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Thursday, January 22, 2009, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Raju admits: Funds were diverted to real estate
B Ramalinga RajuHyderabad, January 21
Confirming the fears of a deeper fraud in Satyam Computers, its disgraced former chairman B Ramalinga Raju has confessed to diverting funds of the software giant to the two real estate companies owned by his family members.

Business page: CLB seeks bank account details of Rajus, ex-CFO
Wipro rules out taking over Satyam

Enter Sukhbir, papaís deputy
Amritsar, January 21
A history of sorts was scripted in Indian politics today when Sukhbir Singh Badal took oath as Deputy Chief Minister of Punjab, the first case of father-and-son duo occupying the top two posts in a government, adding another dimension to dynastic rule.
Sukhbir Badal seeks his fatherís blessings after he was sworn in Deputy Chief Minister of Punjab in Amritsar Sukhbir Badal seeks his fatherís blessings after he was sworn in Deputy Chief Minister of Punjab in Amritsar. Tribune photo: Pawan Sharma

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Obama halts trial of Gitmo detainees
Washington, January 21
In one of his first acts in office, US President Barack Obama has ordered the suspension of prosecutions of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay for 120 days, keeping a poll promise in which he had vowed to close down the controversial detention facility in Cuba.
SPRING AND LIGHT IN HIS STEP: US President Barack Obama dances during the Mid-Atlantic inaugural ball on Wednesday. In all, he attended 10 balls and spoke at all of them. First Lady Michelle is seen on the right. ó AFP
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No protest to UK
New Delhi, January 21
The government has denied reports that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has written to his British counterpart Gordon Brown, conveying New Delhiís disappointment over British Foreign Secretary David Milibandís behaviour and comments during his recent visit to India.

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Trainer plane crash kills pilot
Hyderabad, January 21
An Indian Air Force (IAF) fighter pilot Wing Commander Rajpal Singh Dhaliwal was killed today when a Surya Kiran trainer aircraft crashed near Bidar in Karnataka, about 130 kms from here.

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Naiwala (Patiala), January 21
A pall of gloom descended on this village when residents here came to know the news of death of Wing Commander of the Indian Air Force Rajpal Singh Dhaliwal in an air crash near Bidar in Karnataka this morning.

Nehruvian economic model not relevant today: Rahul
Jaipur, January 21
Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi does not think that the Nehruvian model of economy was relevant today. Differing with his great grandfather over his economic policy, Rahul said here today that he was sure if Nehru ji was alive, he would have thought differently.

PM undergoes angiography
New Delhi, January 21
A day after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh complained of chest pain, he underwent coronary angiography at AIIMS. Coronary angiography, says medical encyclopaedia, is done to find out if there is a blockage in coronary arteries, which might lead to a heart attack.

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New Delhi, January 21
Hours before leaving for Afghanistan, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee today made out a strong case for punitive international measures against Pakistan for sponsoring terrorism.

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Gurgaon units take a hard knock 
Gurgaon, January 21
Kishan, a youth of Bhangrol village in the district, allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself with an electricity wire hanging from a pole in sector 37 here on January 4.

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