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Afghan govt: leaders agree on time frame
Bonn conference opens on positive note

Bonn, November 27
Talks aimed at forging Afghanistan’s political future had a positive start with Afghan leaders agreeing to a time frame to create a new administration and eventually craft a constitution, a United Nations spokesman said today.



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US marines go into combat
15 armoured vehicles destroyed
Islamabad, November 27
US marines went into combat for the first time near Kandahar, sending helicopter gunships aloft as Navy F-14 Tomcat jets attacked and destroyed a convoy of about 15 armoured vehicles in the remaining militia stronghold. About 500 US marines took forward positions well inside Taliban-held territories southwest of Kandahar.
Badal’s OSD Badungar is SGPC chief
Talwandi, Josh tear their ballot papers
Amritsar, November 27
Mr Kirpal Singh Badungar, Officer on Special Duty to the Chief Minister and Secretary, Shiromani Akali Dal, today became the 32nd President of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, even as Mr Jagdev Singh Talwandi and Mr Puran Singh Josh, veteran member of the ruling party, tore their ballot papers in protest against the nomination of Mr Badungar as he allegedly has links with an ex-communicated Sikh, Baba Piara Singh Bhaniara.
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Mr Kirpal Singh Badungar acknowledges the greetings of the members after becoming the President of the SGPC on Tuesday. —  Photo Rajiv Sharma

ICC ultimatum to Dalmiya
Told to decide on Sehwag by Friday

London, November 27
The International Cricket Council has given the Board of Control for Cricket in India a Friday deadline to make a final decision on batsman Virender Sehwag. 





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  • India end tour with humiliating defeat
    Centurion Park, November 27
    India’s controversy-ridden tour of South Africa came to a disastrous end today with the tourists suffering a humiliating innings defeat in the third and final cricket ‘Test’ here.
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Haryana cops attacked Sikhs, says riot victim
New Delhi, November 27
In a significant disclosure, a victim of the 1984 riots said members of the Haryana police training centre, near Karnal, were sent to Delhi to attack Sikhs in the Capital. The affidavit also brought out a gruesome picture of a dog gnawing a severed leg of a dead Sikh.

12 Armymen killed in gunbattle
Srinagar, November 27
At least 22 persons, including 12 Armymen and 10 militants, were killed and five others injured in a fierce encounter at Surankot in Poonch district of Jammu region today. Five Armymen, who were seriously injured in the encounter, have been evacuated, sources said. 


Haryana Speaker on the run?
Kin implicated in murder case
Panipat, November 27
With major political parties and social organisations gunning for the Haryana Speaker, Mr Satbir Singh Kadian, for alleged role of his close relatives in the daylight murder of Joginder Kaur on the District Court premises here yesterday, the Speaker seems to be on the run.

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