet and other places in the temple town. Party’s state unit vice-presidents Babu Mishra and Mahesh Ahuja were arrested along with 500 party workers near Naya Ghat.

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No change in VHP plan, says Singhal
Admn gears up to thwart October 17 march
Kanpur, October 11
Vishwa Hindu Parishad working president Ashok Singhal has denied any changes in the organisation’s march to Ayodhya proposed to be held on October 17, in the wake of the recent crackdown on ‘Ram bhaktas’.

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Rahul Dravid plays a shot during the fourth day’s play Sports page: Chance for bowlers to force win
Ahmedabad, October 11
Eyeing to force a result in their favour, India scored more than four runs an over to set a competitive target of 370 runs for New Zealand in the first cricket Test here today.

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Rahul Dravid plays a shot during the fourth day’s play of the first cricket Test match between India and New Zealand in Ahmedabad on Saturday. — Reuters photo


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Centre clears appointment of 24,000 teachers in J&K
Srinagar, October 11

The Centre has cleared appointment of 24,000 teachers in Jammu and Kashmir to tide over the growing unemployment in the state.

Edit page: Students are disturbed over militancy and yearning for peace

Pak to counter Phalcon threat
Karachi, October 11
Pakistan today accused India of raising a threat to its security by agreeing to buy advanced Israeli airborne radar systems — Phalcon — and said it would take steps to keep a balance between the two nuclear powers.

Nation page: Gorshkov deal likely before PM’s Russia visit

VB raids house of Badal’s manager
Bathinda, October 11
A Vigilance team, led by Mr Baljinder Singh Grewal, SSP, Bathinda Range, today carried out a search of the house of Mr Harbans Lal, who was working as manager at a petrol station owned by family members of a former Punjab Chief Minister Mr Parkash Singh Badal. 

Punjab page: Badal refutes Vigilance charge

Pak pushing in Al-Qaida men,  says Army Chief
Jammu, October 11
Army chief Gen N.C. Vij today said Pakistan was pushing in terrorists of the Al-Qaida into India from its nearly 120 launching pads established near the Line of Control and had reactivated the 85 terrorist training camps cosmetically shut following India’s peace initiative.

Gen N.C. Vij, Chief of the Army Staff, addresses a press conference  World page: British MPs find evidence of Pak involvement in terror
 J&K page: Hold serious talks, separatist leader asks India, Pak

Gen N.C. Vij, Chief of the Army Staff, addresses a press conference in Jammu on Saturday.

300 Shiv Sainiks held in Ayodhya
October 11, 2003
CDs seized from Daler’s office
October 10, 2003
Vigilance team quizzes Badal
October 9, 2003
Jogi chargesheeted
October 8, 2003
5 states go to polls on Nov 20, Dec 1
October 7, 2003
Israeli jets hit camp near Damascus
October 6, 2003
Government warns telecom operators
October 5, 2003
Mulayam’s Cabinet now has 98 members
October 4, 2003
6 rights activists detained
October 3, 2003
Naidu injured in mine blast
October 2, 2003

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