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Sunday, February 5, 2006, Chandigarh, India
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IAEA refers Iran to Security Council
India again votes against Iran
New Delhi, February 4
India again voted against Iran as the International Atomic Energy Agency today referred the Iranian nuclear file to the United Nations Security Council which has the power to impose crippling political and economic sanctions on Tehran.
BJP asks govt to explain IAEA vote against Iran

Iran's Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Aliasghar Soltaniyeh talks to Chairman of the IAEA Board of Governors Yukiya Amano at the beginning of the meeting in the UN nuclear watchdog's Vienna headquarters Iran's Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Aliasghar Soltaniyeh (left) talks to Chairman of the IAEA Board of Governors Yukiya Amano at the beginning of the meeting in the UN nuclear watchdog's Vienna headquarters on Saturday.
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Iran to curb UN checks on N-plants
Vienna, February 4
Iran will immediately curb UN inspections of its nuclear plants and pursue full-scale uranium enrichment after a UN nuclear watchdog agency vote reporting it to the Security Council, a senior Iranian official said today.

Airport workers call off strike
New Delhi, February 4
After much drama, threats, clashes and finally a written assurance by the Union Civil Aviation Minister, Mr Praful Patel, the Airport Authority of India’s employees today called off their four-day old strike.

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A worker removes garbage from the domestic airport after the four-day-old strike was called off by the Airports Authority of India Employees Joint Forum in New Delhi
A worker removes garbage from the domestic airport after the four-day-old strike was called off by the Airports Authority of India Employees Joint Forum in New Delhi on Saturday. — Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal

Frivolous litigation cause for concern: CJI
Chandigarh, February 4
Expressing concern over the rising frivolous litigation in the country, the Chief Justice of India, Mr Justice Y.K. Sabharwal, today favoured stronger penalty against persons indulging in such kind of litigation.

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Chandigarh, February 4
Saying that the legal education in the country had undergone a paradigm shift in the past few years, Chief Justice of India Mr Justice Y.K. Sabharwal today advised law students to lay equal emphasis on practical and clinical aspect of legal education.

The Chief Justice of India, Mr Justice Y.K. Sabharwal, and the Punjab and Haryana High Court Chief Justice, Mr Justice D.K. Jain, share a lighter moment at the inaugural session of the Moot Court Competition-2006 at the Army Institute of Law, Mohali The Chief Justice of India, Mr Justice Y.K. Sabharwal (left), and the Punjab and Haryana High Court Chief Justice, Mr Justice D.K. Jain, share a lighter moment at the inaugural session of the Moot Court Competition-2006 at the Army Institute of Law, Mohali, on Saturday.
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SC notice on MPs expulsion not called for: Somnath
New Delhi, February 4
Backed by the support of presiding officers of legislative bodies and political parties, Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee today said the Supreme Court notice on the MPs expulsion was “not called for.” In video (28k, 56k)

Outstanding officers to get PM’s awards
New Delhi, February 4
In the first-of-its-kind move, the Manmohan Singh government has decided to introduce “Prime Minister's Awards for Excellence in Public Administration” to recognise extraordinary and innovative work done by Central and state government officers.

SC stays allotment of plots to MNCs in Mohali
New Delhi, February 4
The Supreme Court has stayed the allotment of plots to some multinational companies in Mohali for setting up industrial focal points as announced by the Punjab Government in its December 2003 advertisement, following a petition by some “allottees” claiming that the land was allotted to them a year ago in the draw of lots for residential purposes.


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