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IAEA report sent to Security Council
Immediate sanctions on Iran ruled out
New Delhi, March 9
IAEA Director-General Mohamed ElBaradei transmitted his report on Iran’s nuclear programme to the UN Security Council, at the close of the Agency´s Board of Governors meeting in Vienna today. He described it as “a new phase of diplomacy” and called for a “cool-headed approach” from all parties.

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Piyush Chawla, playing in his first Test, fails to stop a shot by England's Andrew Strauss in the first innings of the first day of the second Test between India and England in Mohali on Thursday. England were 163 for four at close of play. Piyush Chawla, playing in his first Test, fails to stop a shot by England's Andrew Strauss in the first innings of the first day of the second Test between India and England in Mohali on Thursday. England were 163 for four at close of play.
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Mohali cops book Dhami for sedition
Mohali, March 9
Kanwarpal Singh Dhami Within a day of the Punjab Police having picked up Khalistan ideologue Dr Jagjit Singh Chohan, the Mohali police today arrested Khalistan sympathiser Kanwarpal Singh Dhami of the Akal Federation on charges of sedition and making anti-national statements.

Zee News showed doctored clip: Bittu
Ludhiana, March 9
Mr Daljit Singh Bittu, president of the Shiromani Khalsa Dal, today alleged that there was a “definite design” by the Indian state to malign the image of people, who were fighting for their democratic and constitutional rights. He regretted that certain media organisations also appeared to be playing into the hands of the (Indian) state and were becoming part of the design. (Details in Punjab page)

Punjab page: Fresh case against Chohan; Khalsa Raj Party office sealed
Badal for probe into controversial TV programme
Anti-national forces won’t be spared: Amarinder

Sikh MPs meet Home Minister
Seek probe into TV report on "Khalistan"
New Delhi, March 9
Peeved by the telecast of a talk show, featuring some leaders of the erstwhile "Khalistan" movement, in a popular TV channel, some Sikh MPs today met Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil and sought a probe into what provoked the channel to run the programme almost 15 years after the separatist movement had died.

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Sketches of suspects released
Lashkar-e-Kahar claims triggering Varanasi blasts
Varanasi, March 9
The police today released computer-generated sketches of two suspected terrorist behind the serial blasts in Varanasi. Eyewitnesses confirmed that the likeness was of the two persons who had left a bag containing a pressure cooker containing bombs at a roadside “golgappa” vendor near the Ganges hotel.

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Pak SC upholds death sentence to Sarbjit
His family seeks Kalam’s help
Amritsar, March 9
Even as the Double Bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan has upheld the death sentence of Sarbjit Singh, alias Manjit Singh, his wife Sukhpreet Kaur and sister Dalbir Kaur today sought immediate intervention of the President, Mr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, to save him as he is a victim of mistaken identity.

Railways challenge Godhra order
Gandhinagar, March 9
A division bench of the Gujarat High Court on Thursday reserved its order for next week on a petition challenging the single judge order on the U. G. Bannerjee Commission report relating to the Sabarmati Express train carnage probe.

Raj Thackeray floats party
Mumbai, March 9
Bal Thackeray’s nephew Raj Thackeray today launched his new party, 80 days after he split away from the Shiv Sena. Raj, who is wooing the youth with a promise of new Maharashtra, has named his outfit as Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS).

SC clears Haryana Principals' promotion provisionally
New Delhi, March 9
The Supreme Court has made the retrospective promotion of certain Principals of Haryana Government schools subject to the final outcome of a petition by some of their colleagues challenging it on the ground that their seniority had been ignored by the Education Department.



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