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Bill on Vananchal

LS adjourned repeatedly
NEW DELHI, Dec 23 — The Lok Sabha’s session was today adjourned sine die abruptly amid protests by Rashtriya Janata Dal and Samajwadi Party members over the introduction of the Bill for Vananchal.

Budget session to be advanced
NEW DELHI, Dec 23 — The Patents Bill is to be taken up in the Lok Sabha during the ensuing Budget session which will be called ahead of schedule.
A "shobha yatra" being taken out by the Christian community
A "shobha yatra" being taken out by the Christian community in Chandigarh on Wednesday, heralding Christmas.
— A Tribune photograph

Punjab bans recruitment
CHANDIGARH, Dec 23 — Bedevilled by the unprecedented financial crisis, the Punjab Government has completely banned fresh recruitment in the State.

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Bank of Punjab

Tohra-Badal dispute: action shifts to Jor Mela stage
FATEHGARH SAHIB, Dec 23 — Adequate security arrangements have been made for the political conferences to be held on the second day of the Shaheedi Jor Mela beginning here on December 25. The annual mela has great religious and political importance as political parties stage conferences to highlight their point of view and attack others.
Bharat Ratna
for JP
NEW DELHI, Dec 23 — Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan was today awarded the country’s highest civilian award "Bharat Ratna" posthumously.

Kashmir disputed territory: USA
WASHINGTON, Dec 23 — The USA has said it considers India a prominent voice in international affairs but added that the Pokhran nuclear tests had "seriously damaged" Indo-US relations.

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Confession of a serial killer
ROHTAK, Dec 23 — Satish, son of Brijpal, today confessed to the killing of 10 girl children in the court of the Judicial Magistrate, Bahadurgarh. The sex-maniac had created terror in the sub-divisional town of Bahadurgarh, bordering Delhi. He admitted having kidnapped 14 girls, of whom 10 were killed.

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