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Tuesday, November 28, 2006, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Maya case should go on, says SC
Taj Corridor: Special Judge to decide on chargesheet
New Delhi, November 27
In a major setback to BSP supremo and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati in the Rs 175-crore Taj Heritage Corridor scam, the Supreme Court today rejected the CBI Director’s report for closing the case and directed the agency to submit the entire material to the Special Judge, Lucknow.

Editorial: Maya in the soup

Crowning misery for Maya
Crowning misery for Maya

Pranab to visit Pakistan in Jan
New Delhi, November 27
The first formal Foreign Minister-level talks between India and Pakistan after the Mumbai blasts are likely to be held in Islamabad on January 14. In video (56k)

Fuel prices not to be cut: Govt
New Delhi, November 27
The government today maintained that there would be no cut in the prices of petrol and diesel and it was currently not even reviewing the prices.

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Two raps: 1 each for Brar and Amarinder
New Delhi, November 27
With the Assembly elections in Punjab barely a few months away, a worried Congress leadership was forced to step in today as the ongoing factional battle in the state party unit continues to simmer.

Kneadled: Wheat flour prices shoot up
All-Time High: Rs 14 to Rs 16
Chandigarh, November 27
Prices of wheat flour have touched an all time high of Rs 14 to Rs 16 per kg, thus upsetting the budget of most households. Never ever has the price of wheat flour - the staple diet in most North Indian homes - seen such a drastic rise.

Bedi’s name recommended for SC Judge
Chandigarh, November 27
The Supreme Court collegium is learnt to have recommended the name of the Bombay High Court Chief Justice, Mr Justice Harjit Singh Bedi, for elevation as Judge of the Supreme Court.

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Chup raho, MPs to Greg
New Delhi, November 27
Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee today led his parliamentarian colleagues to tick off Indian cricket coach Greg Chappel saying he need not “dictate to us”.
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Bharat Ratna: It is all in the family
Haryana CM recommends father’s name
Chandigarh, November 27
If Haryana’s heavyweight politicians have their way, the family of each of them will have a Bharat Ratna recipient.

Farmers’ suicides on decline in Maharashtra: Pawar
New Delhi, November 27
The government today informed the Lok Sabha that number of suicides by farmers due to agriculture- related problems in Maharashtra was on the decline.

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Abu Salem aide held guilty in 1993 blasts
Mumbai, November 27
Ahead of pronouncing its verdict on Sanjay Dutt in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case, the TADA court here today held an aide of gangster Abul Salem guilty of carrying weapons from the Bollywood actor’s residence to the house of a co-accused.
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Balasore, November 27
In a major breakthrough, country's defence scientists today successfully carried out a surface to surface missile interception over the Bay of Bengal brightening the prospects of development of an indigenous anti-missile shield. In video (56k)

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