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IIM, Ahmedabad, to go ahead with admissions
New Delhi, April 23
In a rebuke to the UPA government the Supreme Court today rejected its application for vacating the stay on the implementation of the OBC reservation in Central education institutions, holding that the Centre had not come up with any new facts warranting modification of the March 29 interim order which was final for the current academic year.

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New Delhi, April 23
The Delhi police today sent notices to four MPs named by a prime accused of the case Sunder Lal Yadav. The crime branch of the Delhi police sent notices to three BSP MPs from Uttar Pradesh ó Mitrasen Yadav (Faizabad), Ashok Rawat (Misrik) and Mohammad Tahir Khan (Sultanpur) ó and Ramswaroop Koli of the BJP, who represents Bayana in Rajasthan.

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Multi-crore urban development plans for Ludhiana and Amritsar have gone for a toss. The Punjab government failed to present its case properly to the central government after the Prime Minister announced the schemes in September, 2005. As a result, till date not a single paisa out of the promised Rs 2,053 crore city development project has been released for Ludhiana.

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Chandigarh, April 23
The Punjab and Haryana High Court today issued notices to the Punjab government and Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal over a public-interest litigation seeking quashing of recent appointments of chief parliamentary secretaries in the state.

3rd roundtable on J&K today
New Delhi, April 23
With the Hurriyat Conference continuing the boycott of the third round-table conference on Jammu and Kashmir to be held here tomorrow, there are expectations that it could breathe life into what has thus far remained a dormant dialogue process to find a consensual approach to the problems of the troubled border state.

No breakthrough in India-China talks
New Delhi, April 23
The special representatives-level talks between India and China on boundary dispute that ended yesterday followed the same pattern as nine such previous rounds: there was neither any breakthrough nor any breakdown.
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Boris Yeltsin, the first-ever popularly elected President in Russian history after triggering the final collapse of the Soviet Union, has died.

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Young life wasted in Army hospital
Chandigarh, April 23
A six-year-old boy admitted to the Army Hospital, Research and Referral (RR), New Delhi, for the past seven months, has become a quadriplegic, thereby losing the faculty of all five senses, perhaps permanently.

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