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Sunday, November 26, 2006, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Kasuri in Delhi, to meet Pranab
New Delhi, November 25
India and Pakistan will be holding Foreign Minister-level parleys, albeit informal, on November 27. Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Khurshid Mehmood Kasuri arrived here this evening along with his wife Naureen on a private visit to attend Union Minister Mani Shanker Aiyer’s daughter’s wedding.

No cause can justify terror, says PM
New Delhi, November 25
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said his government was committed to dealing firmly with terrorism, posing the biggest threat to international peace and economic development, while expressing serious concern over growing links between terror outfits and the underworld mafia engaged in organised crimes.

Makkar is SGPC chief again
Amritsar, November 25
Jathedar Avtar Singh Makkar was re-elected president of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee here today. He defeated rebel Akali candidate Gurwinder Singh Shampura by 104 votes.

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Avtar Singh Makkar at the Golden Temple after being re-elected president of the SGPC Avtar Singh Makkar at the Golden Temple after being re-elected president of the SGPC.
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4 Army men killed in encounter
Srinagar, November 25
Two militants, four security personnel and an SPO were killed in separate incidents in the Kashmir valley since yesterday.
Army soldiers take up positions in a field during a gunbattle in Nildoor, 75 km south of Srinagar Army soldiers take up positions in a field during a gunbattle in Nildoor, 75 km south of Srinagar on Saturday.
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Arms cache dug up from Bhakra canal bed
Fatehgarh Sahib, November 25
A huge cache of arms comprising rocket launcher, bomb shells, cartridges and ammunition was dug up from the bed of the Bhakra mainline canal. A team of divers had been requisitioned from Panipat for the purpose.

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Forged transport bills: 4 Colonels in CBI net
Chandigarh, November 25
Investigations by the CBI into the alleged scam concerning hiring of civilian transport vehicles by the Army have revealed forging of bills and inflation of rates on a large scale.

Dacoity at BJP leader’s factory; man shot at
Ludhiana, November 25
Five armed robbers struck at the office of a BJP leader-cum-Industrialist in his factory in Industrial Area-I late this evening and decamped with cash and jewellery. They shot at and injured a trader in the right shoulder before fleeing.


A wife’s endless, bail-less wait
Gurgaon, November 25
Lodged in Gurgaon’s Bondsi jail for almost a year, Aloka Syal finds it impossible to emerge from her trauma. She has been incarcerated since December 8 last year - a few months after her mother-in-law allegedly jumped off the eighth floor of Sushant Apartments in Gurgaon and died.

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Bangalore, November 25
While Wipro software engineer Gaurav Nigam today denied that a dating allowance existed in Wipro Technologies, the issue has lifted the lid on the policy of the HR departments of software and call centre companies that encourages employees to bond at work.

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