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Tuesday, January 10, 2006, Chandigarh, India
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HC notice to Houses on MPs’ expulsion
New Delhi, January 9
A day after Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee stated that he was against the interference of courts in Parliament’s decision of expelling 11 MPs for their “involvement” in the “cash for query” scam, the Delhi High Court today issued notices to the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha on eight MPs’ petitions, challenging their expulsion.

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IAS officer Siva Prasad booked
CBI raids FCI officials’ residences
Chandigarh, January 9
The CBI today booked K. Siva Prasad, a Punjab cadre IAS officer, who was on deputation with the Food Corporation of India (FCI), in a corruption case.

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Amar Singh moves SC in phone tapping case
New Delhi, January 9
Blaming Congress President Sonia Gandhi directly for the alleged tapping of the telephones of Samajwadi Party leaders Mulayam Singh Yadav and Amar Singh, a petition has been filed in the Supreme Court by the latter for a judicial probe into the matter and prosecution of those found guilty.
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Rs 45 lakh fake currency seized
Jalandhar, January 9
The police has arrested Jagtar Singh and his two accomplices from Phillaur for possessing fake currency worth Rs 45 lakh. Earlier also they were arrested with counterfeit currency worth Rs 4.72 lakh on January 1, 2004 but the accused was out on bail in the ongoing case and was arrested again.
Mr Paramjit Singh Gill, DIG, along with Mr Ishwar Singh, SSP, shows fake currency notes to mediapersons in Jalandhar on Monday
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No let-up in cold wave conditions
Chandigarh, January 9
Freezing cold wave conditions, prevailing in many parts of north-west India for the past fortnight, continued today without any let-up as the mercury hovered six degrees below normal in Punjab and Delhi.
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Evicted families to get relief
Chandigarh, January 9
The controversy over eviction of Sikh and Punjabi farmers in Udham Singh Nagar, Uttaranchal, ended late in the evening today following a compromise thrashed out at an emergency high-level meeting. 

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SAFMA Secy-Gen apologises for Partition carnage
Chandigarh, January 9
The Secretary-General of the South Asian Free Media Association, Mr Imtiaz Alam, today gave a new meaning to the fast-changing India-Pakistan relationship.
The Punjab Chief Minister, Capt Amarinder Singh, converses with Lahore-based Mr Imtiaz Alam, Secretary-General of the South Asian Free Media Association at a function in Chandigarh on Monday
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New Delhi, January 9
“The Algebra of Infinite Justice”, a collection of essays by writer Arundhati Roy on the hubris of the rich and the powerful and the plight of the poor and the homeless, was today selected for the 2005 Sahitya Akademi Award in English.

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