Tuesday, November 11, 2003, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

SC stays arrest of journalists of
The Hindu

Notices to TN Speaker, Home Secretary, DGP
Journalists raise slogans during a demonstration in front of Tamil Nadu Bhavan in New Delhi on Monday.New Delhi, November 10
The Supreme Court today stayed the arrest of ‘The Hindu’ Editor N Ravi, its publisher and four other journalists, sentenced to 15 days imprisonment by the Tamil Nadu Assembly for the breach of the privilege of the House and issued notices to the Speaker, the state government and seven other respondents on their writ petitions.
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Journalists raise slogans during a demonstration in front of Tamil Nadu Bhavan in New Delhi on Monday.
— Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal

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Centre to seek report from TN Governor
New Delhi, November 10
The Prime Minister, Mr Atal Bihari Vajpayee, today said the Centre would seek a report from the Tamil Nadu Governor on the issue of arrest warrants issued by the state Assembly for breach of privileges against six journalists.

Cong leaders get more time in ’84 riots case
New Delhi, November 10
Congress leaders Vasant Sathe, Kamal Nath and Dharam Dass Shastri were today allowed further time to submit their replies by the Justice Nanavati Commission, which is probing the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.





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Pak minister at his softest best
New Delhi, November 10
The usually fire-breathing Pakistan Information Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed was at his softest best tonight when he had a lengthy interaction with the visual and print media and did not mention the “core issue” of Kashmir.
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PDP leader among 13 killed in Kashmir
Srinagar, November 10
Ten persons, including five ultras and a ruling PDP activist, were killed in separate incidents in Jammu and Kashmir since last night, a police spokesman said today.

CBI arrests Madhumita’s ‘killer’
Lucknow, November 10
The Central Bureau of Investigation, probing the poetess Madhumita Shukla murder case, today arrested Prakash Chandra Pandey, alleged killer of the poetess, and produced him before Special Judicial Magistrate R.M. Yadav here, who remanded him in 14 days judicial custody.

Reveal names or face stir, Congress tells Vajpayee
New Delhi, November 10
The Congress today threatened to launch a nationwide agitation if Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee did not reveal by November 14 the names of six ministers who had allegedly sought “undue favours” from chiefs of some public sector undertakings under their jurisdiction.

PPSC to reconduct lecturers’ interview
Patiala, November 10
The Punjab Public Service Commission has decided to reconduct the interview process of all college lecturers to whom call letters had been sent during the tenure of its former Chairman Ravinderpal Singh Sidhu.

School that sparked acting in Anupam Kher
Film actor Anupam Kher eats ‘tikki’ at the famous Sita Ram shop in Lakkar Bazar, Shimla, on Monday.Shimla, November 10
It was a nostalgic walk down memory lane as the famous cine personality Anupam Kher entered the premises of the DAV school at Lakkar Bazar after 25 years. While the Bollywood star was overwhelmed by memories of his schooldays, the excited students jostled to shake hands with him and greet their idol.

Film actor Anupam Kher eats ‘tikki’ at the famous Sita Ram shop in Lakkar Bazar, Shimla, on Monday.
— Photo by Anil Dayal

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