Friday, February 13, 2004, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Bush tears apart Khan’s N-network
George W. Bush Pakistani scientist went on selling dangerous knowhow
Washington, February 12
Abdul Qadeer Khan served as “director of the proliferation network, was its leading scientific mind, as well as its primary salesman,” President George W. Bush said on Wednesday.

Non-proliferation order not adequate: MEA
Pak promises no further N-proliferation
World page
Scientists detained to protect country’s sovereignty, says Pak


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Centre for Pak tour after poll
Cricket board sticks to schedule
New Delhi, February 12
Even as the Ministry of Home Affairs is understood to have suggested deferring the Indian cricket team’s tour of Pakistan till after the elections, the Board of Control for Cricket in India today stuck to its stated position that there were no change in the tour schedule as of now.
‘N-secret leak behind rethink’

Graphic: Indian Cricket Tour of Pakistan

Editorial: Cricket spring
RICKET enthusiasts in the subcontinent have reason to be happy over the signs that the Indian cricket team's six-week tour of Pakistan beginning next month is on. 

EC asks states to enforce model code
New Delhi, February 12
The Election Commission, giving enough indications that it means business in enforcing the rule book, today asked the states to strictly enforce the model code of conduct amidst reports of growing controversy over the use of taxpayers’ money by the government for its own publicity.

Sinha to take up turban issue with French minister
Yashwant Sinha
New Delhi, February 12
The proposed French ban on wearing ostensible religious symbols in public schools has been listed on the agenda of the talks between visiting French Foreign Minister Dominique de Villepin and External Affairs Minister Yashwant Sinha.

Punjab page
Sikh children demonstrate against ban on turban


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Bilkis case: CBI files report in SC
New Delhi, February 12
The CBI today filed its status report in a mass rape and murder case during the Gujarat riots in the Supreme Court, which had ordered probe by the agency on a petition by the lone surviving victim Bilkis Yakoob Rasool.

No fresh taxes in Haryana Budget
Chandigarh, February 12
The Haryana Finance Minister, Prof Sampat Singh, maintaining the tradition of the past four years, again presented a tax-free Budget for 2004-05 before the Assembly here today.

J&K gets woman minister
Jammu, February 12
Mrs Suman Lata Bhagat became the first woman minister in the Council of Ministers, headed by Mufti Mohammed Sayeed, which was expanded here today.

12 die as bus falls into gorge

CBI files chargesheet against Soren
New Delhi, February 12
The CBI today filed a chargesheet against Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (S) President Sibu Soren for accumulating assets beyond his known sources of income while he was a MP between June 1991 and March 1993.

Sportsmen’s reversion stayed
Chandigarh, February 12
Acting on a petition filed by officials recruited in the Punjab Armed Police on the basis of outstanding achievements in sports, a Division Bench of the Punjab and Haryana High Court today stayed their reversion.

Sports page
Revoke demotion orders, say sports officials
Demotions surprise Sports Minister

Cricket tour of Pak on
February 12, 2004
12 Indians killed in Sharjah plane crash
February 11, 2004
INLD snaps ties with BJP
February 10, 2004
LS poll to be over by mid-May
February 9, 2004
PM kicks off poll drive
February 8, 2004
President dissolves Lok Sabha
February 7, 2004
Charges against Bhattal framed
February 6, 2004
JPC report confirms pesticides in colas
February 5, 2004
Interim Budget bonanza for Central staff
February 4, 2004
DIG shot outside Srinagar mosque
February 3, 2004

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