Thursday, December 25, 2003, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

EC censures Amarinder, Ajit Jogi
Cong told to pay for air travel
New Delhi, December 24
The Election Commission (EC) today “censured” Punjab Chief Minister, Amarinder Singh and former Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Ajit Jogi of violating the model code of conduct during the recent Assembly poll.


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Pervez calls for composite
Indo-Pak dialogue
Islamabad, December 24
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf, who hopes to have a one-to-one meeting with Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee during the next week’s SAARC Summit, said it was time to resume composite dialogue on Kashmir and other issues as the two nations had played their role in normalising ties by initiating a series of confidence-building measures.

Menon briefs Sinha on Pak situation

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The Sector 18 church in Chandigarh is all decked up on the eve of Christmas on Wednesday. The Sector 18 church in Chandigarh is all decked up on the eve of Christmas on Wednesday.
— Tribune photo by Karam Singh



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Myanmar too joins hands against rebels
Premagatyse (Bhutan), December 24
India, Bhutan and Myanmar have joined hands to launch the biggest ever concerted offensive against the North-East militants, holed up in the neighbouring two countries.
In video: Bhutan terms offensive against Indian militants a success. (28k, 56k)
PM to take up ULFA issue with Khaleda
Bhutan hands over members of rebel families to India

Kidnapped Indian engineers freed
New Delhi, December 24
Two Indian engineers kidnapped by the Taliban on December 6 in southern Afghanistan were released today and handed over by the Afghan authorities to the Indian Embassy in Kabul.

Fog hits life in region
Chandigarh, December 24
Normal life, including rail, road and air traffic was disrupted in Chandigarh and most parts of Punjab and Haryana due to a thick blanket of fog in the region.
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Discord at Bismillah-Amjad Ali jugalbandi
Kolkata, December 24
A rare shehnai-sarod jugalbandi concert before a sellout crowd here last evening ended abruptly on a discordant note with Ustad Bismillah Khan refusing to play, blaming “poor” acoustics and Ustad Amjad Ali Khan hitting back at him. Ustad Bismillah Khan and Ustad Amzad Ali Khan
Ustad Bismillah Khan and Ustad Amzad Ali Khan (right) at a rare shehnai-sarod jugalbandi concert in Kolkata on Tuesday evening. The concert ended abruptly when the shehnai maestro stopped playing, complaining about the sound system. — PTI photo

In Science & Technology today

Hazards of ultraviolet radiation

Stop terror for talks, PM tells Pakistan
December 24, 2003
Ex-PM Rao, Chandraswami let off in cheating case
December 23, 2003
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

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