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Friday, February 10, 2006, Chandigarh, India
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FBRs not to be put in civilian N-list, US told
New Delhi, February 9
India has never proposed or indicated to the US that it would put its Fast Breeder Reactors (FBRs) programme under the civilian list of nuclear facilities since the two countries are engaged in negotiations on implementation of the July 18 Indo-US Nuclear Agreement.

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Left says no to Mulayam, lays confidence in UPA
Kolkata, February 9
The CPI(M) politburo, though differing widely on the question of the continuance of the support to the UPA government, today rejected the Samajwadi Party leader’s, Mr Mulayum Singh, proposal for bringing a no-confidence motion against the Manmohan Singh government in the Budget session of the Lok Sabha.

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Communal turmoil in Leh, Army deployed
Jammu, February 9
Army and Central security forces were deployed in the Leh town of Ladakh region today when four houses were set on fire following clashes, between members of two communities, which entered the third day.

TV star Kuljeet Randhawa hangs herself to death
Mumbai, February 9
Television actress and model Kuljeet Randhawa (25) committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling fan of her apartment at Juhu in suburban Mumbai. According to the police, Randhawa was found hanging by her maid last night.   Kuljeet Randhawa
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Depraved teachers arrested
Uchana (Jind), February 9
First rape and then media glare. As if this was not enough, the school girls who were allegedly repeatedly raped by two of their teachers now face an uncertain future.

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Murh murh ke... girl dead
NadiraMumbai, February 9
Veteran actress Nadira died of cardiac arrest here this morning. She was 75. She lived alone with her maid servant. The end came early this morning at the Bhatia Hospital in downtown Mumbai where Nadira had been hospitalised for the past fortnight following a paralytic stroke. The actress had been in coma for some days, according to information available from the hospital.

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Los Angeles, February 9
While Irish rock band U2 took time out from saving the world to bask in Grammy glory, pop star Mariah Carey suffered a disappointing coda to her big comeback year. U2 won all five categories in which it was nominated yesterday, including the coveted awards for album and song of the year.
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Harbhajan set to miss 2nd ODI 
Harbhajan SinghRawalpindi, February 9 
There were more worries for the Indian think tank as Harbhajan Singh looked set to miss the second one-day international against Pakistan here on Saturday. The Punjab off-spinner sat out of the first tie at Peshawar early this week after bruising his bowling finger during practice. (Details in Sports page)

IT Dept Nets 60 cities
New Delhi, February 9
The Income Tax Department has networked its 170 offices in 60 cities, which will pave the way for kicking off a national data centre by June-end, enabling for the assessee to check and file the return online.


Navneet’s courage wins new groom
Assnadh (Karnal), February 9
In a significant development, Navneet Kaur, who had refused to marry a dowry-seeking boy of Nilokheri yesterday, tied knot with a boy of Karnal today. The marriage was solemnised between Navneet and Davinder Singh at the Milan Palace, Assandh, which had earlier been booked for her marriage with the Nilokheri boy.

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