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Tuesday, August 23, 2005, Chandigarh, India
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Enough evidence to prosecute Maya: CVC
Overrules opinion of CBI chief, AG
New Delhi, August 22
Overruling the opinion of the CBI Director and the Attorney-General, recommending the closure of the politically sensitive Rs 175-crore Taj Heritage Corridor scam case against former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati and a minister in her Cabinet, the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) today told the Supreme Court that there was sufficient evidence to prosecute them.
BSP supremo Mayawati at a meeting on the Womenís Reservation Bill at the Parliament library in New Delhi on Monday
BSP supremo Mayawati at a meeting on the Womenís Reservation Bill at the Parliament library in New Delhi on Monday. ó PTI photo
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Womenís quota Bill runs into opposition
New Delhi, August 22
The all-party meeting called by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on the womenís reservation Bill today failed to break the deadlock with the parties sticking to their respective stand, dampening hopes of tabling of the Bill in the current monsoon session of Parliament.

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Slender was the thread at Naga talks
Ceasefire extension wasnít easy
New Delhi, August 22
The prolonged Amsterdam talks, which have just ended were a nerve-wracking exercise over the extension of the ceasefire in Nagaland. The talks remained hanging by a slender thread.

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J&K: 2 Jaish militants among nine killed

CHANDIGARH:  Cops brace for averting Sukhna suicides

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Bihar House dissolution case hearing on Aug 30
New Delhi, August 22
The Supreme Court today fixed August 30 for hearing three applications in the Bihar Assembly dissolution case demanding the placing of Governor Buta Singhís two reports on record, seeking stay of the election and making the Governor a party to it.

NDA to move motion against Laluís claim
New Delhi, August 22
The NDA today decided to move an adjournment motion tomorrow against Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadavís statement that state Governor was his nominee as its notices of adjournment motions on the conduct of Bihar Governor Buta Singh were rejected by Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee.

Khurana gets show-cause notice
New Delhi, August 22
BJP veteran Madan Lal Khurana was today served a
show-cause notice seeking his explanation for his attack on party President L K Advani.

Punjab gets tough with CTU
Wants buses to stick to km limit
Chandigarh, August 22
The Punjab Government today told the Chandigarh Administration that it should avoid dictating what transport policy should be followed by the neighbouring Punjab.

IA plane develops snag, returns to Chandigarh
Chandigarh, August 22
The Governor of Tamil Nadu, Mr Surjit Singh Barnala, and a former Union Minister, Mr Sukhbir Singh Badal of the Shiromani Akali Dal, along with 85 passengers on board an Indian Airlines Chandigarh-Delhi-Mumbai flight had a narrow escape this afternoon.
Passengers disembark from the Indian Airlines plane that developed a snag in Chandigarh on Monday
Passengers disembark from the Indian Airlines plane that developed a snag in Chandigarh on Monday. ó Tribune photo by Parvesh Chauhan

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