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Wednesday, October 6, 2004, Chandigarh, India
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A view of the deserted Bishnu Ram Medhi flyover in Guwahati on Tuesday during the 12-hour bandh called by various student organisations protesting the recent spate of violence in the region. 10 killed in Assam
N-E bandh hits life

Guwahati, October 5
At least 10 persons were killed and 18 injured, some of them critically, when suspected NDFB militants indiscriminately fired upon market-goers at Bilashi Para in Dhubri district today.


A view of the deserted Bishnu Ram Medhi flyover in Guwahati on Tuesday during the 12-hour bandh called by various student organisations protesting the recent spate of violence in the region. — PTI photo


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SC stays trial of three SAD leaders
New Delhi, October 5
The Supreme Court has stayed the trial court proceedings in corruption cases against two former Punjab ministers and an MLA, all SAD leaders.

Punjab page: SC stay not last word on Badal: CM

12 missiles found in Bulandshahr
Bulandshahr, Ghaziabad,  October 5
The police today recovered 12 suspected anti-aircraft missiles from a roadside thicket under the Arnia area in Bulandshahr.

Delhi page: Anti-tank rockets and missiles found

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3 miniature paintings disappear from Quila Mubarak
Patiala, October 5
Three priceless miniature paintings have gone missing from a painted chamber of the “Ranwas” building of the Quila Mubarak complex in the city.

Pappu Yadav sent to Beur Jail
Patna, October 5

RJD candidate for the byelections to the Madhepura Lok Sabha constituency, Rajesh Ranjan, alias Pappu Yadav, was today sent to the high-security Beur Jail after he surrendered before the court of the designated CBI Judge.
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A dazzling display of indigenously developed advanced light helicopters during a formation flight at Air Force base, Palam, in New Delhi on Tuesday during a full-dress rehearsal of the 72nd anniversary of the Indian Air Force to be observed on October 8. A dazzling display of indigenously developed advanced light helicopters during a formation flight at Air Force base, Palam, in New Delhi on Tuesday during a full-dress rehearsal of the 72nd anniversary of the Indian Air Force to be observed on October 8. — PTI photo

Reopening of ’84 riot cases demanded
Ludhiana, October 5
The Danga Peerit Welfare Association, an organisation of victims of November 84 anti-Sikh riots, in Delhi and other parts of the country has demanded that the cases relating to these riots be reopened again as was being done in the case of Godhra riots in Gujarat.

“Bride and Prejudice” premiere dazzles London
London, October 5

The star of ‘Bride and Prejudice’, India’s Aishwarya Rai with her co-star Martin Henderson in the foyer of the London Palladium, at the film’s premiere in London on Monday. Exotic fairy light garlands and Indian drummers in traditional tunics have brought Bollywood to the UK with the world premiere of ‘’Bride and Prejudice’’, an adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic tale.

The star of ‘Bride and Prejudice’, Aishwarya Rai, with co-star Martin Henderson at the film’s premiere in London on Monday. — AP/PTI photo

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