Tuesday, November 4, 2003, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Sushil Sharma convicted
Sentence in ‘tandoor’ case tomorrow

New Delhi, November 3
Eight years after the murder of his wife Naina Sahani, a city court today held Delhi Youth Congress leader Sushil Sharma and his accomplice Keshav Kumar guilty of murder and destroying of evidence. Delhi policemen escort Sushil Sharma and Keshav Kumar
Delhi policemen escort Sushil Sharma (second from right) and Keshav Kumar (left) as they arrive at the court in New Delhi on Monday in the tandoor murder case. — AFP photo


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Key bank rates, CRR remain unaltered
RBI monetary, credit policy released

Mumbai, November 3
Defying market expectations, the RBI today left untouched key interest rates, including the bank rate, even as it revised upwards the GDP growth rate to 6.5-7 per cent for 2003-04 against 6 per cent projected in April.

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Vigilance team and private agencies survey Badal’s Balasar farms
Letter of contract yet to be issued to private surveyors
Balasar (Sirsa), November 3
Even as sleuths of Punjab Vigilance Bureau, along with the private surveyors, today carried out a survey of Balasar farms owned by former Chief Minister, Mr Parkash Singh Badal, to assess its value, the Punjab Government was yet to issue a letter of contract (hiring) to the private surveyors for carrying out the job assigned.




Sukhwinder Singh Mann Sukhwinder Mann held in human trafficking case
Patiala, November 3
The Patiala police today arrested a Punjabi pop singer Sukhwinder Singh Mann popularly known as Sukha in a case of alleged human trafficking when he came to collect money in the city.

Daler remains elusive despite raids to nab him
Non-bailable warrants against four others in the case
Patiala, November 3
Despite a massive manhunt launched by the Patiala Police since yesterday, Punjabi pop star Daler Mehndi remained elusive even as a local court issued non bailable warrants against four persons.

Mehndi’s bail extension plea rejected

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Pak not ‘desperate’ for talks
Hopes India would attend SAARC summit
Islamabad, November 3
Pakistan today said it wanted to hold dialogue with India but was not “desperate” and hoped that New Delhi would not back out from its commitment to attend the SAARC summit in Islamabad in January.

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Himachal restores LTC for staff within state
Shimla, November 3
The Himachal Pradesh Government today decided to restore the leave travel concession facility for its employees within the state.

2 held for bid to poison Golden Temple langar
Amritsar, November 3
A case of attempt to poison the Golden Temple langar was registered against two persons last night. Santosh Rani and Balwant Singh, who occasionally performed sewa at the langar hall of the Golden Temple, reportedly threw some poisonous powder wrapped in paper in the dal which was ready to be served to devotees at about 9 pm.

Balwant Singh, one of the two persons who tried to put poison in the langar food at Golden Temple on Monday. — Photo by Rajiv Sharma
Balwant Singh, one of the two persons who tried to put poison in the langar food at Golden Temple on Monday.

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