Tuesday, May 16, 2006, Chandigarh, India
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Doctors say no to Arjun
Anti-quota stir spreads
New Delhi, May 15
Medical services in several parts of the country were disrupted as the anti-reservation agitation spread to Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Ludhiana, Chandigarh, Kanpur and several other cities today.
In video: Doctors continue strike in Delhi. (28k, 56k)
Cop suspended for lathi charge on doctors
Editorial: Not by lathi blows
Nation page: Sonia skirts comments on reservation
Minorities front against roll back in quota
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Pranab for consensus on quota issue
New Delhi, May 15
Threatened with the nationwide stir by medical students on the reservation issue getting intensified, the government tonight said it would evolve a consensus on the quota issue, and find a mechanism to take care of the interests of all sections of society.

NAC, 45 other posts to be exempted from “profit” list
New Delhi, May 15
The bill seeking to exempt chairperson of the National Advisory Council and 45 other posts from the purview of the “office of profit” is expected to be introduced tomorrow.
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CO, Major indicted for raping lady officer
Chandigarh, May 15
The commanding officer of an air defence regiment based in the Western Sector has been indicted by an army court of inquiry (CoI) for allegedly raping a recently commissioned lady officer posted in his own unit over a period of time, it is learnt.

Yet another Black Monday as Sensex sheds 463 points
Mumbai, May 15
The bottom fell out of the country’s stock market, whose benchmark Sensex lost 463 points today, as there was a rush of selling by investors following a meltdown in metal prices as also key global markets.

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Govt rules out reduction in forces in J&K
New Delhi, May 15
The UPA government today ruled out any troop reduction in Jammu and Kashmir and made it clear that it would firmly deal with terrorism while continuing dialogue with “responsible” groups and individuals to restore peace in the state.

Shekhawat, Somnath in conflict
Sansadiya Television Network
New Delhi, May 15
A situation of conflict is arising between the Presiding Officers of the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha over the Sansadiya Television Network (STN) — two separate Doordarshan channels for the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha whose trial run started four days ago.

Mass cremations: relief ordered for kin of 45
New Delhi, May 15
The National Human Rights Commission has directed the Punjab Government to pay compensation of Rs 2.5 lakh each to the next of kin of 45 persons who had allegedly died in police custody and anti-terror drive during 1984-1994.

Monkey brings down Taj vase
Lucknow, May 15
The Taj Mahal that has weathered many a storm over the centuries, however, could not bear some jostling by a monkey who brought down a tiny flower vase carved atop the sandstone turret on the main entrance gate of the monument.




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