Tuesday, November 7, 2006, Chandigarh, India
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Sealing on, govt in a bind
*Traders call for bandh
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Schools closed for two days
New Delhi, November 6
The Centre today expressed helplessness in providing relief from sealing to traders in the National Capital in the wake of the Supreme Court’s verdict, even as the Group of Ministers pondered over the possible legislative options available to salvage the situation.

Delhi page: Assembly adjourned on sealing issue

Traders raise slogans against the decision of the Supreme Court on the sealing issue in New Delhi on Monday. CLENCHED-FIST RESPONSE: Traders raise slogans against the decision of the Supreme Court on the sealing issue in New Delhi on Monday. — Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal

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Stung by the criticism by political parties about the proposed nuclear deal with the US, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today regretted that these leaders did not appreciate the changing contours of the country's relationship with the world.

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Bhuley to nahin? Former Indian captain Saurav Ganguly lifts his bat after scoring a century for East Zone against North Zone on the third day of the Duleep Trophy match at Nehru Stadium in Guwahati on Monday. — PTI

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Mumbai, November 6
The nudging of BCCI President Sharad Pawar by the Australia- ns during the Champions Trophy prize distribution ceremony evoked sharp criticism today from Sachin Tendulkar and former cricketer Kiran More who described the gesture as “unpleasant”.
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SC okays panel on ragging
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After accepting the guidelines laid down by a committee of former CEC J.M. Lyngdoh for regulating student union electi- ons in the country, the Supre- me Court today allowed the government to set up another panel under former CBI Director R.K. Raghvan to suggest measures to curb ragging in educational institutions.

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