Sunday, March 26, 2006, Chandigarh, India
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Govt begins talks for consensus on office of profit
New Delhi, March 25
The UPA government today initiated the process of evolving a political consensus on the office-of- profit issue, after the ordinance route backfired badly, resulting in the resignation of the National Advisory Council Chairperson Sonia Gandhi from the Lok Sabha.

Sonia to address rally at Rae Bareli on March 28
New Delhi, March 25
Congress President Sonia Gandhi, who has resigned from Lok Sabha following the office of profit controversy, will visit her Rae Bareli constituency on March 28. Mrs Gandhi will address a rally in the constituency and tour the area. The Congress president will take a flight to Lucknow from where she will proceed to Rae Bareli.

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EC unlikely to decide on NAC office-of-profit issue
New Delhi, March 25
The Election Commission (EC) is unlikely to decide on the issue whether the National Advisory Council (NAC) was an office of profit or not, as its chairperson Sonia Gandhi has resigned from the Lok Sabha.

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HE Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, could not have chosen a better place and time for extending a hand of friendship to Pakistan.

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Patna, March 25
The Nitish Kumar led-NDA government has decided to modernise the police force in Bihar at a cost of Rs 108 crore in the next fiscal year.

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Chandigarh, March 25
Two Jaguar attack aircraft flew in fast and low over the city, with a pair of MiG-29 fighters in hot pursuit. As the Jaguars peeled off to simulate an attack on the Chandigarh airfield, the MiGs broke formation and manoeuvred to lock on to the “enemy” aircraft and destroy them.

Members of the IAF’s Akash Ganga sky diving team form the Tricolour with their canopies during the Air Show at the Chandigarh Air Force Station on Saturday. — Tribune photo by Vinay Malik

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Cartel stalls sale of country liquor vends in Haryana
Chandigarh, March 25
The Haryana Government will continue with its new excise policy of allotment of liquor vends and would not make any change despite serious efforts being made by a lobby of old contractors to torpedo it.

Making villages litigation free!
Chandigarh, March 25
Litigation-free villages! This is precisely what the Haryana State Legal Services Authority (HSLSA) is aspiring to do as part of its People’s Initiative for Justice project launched in November last year.

Bhopal gas victims walk all the way to Delhi
New Delhi, March 25
As many as 39 survivors of the Bhopal gas leak tragedy today reached Delhi for a do-or-die battle after a 800-km trek from Bhopal that took them 33 days.


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Chandigarh girl second runner-up
Mumbai, March 25
Arti Thakur, a fitness trainer from Mumbai was crowned Mrs India World at a function in Mumbai tonight. She will represent India in the 2006 Mrs World contest in Russia on April 23. Lavanya Iyer was the first runner-up, Frainy Ahuja from Chandigarh was the second runner-up. She was also crowned Mrs Flawless Skin. TNS

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