Saturday, November 4, 2006, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Manu seeks new Bench
I will not give in: Jethmalani
New Delhi, November 3
Model Jessica Lall murder case key accused Manu Sharma today made a plea through his counsel Ram Jethmalani to transfer the case from a division Bench of the Delhi High Court to another Bench if it felt that there was media pressure on it the wake of a recent report in a newspaper.

UK calms India’s nuclear nerves
New Delhi, November 3
The visiting Foreign Minister of United Kingdom, Ms Margaret Beckett, today made two suo motu important assurances which would be music to the ears of the Indian leadership.

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Review law and order first, says MCD
New Delhi, November 3
In the continued turns and twists in the government stand on the issue of sealing of illegal shops in Capital’s residential areas on the face of strong protest by traders, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) today moved another application in the Supreme Court for stop the drive indefinitely, linking it to the law and order problem.

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Punjab poll jitters
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New Delhi, November 3
There is a strong view in the Congress that the party should not hesitate to drop at least 25-odd sitting MLAs in Punjab when candidates are picked for the next year’s Assembly elections.

India captain Rahul Dravid was named Captain of the World Test Team while Sri Lankan skipper Mahela Jayawardene won the Captain of the Year award at the ICC Annual Awards function in Mumbai on Friday Australia’s captain Karen Rolton won the first-ever Women’s Player of the Year
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New Delhi, November 3
After the highly popular film 'Lage Raho Munnabhai' helped the young to rediscover the Mahatma, the Congress party’s youth wing is zeroing in on film stars to propogate Gandhian values.

Indian UN official granted bail
New York, November 3
A US court has granted bail to a senior Indian official on deputation to the United Nations, who was arrested for allegedly steering UN contracts to Indian firms in return for valuable real estate in Manhattan.

TCIL denies hand in UN bribery case
New Delhi, November 3
Public sector Telecom Consultants India Limited (TCIL) has made it clear that it was not involved in the alleged United Nations bribery case involving $ 50 million a top ranking official of the company today said.

Ardh Kumbh to dispel AIDS myths
New Delhi, November 3
The Uttar Pradesh Network of People Living With HIV AIDS (PLWHA) is determined to make optimum use of the mass appeal of the forthcoming Ardh Kumbh Mela in Allahabad.

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Army moves to shoot down stress in soldiers
Chandigarh, November 3
Faced with the increasing incidents of stressed-out soldiers committing suicide or turning their weapons on their own officers and fellow soldiers, the Army has drawn up plans to reorganise the Rashtriya Rifles (RR), its counter-insurgency force deployed in Jammu and Kashmir.

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