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Monday, September 3, 2007, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

GSLV fires on all cylinders
The 49-metre rocket carrying the Insat-4CR satellite blasts off from the Sriharikota space station on Sunday.Places INSAT-4CR in orbit
Sriharikota, September 2
In spite of initial hiccups due to a technical snag, Indiaís largest rocket GSLV-F04, carrying communication satellite INSAT-4CR, was launched successfully at 6.20 pm from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre here today.

The 49-metre rocket carrying the Insat-4CR satellite blasts off from the Sriharikota space station on Sunday. ó PTI photo

123 stand-off: Left diatribe unabated
N-panel formation likely today
New Delhi, September 2
Even as truce seems to have been worked out in the form of setting up of a committee on the nuclear deal, which is expected tomorrow, the Congress and the Left have not stopped from attacking one another. "Now it is for the government to decide whether to plunge into crisis or not. ó Sitaram Yechury

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When it comes to earning money, Mukesh Ambani is way ahead of not only his younger brother Anil, but the top brass of entire India Inc. With a package of close to Rs 25 crore, Mukesh takes home over 10 times the annual remunera- tion of his brother Anil - with whom he parted ways over two years ago.

Baby reunited with parents
Karnal, September 2
After a 24-hour ordeal, an eight-day-old boy was today reunited with his parents from whom he was separated following the annulment of their marriage by a village panchayat because they shared the same lineage.

RDX found before Badalís visit
Mullanpur Dakha, September 2
Twelve hours before the visit of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal to the city, the local police seized over 3 kg of RDX with detonators and other accessories from a Maruti Esteem car on the Ludhiana-Jagraon road, near Mullanpur Dakha, last night.

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Impressive victory for Khanduri
Dehra Dun, September 2
Uttarakhand Chief Minister B.C. Khanduri defeated Congress candidate Surinder Singh Negi in Dhumakot Assembly bye-election by a big margin of 14,000 votes as per the result declared today.

 

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A group of scientists have suggested pushing the Indian Standard Time (IST) by half-an-hour making it six hours ahead of GMT citing several benefits, including peak load energy savings to the tune of 16 per cent.

Celebrating International Year of Planet Earth
Revisiting earthís history through rocks
Chandigarh, September 2
The 1,200 million-year-old limestone rock from Morni will form part of 51 rock chunks to be displayed at Government Museumís open air mother earth gallery in Chandigarh. It will now be easy to span millions of years in a second. Sixty years after Independence, a team of geology and museum experts from the region have come together to bring home precious geological heritage lying buried in the Himalayas.
The 1,200 million-year-old limestone rock from Morni will form part of 51 rock chunks to be displayed at Government Museumís open air mother earth gallery in Chandigarh. ó Tribune photo by Manoj Mahajan

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