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Keep off 2G probe, SC tells CBI chief
Says prima facie Sinha tried to save
some accused
New Delhi, November 20
Ranjit Sinha The Supreme Court today directed CBI Director Ranjit Sinha to stay away from the agency’s investigation into the 2G scam as prima facie there was “some credibility” in the allegation that he had tried to derail the probe to save some of the accused.


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HC cancels Rampal’s bail, sends him to jail
Rampal inside the lock-up at the Sector 5 police station in Panchkula on Thursday.Chandigarh, November 20
The Punjab and Haryana High Court today sent controversial sect head Rampal to jail, hours after a Division Bench cancelled his bail in the 2006 murder case.

Rampal inside the lock-up at the Sector 5 police station in Panchkula on Thursday. Photo: Nitin Mittal

More trouble for sect head as police slap fresh murder charges
Barwala (Hisar), November 20
A day after his arrest, charges of murder were slapped against Rampal and others in connection with the deaths of five women followers and a child in Satlok Ashram.

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Will consult Kashmiri separatists before talks with India: Sharif
Nawaz Sharif Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has blamed India for adopting inflexible approach towards the Kashmir issue. Ignoring India's opposition, Sharif today said Pakistan would hold dialogue with Kashmiri separatists to take them into confidence before engaging in peace talks with India.

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Omar tells BJP to clarify stand on Article 370
Beerwah (Budgam), November 20
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today accused the BJP of making multiple statements on Article 370.

Fee hike protest turns bloody at Punjabi University
Students clash with police; 24 hurt
Punjabi University students clash with the police in Patiala on Thursday.Patiala, November 20
Punjabi University students protesting the recent fee hike were dragged and beaten up by the police in one of the most violent clashes on the campus in recent times.
Punjabi University students locked in a scuffle with the police in Patiala on Thursday. Tribune photo: Rajesh Sachar

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