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PM: Pak creating trouble in J&K
SRINAGAR, Dec 6 — The Prime Minister, Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee, has blamed Pakistan for creating trouble in Jammu and Kashmir and trying to disrupt the peace in the state.

Violence on masjid demolition anniversary
NEW DELHI, Dec 6 — Stray violence marred parts of Kerala and Karnataka and paramilitary personnel staged flag march in Pondicherry while more than 2,000 protesters were arrested across the country on the sixth anniversary of the demolition of Babri Masjid today.

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BANGKOK: The team from India waves to supporters as they enter Hua Mark Stadium on Sunday during the opening ceremonies of the 13th Asian Games in Bangkok. — AP/PTI
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Terms for inviting Manjit Singh
CHAMKAUR SAHIB, Dec 6 — Prof Manjit Singh, Jathedar of Takht Keshgarh Sahib, will not be invited to any function or activity to be organised by Akal Takht till he submits accounts of the World Sikh Council to the highest religious body of the Sikhs.

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Laloo, Mishra to appear in court today
PATNA, Dec 6 — Former Chief Ministers, Laloo Prasad Yadav and Mr Jagannath Mishra would be produced before a designated CBI court here in a conspiracy angle case of the fodder scam tomorrow, investigating agency sources said.

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38-member MP Ministry sworn in
BHOPAL, Dec 6 — A new look two-tier, 38-member ministry, comprising 24 Cabinet ministers, two ministers of state with independent charge and 12 ministers of state, was sworn in today in Madhya Pradesh.

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Bill to regulate "health shops"
CHANDIGARH, Dec 6 — Nursing homes and “health shops” dispensing magic cures take care. Punjab has decided to regulate their working and check all kinds of quackery. A Bill — the Punjab Nursing Home Registration Act — is ready awaiting formal approval of the Cabinet and the state assembly. Official sources here said that it would be presented in the winter session that begins on December 21.

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