2007, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Bofors is back Quattrocchi held in Argentina
New Delhi, February 23
Controversial Italian businessman Ottavio Quattrocchi, wanted in the Bofors case for the past 14 years, has been detained in Argentina and the CBI will ask for extradition to India.
Cricket anchor Mandira Bedi wears one of the exclusive World Cup 2007 themed saris during a press conference in New Delhi on Friday. E-Bay India will auction interesting collectibles as part of their “Cricket Mania”, lending support to the Indian team for next month's World Cup.
— Tribune Photo by Mukesh
on Pakistan: Kalam New Delhi, February 23
While expressing satisfaction with
the Indo-Pak dialogue process, President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
categorically said today the success of the composite dialogue between
the two neighbours hinged on Islamabad stopping the use of its territory
for terrorist activities.
Go ahead with March 11 Beas poll, says SC New Delhi, February 23
The Punjab and Haryana High Court order, asking the Election Commission to have the polling for Beas Assembly seat on February 26 or prior to that, was today stayed by the Supreme Court brushing aside the Congress party’s apprehension that the election results would impact the poll there to be held on March 11.
suspect sent to Panipat Bikaner, February 23
The man, who resembles one of the
two police sketches of the suspects of the Samjhauta Express blasts, was
today sent to Panipat for further interrogation though his identity
SC: Exclusion of ‘creamy layer’ is constitutional New Delhi, February 23
In a significant ruling on the implementation of the creamy layer formula by the states, the Supreme Court said today that the exclusion of reserved categories people falling in its ambit from the quota benefit was necessary as the determination of creamy layer is a part of the constitutional scheme.
Fake Connection Scam
Kaithal magistrate hangs up on govt Chandigarh, February 23
In a setback to the efforts of the Haryana Government to withdraw criminal cases registered against top honchos of leading mobile companies in the fake connections scam, a Kaithal court has disallowed a request in this regard.
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