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1857 The First Challenge
Special supplement to mark the 150th anniversary of Indiaís first War of Independence.

Thursday, January 3, 2008, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Maoist violence continues, 3 killed
Kolkata/Rourkela, January 2
In fresh bouts of Naxal violence today, armed Maoists attacked a police outpost and a bus in Jharkhand, killing one policeman, while two CPM leaders in West Bengal were killed. One of them was beheaded by the suspected rebels.

Scotland Yard to help: Mush
A team of Scotland Yard experts will assist Pakistani investigators in probing the circumstances of the assassination of former premier Benazir Bhutto, President Pervez Musharraf said in a televised address to the nation.

World page: Pak poll put off to Feb 18
After bullets, lever, now itís laser beam

Laluís sons thrashed for alleged eve-teasing
New Delhi, January 2
Two sons of railway minister Lalu Prasad Yadav got into trouble for allegedly indulging in eve-teasing on New Year's Eve and were beaten up by unidentified youths in south Delhi.

Forget the economy, Punjab bent on flying high
Chandigarh, January 2
The King Air (C-90) aircraft owned by the Punjab government is ready to resume flight. It was grounded some years ago due to crucial repairs. However, after repair, now it has been cleared for flying by the director-general, Civil Aviation.

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MEA: Kenya violence not against Indians
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New Delhi, January 2
Nagaland is set to come under Presidentís rule with the Centre recommending it to President Pratibha Patil, home ministry sources today said. The papers were sent to the President, who is at present in Hyderabad, the sources said.

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Chandigarh, January 2
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