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Joint mechanism on terrorism on agenda
New Delhi, October 17
The stalled India-Pakistan Foreign Secretary-level dialogue will resume here on November 14-15, during which the two sides will review the third round of the Composite Dialogue process and identify broad contours for the first-ever anti-terror joint mechanism.

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’93 blasts: three held guilty
Mumbai, October 17
A special TADA court today held three accused in the 1993 serial blasts case guilty on various counts, including helping prime conspirators Tiger Memon, Mohammad Dossa and Ijaz Pathan in perpetrating the crime. — PTI

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Insurgency along border unabated: Army Chief
New Delhi, October 17
As India and Pakistan today announced resumption of the Composite Dialogue process through the Foreign Secretary-level talks, Chief of the Army Staff Gen J.J. Singh categorically said that the terror infrastructure in our neighbouring country was in tact and that anti-India activities continued unabated.

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New Delhi, October 17
The Delhi High Court today convicted its lawyer, Santosh Kumar Singh, in the high-profile Priyadarshani Mattoo rape and murder case, reversing the verdict of the trial judge in the crime committed by him 10 years ago when both were students of the law faculty in Delhi University.
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117 fresh dengue cases in Punjab
New Delhi, October 17
The nationwide dengue toll has increased to 108 with five more deaths in the past 24 hours. The official figure on the dengue toll is 103. While three deaths have been reported in Delhi and the National Capital Region, two deaths were reported by Punjab and Uttar Pradesh since Monday.

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Life term for cop Pinki
Jagadhri, October 17
The District and Sessions Judge here today sentenced Punjab Police inspector Gurmeet Singh alias Pinki to life and fined him Rs 1 lakh under Section 302 of the IPC for killing Ludhiana resident Avatar Singh Gola. Five other accused in the case have been acquitted.

Imported coal scandal in PSEB
Chandigarh, October 17
A storm of sorts is brewing among officials of the Punjab State Electricity Board (PSEB) following the failure of samples of imported coal worth several crores of rupees to meet the specifications fixed in the purchase order placed by the board authorities with a private company. “ It is a coal scandal worth several crores”, said a senior officer of the PSEB on condition of anonymity.

Shabana heads Punjab panel on foeticide
Jalandhar, October 17
With actor and activist Shabana Azmi at the helm of affairs, Punjab finally hopes to convey that it means business on the growing scourge of female foeticide across the state.


Shabana Azmi at a gathering of social organisations of Punjab at the Red Cross Bhavan in Jalandhar on Tuesday. — Tribune photo by Pawan Sharma
Shabana Azmi at a gathering of social organisations of Punjab at the Red Cross Bhavan in Jalandhar on Tuesday.

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