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Governor to blame, says SC
Admits Centre’s appeal on HC-Raj Bhavan tussle
New Delhi, June 27
The Supreme Court today admitted the Centre’s appeal against the Allahabad High Court order on the transfer of the legal adviser to Uttar Pradesh Governor T V Rajeshwar, which has turned into a “confrontation” between him and the High Court Administration. The apex court, however, blamed Raj Bhavan for “precipitating” the crisis.

Fresh notices as VIPs refuse to vacate houses
New Delhi, July 27
Mr. Rahul Mahajan and late Pramod Mahajan’s family will probably vacate the 7 Safardarjung Luyten’s bungalow on July 3 but former Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha Najma Heptullah and a host of other politicians' including BJP leader, Jaswant Singh, won’t vacate their bungalows despite, the fresh eviction notices issued last week. 

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Washington, June 27
US President George W Bush, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley and Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Nicholas Burns met several Congressmen and Senators yesterday in a last-minute lobbying effort to impress upon them the importance of passing the legislation concerning the civil nuclear deal with India.



Sex racket: judicial custody for 2 ex-ministers
Srinagar, June 27
The Chief Judicial Magistrate here today remanded two former Jammu and Kashmir ministers, allegedly involved in the sex racket, in 14 days' judicial custody. Two former ministers Raman Matto and Ghulam Ahmad Mir are in the custody of the CBI since June 20.

3 water board officials suspended
Patiala, June 27
The Punjab Government, taking strict cognisance of the tragedy that struck this city on Saturday when two children met a watery grave, has placed under suspension three top officials of the Punjab Water Supply and Sewerage Board (PWSSB) today .

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Brazil’s Ronaldo (right) celebrates his goal against Ghana with team-mates during their second round World Cup match in Dortmund on Tuesday. Brazil won 3-0. — Reuters photo

Ukraine book date with Italy
Cologne, June 27
Man of the match Oleg Gusiev slotted home the decisive penalty here to book debutants Ukraine a place in the World Cup quarterfinals as they beat Switzerland 3-0 in a penalty shootout after a dull match had finished 0-0 after extra-time. The Ukrainians, whose lack of ambition matched that of the Swiss, will meet Italy in the last eight.
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Cops thrash woman in labour, killing baby
Amritsar, June 27
In a bizarre incident, a woman constable entered ‘labour room’ and started beating up nine-month pregnant Dalit woman, Raj, a resident of Kuttiwal village in Ajnala tehsil, leading to the death of her male child after delivery.
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