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Tuesday, May 31, 2011, Chandigarh, India
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India, Pak talk Siachen
Defence Secysí meet focuses on glacierís boundary; Delhi not keen on demilitarisation
New Delhi, May 30
India and Pakistan today started discussions on the vexed issue of boundary demarcation along the Siachen Glacier. Though a joint statement may emerge at the end of the two-day talks tomorrow, the stance of New Delhi is not tilted towards demilitarisation of the glacier, which at 21,000 feet, is the highest militarily-occupied zone in the world.

2G loss: JPC questions CAGís assessment
Asks how he computed loss of 1.75 lakh cr when there was no govt policy to auction Spectrum
New Delhi, May 30
It was an anti-climax of sorts today in the raging controversy over the actual loss caused by the 2G Spectrum scam, with the Joint Parliamentary Committee, examining the matter, questioning the very basis of the Rs 1.75 lakh crore presumptive loss figure the CAG arrived at.

Nation page: HC reserves order on Kanimozhiís bail


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Itís national vs regional politics over Bhullar case
Devinderpal Singh BhullarBJP differs with ally SAD; Captís plea finds little support from high command
New Delhi, May 30
Both the Congress and the BJP found themselves cornered by the response of political parties to the Presidentís recent decision to reject the mercy petition of Khalistan militant Devinderpal Singh Bhullar.

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Musharraf WANTED for Benazir killing
Pakistan court declares former President a proclaimed offender
Islamabad, May 30
A Pakistani anti-terrorism court today declared former President Pervez Musharraf a proclaimed offender or fugitive for failing to cooperate with investigators probing the 2007 assassination of former premier Benazir Bhutto.

 



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Patna, May 30
The lynching of a doctor on duty in the district jail premises at Gopalganj, 145 km away from here, on Sunday by a group of convicted prisoners has sent shockwaves amongst the medical fraternity across the state.

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