Tuesday, September 19, 2006, Chandigarh, India
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Pak, India to jointly fight terror: PM
On Board Air India One, September 18
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said that President Pervez Musharraf had assured him “Pakistan has no hand” in perpetuating recent terror acts in India and had given an “explicit commitment” to work with India “to do all that in their control to control the scourge”. In video (56k)

Editorial: Victory at NAM
World page: Joint Indo-Pak protest for peace



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N-deal will sail through, says Talbott
New Delhi, September 18
Brookings Institution President and former Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott has said categorically that the Indo-US nuclear deal will go through smoothly. “We are going to get the nuclear deal and we have to work with it,” he said during a talk on US foreign policy at the Observer Research Foundation here today.

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SC notices on another PIL against Navin Chawla
New Delhi, September 18
The Supreme Court today took cognisance of yet another petition challenging the appointment of Election Commissioner Navin Chawala and issued notice to the Centre and the Election Commission with the direction that the fresh PIL would be heard with that filed earlier by BJP leader Jaswant Singh.

3 members of family, 2 others murdered
Jammu, September 18
Unidentified assailants brutally hacked to death three members of a family as well as their driver and servant in the posh locality of Trikuta Nagar here last night.

Grieving relatives of Ravi Chopra, who was found dead along with his family members, a servant and a driver at their residence in Jammu on Sunday. — PTI photo
Grieving relatives of Ravi Chopra, who was found dead along with his family members, a servant and a driver at their residence in Jammu on Sunday.

IIT admits ST boy after Arjun’s intervention
New Delhi, September 18
The IIT, Kharagpur, has increased the number of seats to accommodate Balram Tudu, a Scheduled Tribe candidate who had failed to make it to the IIT counselling, owing to a lapse on the part of the Postal Department. This has been done following Union HRD Minister Arjun Singh’s intervention.
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2 more found guilty in serial blasts
Mumbai, September 18
The Special Terrorism and Disruptives Activities Act Court today pronounced Asghar Mukadam and Shahnawaz Qureshi guilty of planting a bomb at Plaza Theatre as part of the March, 1993, Mumbai serial blasts.

Koda sworn in as CM
Ranchi,September 18
Madhu Koda (35), leader of the ruling UPA coalition, here was sworn in as the first Independent Chief Minister of Jharkhand today. He was administered the oath of office and secrecy by Governor Syed Sibte Razi at Morabadi Maidan in Ranchi. (Details on Nation page)

Punjab to set up education commission
Chandigarh, September 18
Facing criticism on the issue of education in the state, the Punjab Government has decided to set up a Punjab Education Commission to reform and standardise the primary, higher, technical and medical education in the state.
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