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India Gifts, Flowers to India

Thursday, January 18, 2007, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Congress leaves Mulayam
Floor test likely on Jan 31
Lucknow, January 17
The Congress added a little more chill for the Samajwadi Party on the eve of the winter session of the Vidhan Sabha beginning tomorrow by formally announcing “technically withdrawing support” to the 41-month-old Mulayam Singh Yadav government.

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BJP’s no to pact with BSP in UP
Delhi page: Cong wants President’s Rule in UP
Nation page: SP to boycott Parliament session

For Cong, old is gold
Bir Devinder, Singla kept in suspense
Chandigarh, January 17
Reposing faith in the old guard, the All-India Congress Committee named a few new faces and replaced some old warhorses with their spouses or siblings in a list of 98 candidates released tonight.
98 names cleared
Notification on poll today

Badal to file papers on Jan 22
(Details on Punjab page)

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New Delhi, January 17
India and China today began the next round of their two-day Special Representatives-level talks on boundary dispute, but there was no word on results.
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Shilpa case: Blair opposes racism
London, January 17
The alleged bullying and racist abuse of Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty on a popular UK reality TV show has sparked off a controversy in Britain, with Prime Minister Tony Blair saying racism should be opposed in all its forms when the issue was raised in British Parliament.

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CHINS UP: BSF jawans rehearse for the Republic Day parade in New Delhi on Wednesday. — AFP photo

Giani Gurdit Singh dead
Chandigarh, January 17
The eminent Punjabi writer and Shiromani Sahitkar, Giani Gurdit Singh (84), passed away here this morning after a prolonged illness. He died in his sleep at his Sector 4 home. Giani Gurdit Singh had served in the Punjab Languages Department and went on to become a legendary writer.


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‘Rang De Basanti’ out of Oscars race
New Delhi, January 17
Shortly after the high of securing a nomination at the prestigious BAFTA awards, disappointment came the way of “Rang De Basanti” with the film failing to make it to the list of nine movies shortlisted by the Oscars Academy in the foreign film category.

Samata Party revival imperils position of George loyalists
New Delhi, January 17
The proposed revival of the Samata Party has further imperilled the position of loyalists of former Janata Dal (United) President George Fernandes.

Two ULFA militants killed
Tinsukia (Assam), January 17
The Army today intensified its offensive against the banned ULFA in Assam, killing two militants, arresting another five and busting two militant camps.

Moin Khan stumped on home pitch
Karachi, January 17
Former Pakistan cricket captain and wicketkeeper Moin Khan was arrested for allegedly assaulting his wife, the police said today. Moin was arrested by the Darakshan Police in the city's posh Clifton area in the wee hours yesterday after a fight with his wife.
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