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Wednesday, September 12, 2007, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

In & Out in Pak
Sharif party turns to SC
Files contempt proceedings against top govt officials
The PML-N moved the Supreme Court on Tuesday for contempt proceedings against top government figures for deporting former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in violation of Supreme Court ruling, amid media blitz by the government that Sharif opted the comfort of exile over jail. Khawaja Asef, MP of Nawaz Sharif faction of the Pakistan Muslim (PML-N), and Hamza Shahbaz, son Punjab former chief minister Shahbaz Sharif, filed the contempt petition.

World page: Pervez denies role in Sharif’s deportation
Suicide blast kills 16 in Pak

N-deal: UPA-Left huddle frames broad issues
New Delhi, September 11
The first meeting of the UPA-Left committee on the Indo-US civil nuclear cooperation agreement today framed the broad issues for discussion even as there was no indication from either side that it would tone down its public stance on the contentious aspects of the deal.

9/11 comes around again, as emotive
as ever
New York, September 11
New Yorkers are doing all they can to preserve the way September 11 is commemorated, and with it falling on a Tuesday for the first time since 2001, the day is another trigger of tragic memories.
(Details on World page)
President Pratibha Patil beats the 'World Peace Gong', during the launch of a special exhibition, 'India 's March to freedom from: 1857 to 1947 - Kranti to Gandhi, Raj to Swaraj' at Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, in New Delhi
PEACE RINGS OUT: President Pratibha Patil beats the 'World Peace Gong', during the launch of a special exhibition, 'India 's March to freedom from: 1857 to 1947 - Kranti to Gandhi, Raj to Swaraj' at Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, in New Delhi on Tuesday. — PTI


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Virk in 14-day judicial custody
Mohali, September 11
All those who were present in the court of sub-divisional judicial magistrate Lalit Singla would not have seen such proceedings often when he remanded former DGP (Punjab) S.S. Virk to 14-day judicial custody.

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Amarinder’s statement on ‘cats’ absurd, says Mann
Virk’s condition softens Vigilance?
Vigilance to wait till Virk’s discharge
CM evades queries on Virk

Maya takes on IPS, suspends 12 top officers
Selection of 6,504 cops from 12 districts annulled
Lucknow, September 11
Taking the bull by its horns, the Mayawati government today suspended 12 DIG-level IPS officers for “gross irregularities” in the recruitment of 6,504 constables in the civil police and Provincial Armed Constabulary during the Mulayam Singh Yadav regime.


The Tribune to launch Haryana Edition on Friday
Despite its problems, Haryana has been moving on a fast track for several years. Its economy is growing at a rate which is the envy of its neighbours. Essentially an agricultural State, it is witnessing considerable industrial growth, which should show results in a few years. Because of its inherent strength and proximity to Delhi, Haryana has become conscious of the idea of progress.
— H. K. Dua


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2 IAF pilots die in crash
Hyderabad, September 11
Two pilots of the Indian Air Force (IAF) were killed when a ‘Kiran’ trainer aircraft crashed on the city’s outskirts in the wee hours today. The aircraft crashed immediately after take-off near Hakimpet at 3. am in an open ground, about 10 km from the Hakimpet Airforce Academy. The bodies were burnt beyond recognition, the police said. Squadron Leader Bhagat (33) and trainee pilot U.C Pathi (26) died in the accident. — PTI

PM calls for rational use of water
New Delhi, September 11
Calling for a paradigm shift in demand management of water, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said that the country cannot continue to subsidise the economic and commercial use of water. In his inaugural address at the National Congress on Groundwater, he emphasised the need for efficient, economical and more rational use of water.

Rajiv killing financier arrested
New Delhi, September 11
Top LTTE terrorist Kumaran Padmanathan alias KP, a key accused in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, has been arrested in Bangkok and the CBI has sought his immediate extradition from Thailand. KP allegedly financed the assassination.

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Sharif returns, deported to Jeddah
September 11, 2007
DGP Virk arrested
September 10, 2007
Sharif: No going back on going back
September 9, 2007
Court orders arrest of Shahbaz
September 8, 2007
Mush Prez till Nov 15
September 7, 2007
Pak SC: When will Mush term end?
September 6, 2007
Pak blasts kill 29
September 5, 2007
Bhutto, Aziz hold talks
September 4, 2007

GSLV fires on all cylinders
September 3, 2007

When Advani said he won’t contest
September 2, 2007

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