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Wednesday, November 29, 2006, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

A DAY OF TWO VERDICTS

Sanjay is not a terrorist, just gun-keeper
Mumbai, November 28
The special court set up under the Terrorism and Disruptive Activities Act to hear the 1993 bomb blasts cases today held actor Sanjay Dutt guilty under the Arms Act for possession an AK-56 assault rifle and a pistol.
Soren is killer of secretary
Quits Cabinet; in AIIMS
New Delhi, November 28
Union Coal Minister Shibu Soren resigned late tonight, hours after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh sought his resignation following his conviction in the case of murder of his secretary Shashi Nath Jha in 1994.

Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt arrives at a special court in Mumbai

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Judge Pramod Kode began the announcement of the verdict with just one word
— ‘Guilty’...

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Haryana page: Relief in Mandoli village

Nation page: “Saath chhod dia mamu”

Editorial: Not Gandhigiri

HE’S looking tense: Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt arrives at a special court in Mumbai on Tuesday. — Reuters photo

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Jain takes over as Chief Justice
Chandigarh, November 28
The Punjab and Haryana High Court today got its 27th Chief Justice in Mr Justice Vijender Kumar Jain who was administered the oath of office by the Governor, Haryana, Dr A.R. Kidwai, at a ceremony held at Haryana Raj Bhavan here.

Pak proposals old wine in new bottle: India
New Delhi, November 28
The Siachen logjam continues as India finds Pakistan’s latest proposal on the issue nothing but an old wine in a new bottle.

Punjab page: Kasuri for bilateral solution to Kashmir

India, China committed to border peace: Pranab
New Delhi, November 28
India and China are committed to maintain peace in the border areas pending the final settlement of the boundary issue and expedite the work on clarifying the Line of Actual Control, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said in Parliament today.

Petrol, diesel to cost less
New Delhi, November 28
The government tonight decided to reduce petrol and diesel prices. However, a formal announcement in this regard is expected tomorrow in Parliament.

CPI parts ways with Congress in Punjab
Chandigarh, November 28
After several years of political partnership and adjustment, the CPI has decided to say goodbye to the Congress in Punjab for the time being.

Dasmunsi’s wife shot at
Kolkata, November 28
Congress MLA Deepa Dasmunsi, who had a narrow escape while campaigning in Islampur in North Dinajpur district when she was fired at thrice tonight, alleged it was a planned attack by the CPM. “I have recieved cut injuries. But I am going to continue my campaign. They fled when they saw another car coming,” she said. — UNI

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New Delhi, November 28
A day after global retail giant Wal-Mart announced its entry into the Indian market through a tieup with Bharti Group, the government said today it would examine whether "permissible limits" with regard to foreign investments were adhered to.

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Region shrouded in fog; man killed in Punjab
Chandigarh, November 28
Fog claimed the life of a person and parts of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh were in the grip of a cold wave with the night temperature dipping two degrees to four degrees below normal at many places in the north-west region, touching 3.1° C at Ludhiana in the plains today.

British tourist found murdered in HP
Dharamsala, November 28
A 23-year-old British tourist, Michael James Blakey, was found murdered in McLeodganj, near here, today. His body was found in a nullah, about 100 metres from St John's Church.

History congress trips on VVIP visitor
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Chandigarh, November 28
The 67th session of the Indian History Congress, which was scheduled to be held from December 28 at Kurukshetra University, has been cancelled, the reason being the university did not want to hold the Congress without a particular VVIP inaugurating it.

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