Tuesday, June 6, 2006, Chandigarh, India
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Rahul Mahajan arrested
New Delhi, June 5
Rahul Mahajan, who is in the ICU of Apollo Hospital, was arrested under the NDPS Act today. The police earlier told a local court that Rahul might be made an accused in the case. However, he will be in the hospital till the doctors allow him to be taken to the police station for questioning.

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Three Nigerians arrested in connection with the Rahul Mahajan case are paraded in front of the media at the Tughlak Road Police Station in New Delhi on Monday. Nation page
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Three Nigerians arrested in connection with the Rahul Mahajan case are paraded in front of the media at the Tughlak Road Police Station in New Delhi on Monday. — PTI photo

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Petrol up by Rs 4, diesel by Rs 2
New Delhi, June 5
Amid strong protests by the Left parties and a section of the ruling alliance, the Government today announced a hike in petrol prices by Rs 4 a litre and diesel by Rs 2 a litre with effect from midnight, while leaving domestic fuel LPG and kerosene untouched.

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No US pressure against Agni-III, says US General
New Delhi, June 5
The USA today sought to alley all speculation over possible pressure from Washington on New Delhi against the testing of intermediate range ballistic missile Agni-III, without pointing towards Pakistan, said other countries in the region had carried out similar testing.

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Dismisses plea by DIG, DSP in J&K sex racket
New Delhi, June 5
Saying a firm no, the Supreme Court today declined to entertain a plea for altering four interim orders of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court imposing stringent conditions for the CBI and lower courts for investigation and judicial proceedings in the sex scandal case allegedly involving several state politicians, bureaucrats, police and para-military officers.

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Chandigarh, June 5
German auto major Volkswagen may set up its Rs 1,700-crore manufacturing facility in Ropar. The Punjab Government has offered 300 acres of land on the outskirts of Ropar for the purpose.
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Capt Kohli case: abetment to suicide not ruled out
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Chandigarh, June 5
The court of inquiry(COI) investigating into the circumstances behind the death of Capt Sumit Kohli of 18 Rashtriya Rifles(RR) has been completed and sent up the chain of command for action.
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