2005, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am
Shahabuddin booked for ‘appearing’ in exam Patna, October 2
The alleged appearance of the elusive RJD MP Mohammad Shahabuddin in the law examination at RDS college in Muzaffarpur has landed the state administration in an
embarrassing situation. Mohammad
Natwar in Pakistan for comprehensive talks Islamabad, October 2
External Affairs Minister K. Natwar Singh chose to chew his words carefully as he arrived here this evening for his second bilateral visit in eight months and stressed on fostering friendly relations and cooperation while leaving out any reference to terrorism.
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Neutral team begins inspection of Baglihar project
Jammu, October 2
Endeavouring to adjudicate the riparian dispute between India and Pakistan, World Bank appointed Swiss neutral expert Raymond Lafitte today began inspecting the dam design and “peripherial setup” of the 450-mw Baglihar hydel project in Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir.
A view of the Chenab with the Baglihar hydroelectric project in the background, about 155 km northwest of Jammu, on Sunday. — Reuters
Procurement may figure at Cabinet meeting today Chandigarh, October 2
Though the Chief Minister, Capt Amarinder Singh, has convened a special meeting to review paddy procurement operations, the issue, besides distress sale of cotton, may figure prominently at the Punjab Council of Ministers meeting here tomorrow.
Haryana to recruit 11,000 teachers: Hooda Jagadhri, October 2
The Haryana Government will recruit 11,000 teachers, out of which 50 per cent of the posts would go to candidates who have passed their matriculation from rural schools of the state.
Kurukshetra, October 2
The mela administration has made special arrangements to save pilgrims from drowning while taking holy dip in Brahmsarovar here during solar eclipse between 4.20 pm and 5.23 pm tomorrow.
Children take a holy dip at Brahm Sarovar on the eve of solar eclipse at Kurukshetra on Sunday.
— Tribune photo by Neeraj Chopra
Solar eclipse at 4.12 p.m.
New Delhi, October 2
An annular solar eclipse occurring tomorrow afternoon will only be visible partially throughout the country, but doctors have warned people against looking up directly at the sun.
Huge cache of explosives seized
Kohima, October 2
Security forces seized a huge cache of explosives from Dimapur railway station and arrested one person in this connection.
42 children faint at Gandhi Jayanti
Kanpur, October 2
At least 42 students were admitted to
the district hospital after falling unconscious due to excessive heat
during a programme to mark the 136th birth anniversary of Mahatma
Gandhi at Green Park Stadium here today. In
pay tributes to Mahatma Gandhi.
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