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Wednesday, August 23, 2006, Chandigarh, India
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2 ministers resign on Telengana
New Delhi, August 22
In an attempt to save and retrieve their political space in Andhra Pradesh, the two ministers of the regional Telengana Rastra Samiti (TRS) resigned from the Manmohan Singh government this evening.

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TRS departure good riddance for Cong MLAs

Sandeep hurt as pistol goes off accidentally in Shatabdi
Kurukshetra/Chandigarh, August 22
World Cup-bound hockey star Sandeep Singh sustained a bullet injury in his right hip today when the pistol of an ASI of the Railway Protection Force (RPF) went off accidentally while he was travelling by Kalka-New Delhi Shatabdi Express to join the Indian team for next month’s World Cup in Germany.
Indian hockey’s penalty corner specialist Sandeep Singh’s mother holds his hands as he lies in the PGI with gunshot injuries sustained in an accidental firing on board the Shatabdi Express on Tuesday morning
Indian hockey’s penalty corner specialist Sandeep Singh’s mother holds his hands as he lies in the PGI with gunshot injuries sustained in an accidental firing on board the Shatabdi Express on Tuesday morning. — Tribune photo by Pradeep Tewari
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London, August 22
Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has warned that his team could pull out of the one-day series against England if he is not cleared of ball tampering allegations.

A Pakistani reader holds a newspaper featuring a cartoon showing Australian umpire Darrell Hair as a hen laying an egg of ‘ball tampering’ in Islamabad on Tuesday
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Anti-quota protesters clash with police
New Delhi, August 22
The police today used water cannon and lobbed tear gas shells to disperse a section of the anti- quota students protesting against the government’s decision to introduce a Bill in Parliament proposing reservations in government aided elite educational institutions.

Mumbai police kills one Pak ‘terrorist’, nabs another
Mumbai, August 22
The Mumbai police today claimed to have killed one Pakistani terrorist and nabbed another in an early morning operation in the city’s Antop Hill area today.
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Foreign currency worth Rs 50 lakh looted
Jalandhar, August 22
Four two-wheeler-borne armed clean-shaven youths looted foreign currency worth more than Rs 50 lakh from a foreign currency exchange company around 5.30 am today.

Woman commits ‘sati’ in Madhya Pradesh
Sagar (MP), August 22
A woman died after allegedly jumping into her husband’s funeral pyre in Tulsipur village, about 80 km from here, prompting authorities to launch a magisterial probe when people dubbed the incident as an act of ‘‘sati’’, officials said.

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Delhi HC stays recovery of training expenses
Chandigarh, August 22
The Delhi High Court has stayed the recovery of training expenses from a cadet of the College of Military Engineering (CME), who was discharged from the institute after he attempted to commit suicide.

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