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Survey pegs growth at 8.1 pc
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*Industrial growth at 9 pc
New Delhi, February 27
Even as the economy is projected to grow at a robust 8.1 per cent in the current fiscal, the 2005-06 Economic Survey cautioned about the risks of inflation, hardening interest rate and fiscal deficit. In video (28k, 56k)

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MSP flaws: Survey blames Punjab, Haryana
New Delhi, February 27
While projecting an agricultural growth rate of 2.3 per cent in the current fiscal, the Economic Survey 2005-06 blames Punjab and Haryana for the flaws in the minimum support price systems.
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No erosion of N-doctrine, says PM
New Delhi, February 27
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today made his government’s first major policy announcement on the Indo-US nuclear deal when he told Parliament that while preparing a Separation Plan, there had been no erosion of India’s Nuclear Doctrine “either in terms of current or future capabilities”.

Opinions page: Nuke deal: country’s interests first

MPs seek retrial in Jessica murder case
New Delhi, February 27
The outrage over the sensational Jessica Lall murder case today got reverberated in both Houses of Parliament with members expressing deep concern over the acquittal of all nine accused in the case and vociferously demanding retrial.

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PUNJAB: Pawar seeks action over PDS diversion

HARYANA: New excise policy to break liquor traders’ monopoly

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J&K: Governor faces NC wrath on rights issue

CHANDIGARH: No new MC tax this time

LUDHIANA: SITs take over complex murder cases

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25 Tis Hazari lawyers face contempt charges
New Delhi, February 27
Taking a tough stand against the ongoing strike by lawyers of Tis Hazari Courts against shifting of certain courts to the new District Court complex at Rohini in North-West of the Capital, the Delhi High Court today barred them from holding demonstrations within a 500-metre radius of any court complex and initiated contempt proceedings against 25 advocates.

Charges framed against Salman, six others
Jodhpur, February 27
Charges were framed today against film actors Salman Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Tabu, Neelam, Sonali Bendre and two others by the Judicial Magistrate Dalpat Singh Raj Purohit here in a blackbuck poaching case. All accused were present when the charges were read out to the accused.

SAS Nagar to become a district
Mohali, February 27
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh today approved the formation of a new district in the state which would include Mohali, Dera Bassi and Kharar tehsils. The new district, to be initially named as Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, will include 436 villages falling within these tehsils and the five townships of Mohali, Kharar, Kurali, Zirakpur and Dera Bassi.

 
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