Monday, November 24, 2003, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Challan sees rowdyism on roads
1 bus burnt, 2 damaged
Chandigarh, November 23
It was the Akalis’ day out today. The state-wide rasta roko protest, held on the call given by the SAD-SGPC, passed off peacefully, barring some stray incidents of rowdyism from Mansa, Muktsar and Malout in Malwa and Rayya in Amritsar.
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‘Chakka jam’ fails to evoke response
Chandigarh page: ‘Rasta roko’ leaves hundreds stranded
Punjab page: Traffic diversions aided protesters
I’ll not spare Capt, warns Badal
Sukhbir threatens to sue Vigilance
Hanspal advises Akalis not to support corrupt

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A Nihang  with a flagpole sits in  dharna at Nawanshahr during the rasta roko agitation by Shiromani Akali Dal workers on Sunday.
A Nihang with a flagpole sits in dharna at Nawanshahr during the rasta roko agitation by Shiromani Akali Dal workers on Sunday. — Tribune photo by Karam Singh

CAT paper leaked, exam cancelled
New Delhi, November 23
The common admission test for the six Indian Institutes of Management were cancelled today with the CBI arresting eight persons, including three doctors, for allegedly leaking question papers of the examination today.
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Chandigarh page: CAT candidates dismayed at paper leakage



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2 Biharis burnt to death, toll touches 50
Guwahati, November 23
The toll in anti-Bihari violence shot to 50 in Assam today as ULFA militants set ablaze huts belonging to Biharis burning two of them to death in Upper Assam’s Tinsukia district while Union Minister of State for Home Swami Chinmayananda warned that ‘a third force’ was trying to destabilise the situation.
In video Schoolchildren protest against ethnic killing in Assam. (28k, 56k)

Nation page: Laloo to meet PM on Assam violence

Pak PM proposes ceasefire along LoC
from Id
Lahore-Amritsar bus service mooted
Islamabad, November 23
Seeking to improve relations with India, Pakistan Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali tonight announced a ceasefire on the Line of Control (LoC) from Id which is likely to fall on November 26, and expected India to respond positively.

India’s reaction today

Murasoli MaranUnion minister Maran dead
Chennai, November 23
Union Minister and senior DMK leader Murasoli Maran died at a private hospital here this evening after prolonged illness. He was 69. He is survived by his wife, two sons and a daughter.

All transactions to be legal: Jaswant
Fake stamp paper cases
New Delhi, November 23
The Centre today allayed fears about an emerging financial crisis in the wake of unearthing of Rs 30,000 crore fake stamp paper scam and said all transactions using such papers would be valid.

Brahmos test-fired from warship
Bhubaneswar, November 23
India successfully test fired the supersonic anti-ship Brahmos cruise missile from a naval warship for the first time today, defence officials said. The test was conducted from INS Kalinga in the Bay of Bengal off the Orissa coast, the officials said. “The test flight fulfilled all mission objectives”, a defence official said.

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Chargesheet filed against Badal, five others
November 23, 2003
SC stays trial in Godhra, nine other cases
November 22, 2003
27 dead, 450 hurt in Istanbul blasts
November 21, 2003
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November 20, 2003
Aircraft land Sonia, Jogi in soup
November 19, 2003
Judeo out, CBI probe on
November 18, 2003
Judeo to go if found guilty, says PM
November 17, 2003
Israeli troops must pull out, says Vajpayee
November 16, 2003
India to base planes in Tajikistan
November 15, 2003

Stop terror influx, Russia tells Pak
November 14, 2003

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