Monday, March 20, 2006, Chandigarh, India
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BJP suspends Khurana
New Delhi, March 19
Former Delhi Chief Minister and senior BJP leader Madan Lal Khurana was today suspended from the primary membership of the party hours after he announced his plans to attend expelled party leader Uma Bharati’s March 21 rally here.
Veteran politician Madan Lal Khurana talks to the media in New Delhi on Sunday
Veteran politician Madan Lal Khurana talks to the media in New Delhi on Sunday. — PTI photo

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109 arrested for Navi Mumbai riots
Mumbai, March 19
The Navi Mumbai police has arrested 109 persons on charges of rioting, the police said here today. While Navi Mumbai returned to normal, the police was carrying out round-up operations to seize crude weapons used to carry out violence.
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Navi Mumbai, March 19
After decades of playing the poor cousin to Mumbai’s glamorous business hubs of Nariman Point and Bandra-Kurla, Navi Mumbai came into its own only in this century.

Chandigarh airport to go international
Chandigarh, March 19
The Chandigarh Administration's proposal to upgrade Chandigarh Airport to international level has been cleared in principle, with the Union Government allocating a sum of Rs 40 crore for the purpose.

Nathpa Jhakri hydel project scales down generation
Shimla, March 19
Concerned over the extensive damage being caused to the turbines at the Nathpa Jhakri project due to excessive silt, the Union Ministry of Power has asked the Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam not to operate the project beyond the silt level of 4,000 ppm (parts per million).

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Asdullah wins silver
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Canada's Marie Pierre Boudreau Gagnon (below) and Isabelle Rampling (top) perform during their duet free routine final at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Center during the Commonwealth Games on Sunday. The Canadian pair won the gold medal. — AFP photo



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Khaleda Zia arriving today
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New Delhi, March 19
As Bangladesh Prime Minister sets foot here tomorrow afternoon on a state visit, there are no signals here of a thaw in Indo-Bangla ties which have remained frosty since Begum Zia came to power in October 2001.

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Washington, March 19
Former weapons inspector in Iraq, Mr David Albright, has sought to portray India as a proliferator at a time when the US Congress is considering legislation on allowing civilian nuclear trade with the country.

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Gurgaon’s air highest on nitrogen oxide levels
Maruti, DLF issued notices for emitting pollutants
Chandigarh, March 19
Almost all major developers and commercial giants in Gurgaon are in the dock for contributing to the fast rising nitrogen oxide levels in its air. In a recent crackdown on industrial and commercial set-ups using massive generator sets to meet power demands, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has found the level of nitrogen oxides in Gurgaon’s air to be three times the national average.

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