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Tuesday, December 5, 2006, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Singur, Ambedkar stall Parliament
New Delhi, December 4
The ongoing protests against a controversial car project in Singur, West Bengal and desecration of the statue of B R Ambedkar in Kanpur rocked Parliament today with both Houses plunging into a pandemonium.

Naxalites ransack Tata showroom
Rajnath held; Mamata begins fast
Kolkata, December 4
The glasspanes of a Tata Motors showroom damaged by CPI (Maoist) activists, in protest against the acquisition of farm land in Singur for a Tata factory, at Beckbagan area in Kolkata on Monday.
Naxalites protesting against the eviction of farmers at Singur smashed and ransacked Tata Motors’ showroom on Shakespeare Sarari in the Chowringhee area here today.
The glasspanes of a Tata Motors showroom damaged by CPI (Maoist) activists, in protest against the acquisition of farm land in Singur for a Tata factory, at Beckbagan area in Kolkata on Monday. — PTI photo
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Dalit massacre: report blames Deshmukh govt
Mumbai, December 4
The Vilasrao Deshmukh government in Maharashtra is on the backfoot with a premier state agency pointing fingers at senior officials for playing down the rape and murder of a Dalit family in September last.
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Several high-profile and key Assembly constituencies in Punjab will see the deployment of Central forces during the forthcoming Assembly elections in the state.

Sadhu Yadav surrenders
Patna, December 4
In what is apparently a big blow to the Railway Minister, Mr Lalu Prasad, his high profile brother-in-law and RJD MP from Gopalganj, Sadhu Yadav, surrendered before the Special Vigilance Court today.

Central rule in UP unlikely
New Delhi, December 4
The UPA government is unlikely to impose President’s rule in Uttar Pradesh despite the strong demand for the dismissal of the Mulayum Singh Yadav government from the BJP, Bahujan Samaj Party and a section of the Congress.

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‘I’ll anchor KBC in my style’
New Delhi, December 4
Badshah of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan addresses a press conference in New Delhi on Monday.
“This re-launch of ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ will be different from the last version,” said Shah Rukh Khan.

Badshah of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan addresses a press conference in New Delhi on Monday. — Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal

Heavy snowfall in Kashmir
One-way traffic on Srinagar-Jammu road
Srinagar, December 4
People in the Kashmir valley and Ladakh region continued to shiver under severe cold because of heavy snowfall causing considerable drop in temperature.

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Sidhu case: Parties on back foot
Navjot Singh SidhuChandigarh, December 4
The decision on the quantum of sentence to be awarded to BJP MP Navjot Singh Sidhu in the Gurnam Singh case and the legal battle that may ensue looks set to give a new twist to the political activity in the state.
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