Friday, November 3, 2006, Chandigarh, India
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Carry on sealing: SC
Tough to implement: MCD
New Delhi, November 2
Traders agitating against the sealing of illegal shops in residential areas here, ordered by the Supreme Court, did not get immediate relief from the court today as applications of the Centre and the Municipal Corporation of Delhi for halting it could not be taken up for hearing.

Jan Morcha, CPI and NCP activists demonstrate against the MCDís sealing drive in New Delhi on Thursday. ó PTI photo
Jan Morcha, CPI and NCP activists demonstrate against the MCDís sealing drive in New Delhi on Thursday.

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A senior United Nations official who allegedly used his influence to procure more than $ 50 million in U.N. contracts for an Indian American businessman in exchange for prime Manhattan real estate was yesterday arrested in New York.

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