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Modi’s role in Godhra riots: SC Gives SIT three months
to submit report New Delhi, April 27
Supreme Court today directed the Special Investigation Team
(SIT) that probed the 2002 Godhra train fire and the subsequent
riots to investigate a complaint against Chief Minister Narendra
Modi, his cabinet colleagues and top police and administration
officials that they had aided and abetted the mob violence.
halts heavy combat operations Says it is not
ceasefire or end of hostilities Sri Lanka on Monday announced that combat operations against
Tamil Tigers have reached their conclusion and troops have been
instructed to stop using heavy caliber guns, combat aircraft and
aerial weapons in the war zone, which could cause civilian
A Sri Lankan soldier stands guard in front of civilians, who had fled the area held by
the LTTE, during a visit by a UN official in a refugee camp located near Vavuniya
in northern Sri Lanka on Monday.
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game is over, says Lanka Colombo,
Amid de-escalation of
military operation in Sri Lanka’s war zone, the government
today underlined its determination to prevent LTTE supremo
Velupillai Prabhakaran from escaping from the island.
die in Patiala scrap blast Patiala, April 27
Five members of a family,
including a girl, were killed and two others injured when a female
member of the family tried to break a piece of scrap, said to be
live bomb, with a hammer in their house in Lakkar Mandi here this
afternoon. The killed persons were Paro, wife of Bania, Kiran and
her husband Sikandar, Shamli and her eight-year-old daughter.
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ordered against councillor Batala, April 27
Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir
Singh Badal today marked an inquiry into the alleged peddling of
drugs by a municipal councillor here. Sukhbir said the DIG (Border
Range) had been asked to look into the entire issue and file a
mother wishes for his death Gurdaspur, April 27
remembers the time when her son Balveer (name changed) was born… after
three daughters and endless prayers to ‘Waheguru’ that she should
have a son. Today as she waits with 28-year-old Balveer at the Red Cross
Drug de-addiction centre here to admit him, she wishes for Balveer’s
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