Monday, July 24, 2006, Chandigarh, India
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PM dares Jaswant to name mole
New Delhi, July 23
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today challenged former Union Minister and senior BJP leader Jaswant Singh to prove the allegation he made in his book “A Call to Honour” that there was a mole in the Prime Minister’s Office during the premiership of Mr P.V. Narasimha Rao.

Nation page: Jaswant’s book embarrasses BJP

Prince rescued, safe
Child was trapped in deep borewell for 48 hours
Shahabad (Kurukshetra), July 23
The safe rescue of five-year-old Prince late this evening proved to be the perfect birthday gift for the child who had fallen into a deep borewell at Hardaheri village in Kurukshetra district.
Army personnel carry Prince (centre) after his rescue from a pit in Kurukshetra Relief, ecstasy all around

CM gives relief

Army personnel carry Prince (centre) after his rescue from a pit in Kurukshetra on Sunday.
— AFP photo

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Two days after India asked it to deport Dawood Ibrahim, Pakistan has maintained that the international terrorist is not on its soil and said he will be arrested straightaway if any proof of his presence is given.

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ISI has overstepped all limits: The Dawn
New Delhi, July 23
Some two decades ago, the then Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto had told her Indian counterpart Rajiv Gandhi that the Inter Services Intelligence was going ahead with exporting terror to India despite her instructions to stop it.

Pak trade team visit to India put off
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Repeated assertions of the Punjab Government to slash its bloated bureaucracy notwithstanding, the state will soon add five more Director-Generals of Police to its existing list of four, besides enlarging the list of IAS officers in the Chief Secretary’s scale to a record number of 22.

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Northern hilly states set to become floriculture hub
New Delhi, July 23
Punjab and Haryana governments may still be struggling for agricultural diversification of wheat-paddy cycle, but neighbouring Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir along with Uttaranchal and some North-eastern states are fast becoming hubs for floriculture exports.

Trishul test-fired
Balasore, July 23
The country’s most sophisticated short-range surface-to-air missile Trishul was test-fired from a range near here today, defence sources said. The missile was test-fired from a mobile launcher at the Integrated Test Range at Chandipur-on-Sea, about 15 km from here, at about 11.50 am. Trishul was targeted at a micro-light aircraft that had been flown in earlier. — PTI


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Chandigarh, July 23
Deeply concerned and hurt over ‘‘disfiguring’’ Le Corbusier's master plan with regards to the development of Chandigarh, a group of non-political, original inhibitors of the city, have sought the intervention of Congress President Sonia Gandhi to put an immediate end to the haphazard development in the city and on it’s periphery.

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