2008, Chandigarh, India
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Petrol price up by Rs 5, diesel Rs 3 Cooking gas to cost Rs 50 more
New Delhi, June 4
Despite threats and lack of consensus among the allies, the government today decided to increase the price of petrol by Rs 5 per litre, diesel by Rs 3 and LPG by Rs 50 per cylinder. In video (56k)
Finally, Obama the winner Barack Obama late on Tuesday declared himself the "Democratic nominee for the post of the President of the USA ," but his rival, Hillary Rodham Clinton, refused to concede.
US Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama waves to the crowd with his wife Michelle at his side after delivering his speech at his South Dakota and Montana presidential primary election night rally at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota on Tuesday. — Reuters
Bribery Case Ex-Assam minister in CBI custody New Delhi, June 4
A Delhi Court today remanded former Assam education minister Ripun Bora and a co-accused to three-day CBI custody for allegedly offering a bribe of Rs 17 lakh to a CBI officer in a bid to influence a murder probe against him.
Arushi murder Rajesh Talwar undergoes
lie-detector test New Delhi, June 4
Rajesh Talwar, accused in the Noida twin murder case involving his daughter Arushi, was today subjected to polygraph (lie) test by the CBI, which has formed 10 different teams to look into various aspects of
Pranab arrives in China Beijing, June 4
External affairs minister Pranab Mukherjee arrived in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou today, kick-starting his four-day visit to the communist giant during which the boundary row and irritants surrounding it are expected to dominate his talks with the leadership here.
Congress sets up 7-member panel to revive party New Delhi, June 4
Stung by a string of electoral reverses and faced with several state and the Lok Sabha polls in the coming months, Congress president Sonia Gandhi today set up a seven-member panel, headed by defence minister A.K.
Antony, to suggest ways of revitalising the party organisation.
doc’s film a hit at Cannes Ludhiana, June 4
film “Hope”, script of which is written by Shelley Chawla, a doctor
hailing from Ludhiana, was screened at the Cannes film festival last
week. Shelley today called up to inform his father L.S. Chawla, founder
vice-chancellor of Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, five
international media companies had already made offers for the screening
of the film.
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