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Thursday, November 30, 2006, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

MPs bicker over Soren and his ilk
New Delhi, November 29
The two Houses of Parliament today witnessed uproarious scenes as the Opposition and ruling Benches traded charges against each other on the Shibu Soren issue with the Opposition targeting Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for inducting “tainted” ministers but the ruling alliances gave it back, saying that L K Advani had continued as Deputy Prime Minister despite being chargesheeted in the Babri Masjid demolition case. In video (56k)

Condition of Soren stable

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By H. K. Dua
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HE political system that has come to prevail for the last few years across the country stands totally exposed with two orders that have just come out of the judiciary’s portals. On Monday, the Supreme Court stripped the CBI of the fig leaf of its autonomy by virtually ordering that Ms Mayawati’s trial in the Taj Corridor scandal must continue.

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Jessica LallJessica verdict reserved
New Delhi, November 29
The Delhi High Court today reserved its order on an appeal challenging the acquittal of all nine accused, including Manu Sharma, son of former union minister Venod Sharma, in the high-profile Jessica Lall murder case after the prosecution wrapped up its rebuttal of defence contentions.

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Sreesanth unsuccessfully appeals for lbw against South African batsman Herschelle Gibbs during the fourth ODI on Wednesday. — AFP photo
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Molestation of NCC cadet
Lt-Col suffers loss of service
Chandigarh, November 29
A general court martial (GCM) today held a lieutenant-colonel guilty of molesting an NCC cadet during a training camp held at Chandigarh last year.

Nation page: 21 top military officers facing graft charges

8 to 5 Protest
No HR buses for Delhi today
Yamunanagar, November 29
Haryana Roadways buses originating from the 22 depots, including Chandigarh depots and 19 sub-depots, would not enter Delhi on Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. The buses make 1780 trips to Delhi daily.

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Women paddlers begin in style 
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No, baba, it wasn’t Gandhi: Ramdev
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Frozen in time, soldier’s voice comes to life
Chandigarh, November 29
For years, Mall Singh languished in the archives of Germany’s Humboldt University as a ‘dead sound’ file. His sole identity was “Sound Recording no. 619” , the one given to him by German scientists after capturing his voice on Shellac records. He was to be part of the Museum of all Languages of the World, nothing more.

Nation page: Dalit youth beaten to death

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Petrol stations wear deserted look

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