Tuesday, December 23, 2003, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Ex-PM Rao, Chandraswami let off in cheating case
New Delhi, December 22
Former Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao talks to mediapersons after his acquittal in the cheating case Former Prime Minister P. V. Narasimha Rao, who faced three criminal cases soon after relinquishing office in May 1996, is finally free from the legal wrangle as a Special Court here today acquitted him in the $ 1 lakh Lakhubhai Pathak cheating case. 
Former Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao talks to mediapersons after his acquittal in the cheating case instituted against him by late Lakhubhai Pathak in the Capital on Monday. — Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal


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Fog disrupts normal life in North
Chandigarh, December 22
A thick blanket of fog accompanied by a numbing cold which has been enveloping the entire northern region for the past few days, seemed to intensify today disrupting air, rail and road traffic and throwing normal life out of gear.
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The Himalayan Queen arrives three hours late at Chandigarh railway station due to dense fog on Monday. — Tribune photo by Pankaj Sharma





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Man named in Judeo FIR arrested under Wildlife, Arms Acts
New Delhi, December 22
Delhi Police today arrested Rohit Prasad, who was allegedly involved in the former Union Minister Dilip Singh Judeo “Cash-on-camera bribery scandal’’, on charges of possessing five elephant tusk trophies, one leopard skin and some fire arms.

Bill on dual citizenship for PIOs passed
New Delhi, December 22

Parliament today passed a Bill to grant dual citizenship to people of Indian origin, with Deputy Prime Minister L.K. Advani saying the measure would go a long way to enable this section of people contribute to the cause of national development.

Musharraf’s assurance to Kashmiri leaders
Islamabad, December 22
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf today assured Kashmiri leaders that he was not rolling back his country’s Kashmir policy and the resolution of it would continue to be central to India-Pakistan relations.

Plea for parity in bonus rejected
New Delhi, December 22
The Supreme Court has rejected the plea of the employees of Haryana State Cooperative Land Development Bank for parity of bonus with the employees of Primary Agricultural Cooperative Banks saying the payment of bonus depends upon the financial health of an institute.

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Cong old guard in no mood to oblige
New Delhi, December 22
Sunday’s resignation drama in the Congress party is learnt to have been scripted by a group of “young” AICC office-bearers with the specific objective of securing the resignation of the party’s top brass. However, the exercise boomeranged when the seniors refused to oblige them.

Editorial: Confusion after polls

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Parent-teacher associations need more bite

CBI registers case against Judeo, three others
December 22, 2003
DMK pulls out of NDA government
December 21, 2003
Samjhauta to resume from January 15
December 20, 2003
Pak talks of dropping 1948 UN resolution
December 19, 2003
Amarinder, Bhattal leave it to Sonia
December 18, 2003

Historic victory for India
December 17, 2003

Bhutan cracks down on Indian insurgents
December 16, 2003

Saddam captured in Tikrit
December 15, 2003
Pakistan says open borders possible
December 14, 2003
AICC panel meets Punjab dissidents
December 13, 2003
Bhattal rules out compromise
December 12, 2003

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