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Wednesday, April 25, 2007, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Standing Committee Cleared
PM dismisses Kasuriís claims

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh New Delhi, April 24
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh tonight dismissed Islamabadís claims that the two South Asian nuclear neighbours were nearing settlement on the Kashmir issue, while announcing the decision to set up the Standing Committee and Oversight and Monitoring Mechanism to implement the recommendations of the Working Groups of the Kashmir Roundtable Conference.

RBI to cut risk weightage
Home loans to cost less

New Delhi, April 24
There is good news for home loan borrowers! RBI's stance to reduce risk weightage for housing loans up to Rs 20 lakh to 50 per cent could lead to softening of rates by as much as 0.5 per cent.

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Gujarat Fake Encounter
3 IPS officers held

Ahmedabad, April 24
Three IPS officials, including one from Rajasthan, were today arrested by the Gujarat police on a charge of murder for their alleged role in the death of a man in a fake encounter here in 2005.

Quota Tangle
Govt asks CJI for early hearing
New Delhi, April 24
After failing to get the Supreme Courtís interim stay vacated on the OBC reservation in central education institutions (CEIs), the government today approached the Chief Justice of India for early hearing of a bunch of petitions challenging the validity of the new OBC Reservation Act in an effort to get it referred to a constitution Bench.

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Rice Procurement Scam
SC stays criminal proceedings against Punjab millers
New Delhi, April 24
The Supreme Court has stayed criminal proceedings against the owners of four rice mills in Punjab in cases arising out of a legal wrangle over the custody of paddy supplied to them by the Punjab Civil Supplies Corporation (PUNSUP) for shelling.

Wheat arrival down in Punjab, Haryana
Chandigarh, April 24
Wheat arrival in the mandis of Punjab is down by almost 28 per cent and in Haryana by 13 per cent this year. Holding back of stocks by farmers in order to get better renumeration for the produce later, hand harvesting to earn from the sale of wheat straw and late maturing of the crop have led to the slow arrivals.

UAE deports 39 Indians
Dubai, April 24
The UAE immigration authorities today deported 39 Indians, a day after they arrived here on fake visas looking for jobs.

Kalam not averse to second term
Air India One (Tanjore), April 24
President A P J Abdul Kalam on Tuesday indirectly said that he was not averse to the idea of serving a second term should the opportunity arise.
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No disclosure of answer sheets: CIC
New Delhi, April 24
This news may come as a heartbreak to the thousands of students appearing in various competitive as well as academic examinations in India.

One house, 2 VIP claimants
Chandigarh, April 24
It is a fight between VIPs, who have got involved in gaining control, or rather taking possession, of a palatial ministerial bungalow spread over more than 1 acre in the posh locality of sector 2 here. In this turf war, on the one side is deputy speaker of the Punjab Vidhan Sabha Satpal Gosain and on the other officials of the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

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