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October 29, 2001 - October 30, 2001

Explanation sought from Chanasma MLA Tuesday, October 30, 2001

Ahmedabad: The BJP has served notice to MLA of Chanasma Arvind Patel to explain his utterances in the press against the party government and the chief minister.

Regional coordinator of the discipline committee of the BJP Thakor Desai served the notice Mr Patel on Saturday. Mr Patel had said that Mr Modi’s ministry consists of people who are like rotten vegetables.

News Source : The AsianAge [ The coolest newspaper for city ]


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18-year-old kills herself Tuesday, October 30, 2001

Ahmedabad: An 18-year-old resident of Amraiwadi, New Bhavani Nagar committed suicide by consuming acid on Friday evening. The deceased, Mittal Parmar consumed acid at around 6 pm and was rushed to the L.G. Hospital. However, she died there at 10 pm.

Amraiwadi police has registered a case of an accidental death and is investigating further.

News Source : The AsianAge [ The coolest newspaper for city ]


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Maruti Udyog Ltd. launches Versa in city Tuesday, October 30, 2001

By a Correspondent, AsianAge
Ahmedabad, Oct. 26: Maruti Udyog Ltd has launched yet another car, this time a multi-purpose luxury vehicle called Versa. The vehicle was formally launched in the city on Thursday along with simultaneous launches at Mumbai, Chandigarh and Indore.

Versa is an eight-seater in three rows of seats. The main qualities of the vehicle are that it is spacious, flexible, has easy maneuverability and very compact turning radius of just 4.5 mt, said regional manager K. Adhinathan.

The vehicle which is meant for long distance driving or for family outings is being endorsed by the father and son duo Amitabh and Abhishek Bachchan.
Versa has a price tag ranging from Rs 5.49 lakh to Rs. 6.17 lakh (ex showroom price) in Mumbai.

News Source : The AsianAge [ The coolest newspaper for city ]


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Communication gap helped culprits escape Monday, October 29, 2001

TIMES NEWS NETWORK
AHMEDABAD: A state-wide alert has been sounded to nab the four terrorists who escaped under the cover of darkness in the wee hours of Saturday, as the state police picks up the search trail left behind by the core team of the CBI in Patan district.

The local police feel the insurgents escaped on account of "lack of communication" between the central and local agencies, but combing of villages in the border districts of Kutch, Banaskantha and Patan _ that have earlier known to harbour intruders _ have been intensified nevertheless.

Sources said even the state unit of the CBI was reportedly unaware of the operation by the Delhi team of the agency. While the secrecy of the operation can be appreciated, the police feel that "if properly co-ordinated, the local police may have negotiated the unfamiliar terrain better and helped trap them," said one senior official.

Further, with the area being infested with the 'Prosospis Juliflora' (a babool-variety), the police confess that the search is going to be difficult.

The persons who escaped abandoning the truck (RJ-02-G 9560) loaded with RDX, assault weapons, wireless sets and accessories to assemble explosives, are believed to be supported by Jaish-e-Mohammad militant outfit.

But the investigators are not ruling out links with local counterparts that may have co-ordinated the transit of the consignment, believed to be meant for New Delhi. The possible involvement of the SIMI is also being investigated.

The culprits left abandoning the truck at Babara Patia some 26 km from Varahi police station. SPs P B Upadhyay (Patan) and R B Brahambhatt (Banaskantha) camping here said the Patan police was informed of the incident four hours after the operation.

The four persons involved in ferrying the consignment are believed to have made their way into the surrounding villages. "Special dog squads are being used in the house-to-house search and vehicle-checking," said Brahmbhatt.

News Source : The Times of India [India's best Newspaper]


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Communication gap helped culprits escape Monday, October 29, 2001

TIMES NEWS NETWORK
AHMEDABAD: A state-wide alert has been sounded to nab the four terrorists who escaped under the cover of darkness in the wee hours of Saturday, as the state police picks up the search trail left behind by the core team of the CBI in Patan district.

The local police feel the insurgents escaped on account of "lack of communication" between the central and local agencies, but combing of villages in the border districts of Kutch, Banaskantha and Patan _ that have earlier known to harbour intruders _ have been intensified nevertheless.

Sources said even the state unit of the CBI was reportedly unaware of the operation by the Delhi team of the agency. While the secrecy of the operation can be appreciated, the police feel that "if properly co-ordinated, the local police may have negotiated the unfamiliar terrain better and helped trap them," said one senior official.

Further, with the area being infested with the 'Prosospis Juliflora' (a babool-variety), the police confess that the search is going to be difficult.

The persons who escaped abandoning the truck (RJ-02-G 9560) loaded with RDX, assault weapons, wireless sets and accessories to assemble explosives, are believed to be supported by Jaish-e-Mohammad militant outfit.

But the investigators are not ruling out links with local counterparts that may have co-ordinated the transit of the consignment, believed to be meant for New Delhi. The possible involvement of the SIMI is also being investigated.

The culprits left abandoning the truck at Babara Patia some 26 km from Varahi police station. SPs P B Upadhyay (Patan) and R B Brahambhatt (Banaskantha) camping here said the Patan police was informed of the incident four hours after the operation.

The four persons involved in ferrying the consignment are believed to have made their way into the surrounding villages. "Special dog squads are being used in the house-to-house search and vehicle-checking," said Brahmbhatt.

News Source : The Times of India [India's best Newspaper]


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