Tuesday, October 14, 2003, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

VHP leaders go underground
More than 10,000 activists detained
Lucknow, October 13
More than 75 companies of the CRPF reached Ayodhya to step up security as VHP leaders went underground today to evade arrest ahead of their October 17 programme to press for the construction of a Ram Temple at the disputed site.

VHP attacks PM, Mulayam
Sena to VHP: build temple or withdraw
Curfew in Agra after communal violence

Activists of the VHP protest against their detention while en route to Ayodhya near Allahabad railway station on Monday. — PTI photo


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Daler’s bail plea rejected
Passports seized from Shamsher’s house
Daler MehndiNew Delhi, October 13
A Delhi court today rejected the anticipatory bail plea of pop singer Daler Mehndi in connection with a case registered by the Punjab police against him for human trafficking.

Editorial: ‘Phoren’ craze

SC allows Hindujas to stay abroad
New Delhi, October 13
The Supreme Court today gave a major relief to Europe-based Hinduja brothers in the Bofors payoff case by allowing them to stay abroad till the disposal of the trial by a Special Court here.


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Need for a relook into accreditation process




In our series, the state of medical institutions, Senior Staff Correspondent Pratibha Chauhan examines the functioning of Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla, on 
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Cong plays down ‘ultimatum’ to NCP
New Delhi, October 13
The Congress today played down the crisis facing the coalition government in Maharashtra, saying the party did not wish to ‘vacate’ the political space in the state for ‘communal forces’ and it was for the Nationalist Congress Party to clarify its stand.

Threat to Maharashtra Government blows over

3 booked under POTA for Gateway of
India blast

Mumbai, October 13
In the first arrest in the Gateway of India blast case, the police today booked under POTA prime accused Sayed Mohammed Hanif, his wife Fahimida and associate Arshat Shafi Ahmed Ansari, who are already in judicial custody in connection with the Ghatkopar explosion.

Red Arrow aircraft from the British RAF take part in a joint aerobatics display

Red Arrow aircraft from the British RAF take part in a joint aerobatics display in Hindon on the outskirts of New Delhi on Monday. Aircraft from the RAF and the Indian Air Force staged a joint display of aerobatics for the first time. — Reuters

Rifle recovered from Maya’s farmhouse
New Delhi, October 13
The CBI has claimed to have recovered an automatic rifle from the farmhouse of former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati at Bulandsher and has informed the district administration for taking necessary action.

Ultras switch over to satellite phones
Jammu, October 13
Terrorists operating in Jammu and Kashmir are gradually switching over to satellite phones and shunning the traditional walkie talkie wireless sets to communicate with their mentors in Pakistan and their contacts here to prevent the Army from intercepting their transmits.

J&K page: 6 terrorists, soldier killed

Faizabad sealed off
October 13, 2003
2,000 Shiv sainiks held in Ayodhya
October 12, 2003
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

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