2007, Chandigarh, India
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PM: Pacts on Siachen, Sir Creek far away On Board PM’s Special Aircraft, January 15
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today indicated that India and Pakistan were still some distance away from signing an agreement on resolving the Siachen and Sir Creek disputes.
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PM not to contest from Amritsar New Delhi, January 15
With Prime Minister Manmohan Singh declining to contest the byelection to the Amritsar parliamentary seat, political temperature in the Capital have heated up as the Central Election Authority of the Congress is meeting tomorrow evening to decide on the candidates for the 117 Assembly and the lone Lok Sabha seat.
Daredevil riders show their paces in New Delhi on Army Day.
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Tsunami kidney scam to be probed Chennai, January 15
While there has been a sea change in women power post tsunami in Tamil Nadu, there are some who are not so lucky and because of poverty were forced to sell their organs which is otherwise banned by law.
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Corruption cases: Badal for review New Delhi, January 15
Former Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal is seeking a review of
the Supreme Court judgement, rejecting his petition on the question of
sanction for his prosecution in corruption cases K.K. Venugopal told the
court today while arguing the case of state’s Deputy Chief Minister
Rajinder Kaur Bhattal.
6-yr-old girl dies after ‘beating’ by teacher Amritsar, January 15
Simran (6), a class I student of a private-run Guru Amardas Public School situated at Shaheed Udham Singh Nagar here, died allegedly due to severe beating by her teacher late last evening.
A house for Mr Harbhajan in Sec 9 Chandigarh, January 15
The City Beautiful will soon have another star as its permanent resident. Impressed by the neat and clean environs of the city, off-spinner Harbhajan Singh has decided to make it his home.
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