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Saturday, July 29, 2006, Chandigarh, India
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Peace must for J&K’s progress, says Kalam
Srinagar, July 28
Stressing the need for restoration of peace and prosperity, the President, Dr A.P.J.Abdul Kalam, here today put forth nine-point “prosperity mission” for Jammu and Kashmir that could be undertaken on the basis of its core competence.
The Speaker of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, Mr Tara Chand, presents a samovar to President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam in Srinagar after he addressed a joint session of the Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council on Friday. — Tribune photo by Amin War
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The Speaker of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, Mr Tara Chand, presents a samovar to President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam in Srinagar after he addressed a joint session of the Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council on Friday
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Police still clueless about Mumbai blasts
Mumbai, July 28
Despite the arrests of 10 persons in the past week, the Anti-Terror Squad of the Mumbai police is clueless about the identity of those who carried out the seven serial blasts in the city’s trains on July 11.

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LeT may target N-installations: Narayanan
New Delhi, July 28 
Indian security and nuclear installations are under “very serious threat” from the Lashkar-e-Toiba which may be planning a “major assault”, National Security Adviser M.K. Narayanan said today.

PM’s security breach: trio granted bail
New Delhi, July 28
Curtains fell on the high drama that occurred at 7, Race Course Road, late last night with the three youngsters who scripted it being granted bail.

10 die as building collapses
Bagha(arki), July 28
As many as 10 labourers, including three children and a women, were killed and another four injured, one seriously, when an under construction private building they were sleeping in collapsed at Bagha village in Arki tehsil last night.




Rescuer pull out the body of a labourer from debris as a building collapsed at Bagha village in Solan district on Thursday night. — Photo by Anil Dayal
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HC puts Mattoo case on fast track
New Delhi, July 28
The Delhi High Court today admitted a CBI plea for the early hearing of the appeal in the sensational Priyadarshini Mattoo rape and murder case.

86 MPs seek sanctions against Israel
New Delhi, July 28
Cutting across the party line, 86 Members of Parliament today asked the government to immediately suspend arms purchases from Israel and seek global sanctions against it for its continued military strikes against Lebanon.

6 die in Israeli air raids
Beirut, July 28
Six civilians, including a Jordanian, were killed in Lebanon today as Israel launched a new wave of air strikes across the country, police said.
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2007 World Cup logo, mascot launched
New Delhi, July 28
The 2007 cricket World Cup logo, mascot and tournament schedule were launched at a function here last night.
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Rao govt knew about mole, claims Jaswant
New Delhi, July 28
Former External Affairs Minister Jaswant Singh today challenged the government to take legal action against him for not naming the spy and claimed that the P.V. Narasimha Rao government knew about the US mole in the PMO. In an interview with Mr Karan Thapar at the CNBC news channel, Mr Singh also alleged that the Rao government somehow indulged in leaking secrets about the country’s nuclear programme.

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