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Wednesday, July 26, 2006, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Govtís no to POTA
Motion on Mumbai blasts defeated
New Delhi, July 25
With the government rejecting the Opposition demand for revival of POTA to deal with terrorism, the adjournment motion on Mumbai blasts was defeated by a voice vote in the Lok Sabha as the BJP-led NDA staged a walkout.

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Two key arrests in Mumbai blasts
Mumbai, July 25
The Mumbai police has arrested two key persons in connection with the Mumbai blasts. They have been identified as Suhail Sheikh and Jameer Ahmed. According to the police, both of them were members of a cell belonging to the Lashkar-e-Toiba. Sheikh is said to be a graduate from Pune while Jameer owns a small shop at Nagpada in central Mumbai.

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The Hindustan- Tibet road beyond Reckong Peo was blocked at many points following landslides caused by moderate to heavy rainfall in the upper areas of the tribal district and Spiti valley in the past 24 hours.
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Govt offers to withdraw Venugopalís sack order
New Delhi, July 25
Dr P. VenugopalIn a volte face, the government today offered to withdraw the order for the removal of the AIIMS Director, Dr P. Venugopal, before the Delhi High Court which had declined to entertain its appeal against the single-judge Bench order granting interim stay on the termination of his service.

India, Pakistan Foreign Secretaries to meet in Dhaka
New Delhi, July 25
Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran will meet his Pakistani counterpart Riaz Mohammed Khan on the margins of SAARC Standing Committee in Dhaka on July 31 and August 1, but the talks will not be substantive.

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Jaswant Singh refuses to name mole
New Delhi, July 25
Former External Affairs Minister Jaswant Singh belied all hope of getting to the bottom of the "mole" in the PMO as he today stuck to his guns refusing to disclose the identity of the alleged US spy or to seek time from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to discuss the issue.

Killer couple in police net
Ludhiana, July 25
RajeevPoojaHe is just 28 and his alleged beloved only 23. They would easily pass off as any other next door boy and girl, but hidden behind their innocent looks is their shocking USP ó they earn their livelihood by killing persons and that too in such a manner that even hardened criminal would look up in awe at their meticulous planning and its execution.
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