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Wednesday, April 11, 2007, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Airport flight
Goodbye Halwara, hello Sahnewal
Chandigarh, April 10
The proposal to set up an international airport at Halwara has been finally dumped and a new project plan has been prepared for setting up such an airport at Sahnewal, near Ludhiana.

Amarinder meets Sonia
New Delhi, April 10
Former Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh today went to the 10 Janpath residence of Congress president Sonia Gandhi to meet her and convey his views on the case registered against him in the Ludhiana city centre controversy.

City Centre Scam
NBWs against Today officials
Ludhiana, April 10
In the city centre scam case, a city court today issued non-bailable arrest warrants against three officials of Today Home Infrastructures Pvt. Limited.


Lucky escape for 190 air passengers
Amritsar, April 10
A total of 190 passengers on board a Turkmenistan airline had a lucky escape after one of the plane's rear tyres caught fire immediately after landing at the international Rajasansi Airport here.

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New Delhi, April 10
With 27 per cent OBC quota in central institutions of higher learning caught up in a legal battle, the Centre today said it was examining all options under the law to resolve the issue at the earliest.


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New Delhi, April 10
In an encouraging development for the CBI, which is hunting for Ravi Shankaran, the main accused in the navy war room leak case, a British court has issued an arrest warrant against him.

ĎPravin sought 1 cr from Pramodí
Mumbai, April 10
Pravin Mahajan had threatened his brother Pramod when the late BJP leader refused to meet his demand of Rs 1 crore a few days before he shot him last year, Pramodís wife, Rekha, a key witness in the murder case, told a court today.


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Did Sachin cut this cake & eat it too?

New Delhi, April 10
Sachin Tendulkar found himself at the centre of another controversy following a report by a television channel that he had cut a cake in the colours of the National Flag during the Indian teamís stay in the West Indies last month.

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Clearing the decks for the $ 7 billion Iran-Pakistan-India gas pipeline project, the government here today approved the gas sharing arrangement with New Delhi.

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Mumbai, April 10
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Mumbai, April 10
Tension is running high in Maharashtraís sensitive Marathwada region after a statue of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar was desecrated this morning.

Sukhbir to contest from Sirhind?
Chandigarh, April 10
In what could add a new twist to the political scenario in Punjab, there are under currents within the Shiromani Akali Dal that Sukhbir Badal is all set to contest an election from an Assembly constituency and seek a formal entry to the Punjab Vidhan Sabha.

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