Tuesday, March 28, 2006, Chandigarh, India
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Dasmunshi submits report to PM
Office of profit issue
New Delhi, March 27
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has called a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs on March 30 to decide when Parliament should reconvene to enable the government to present a Bill defining an office of profit.

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Prince Charles keeps date with villagers
Bhatmajra rolls out the red carpet
Bhatmajra (Fatehgarh Sahib), March 26
The last that 85-year-old Mahender Singh had heard of the Britishers was in 1947. And today when he was told that his village would play host to the future King of England, Mahender Singh had to be there to watch this day go down in Indo-British history.
Britain’s Prince Charles is welcomed with Punjabi tradition by the farmers of Bhatmajra village in Fatehgarh Sahib district on Monday
Britain’s Prince Charles is welcomed with Punjabi tradition by the farmers of Bhatmajra village in Fatehgarh Sahib district on Monday. — Tribune photo by Pradeep Tewari

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Prince gets Maharaja welcome 

Patiala, March 27
Highly euphoric. This one expression aptly summed up the mood of spectators and organisers alike at the Yadvindra Public School stadium where Prince Charles arrived this evening to formally launch the Bhoomi Vardaan Foundation.

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Ms Preneet Kaur, MP, receives Princess Camilla Parker at Chandigarh Airport on Monday. — Tribune photo by Manoj Mahajan

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SC ruling on child marriages
Stays legal import of two HC verdicts
New Delhi, March 27
In a significant order, the Supreme Court today stayed the legal import of the recent judgements of the Delhi and Andhra Pradesh High Courts upholding “consensual sex and marriages” of minor girls with their lovers after eloping with them.

Fishermen-police clash claims one life 
Hyderabad, March 27
One person was killed and several critically injured today when the police opened fire on protesting fisher folk, who were affected by the upcoming Gangavaram Port.

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Justice Jain may be elevated to S.Court
DK JainChandigarh, March 27
The Chief Justice of the Punjab and Haryana High Court, Mr Justice DK Jain, is likely to be elevated to the Supreme Court by mid-April. According to sources, the collegium of the Supreme Court last week recommended his elevation to the Supreme Court. 

40 Jharkhand MLAs taken to Jaipur
New Delhi, March 27
In an effort to keep his flock together in the wake of disqualification petitions against several ruling side MLAs, Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda today took 40 of his NDA legislators to Jaipur immediately after landing at the airport here.

5 Army men killed, 9 hurt in road mishap
Jammu, March 27
Five Army men were killed and nine injured, six of them seriously, when an Army vehicle rolled into a gorge in Poonch district today, official sources said.

Siachen, Sir Creek resolvable: Pak
Islamabad, March 27
Virtually agreeing with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Pakistan today said the issues of Siachen and Sir Creek “are resolvable” but it required a “determined effort” by both countries. “We also believe that Siachen and Sir Creek are resolvable and that the two countries should make a determined effort,” Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson Tasnim Aslam told reporters here.

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