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Saturday, June 20, 2009, Chandigarh, India
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Govt returns Gujaratís anti-terror bill
Says itís not in line with Central law, seeks 3 changes
New Delhi, June 19
The Union Government has returned the controversial anti-terror bill passed by the Gujarat Assembly with the recommendation that without three key amendments it cannot be sent for Presidential assent.

Deliberate move to delay bill: Gujarat

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Gunfight on as Maoists put up stiff resistance
Lalgarh/New Delhi, June 19
A gunbattle broke out today as security forces pressed ahead with its operation to flush out Maoists from besieged Lalgarh as the tribals blew up a bridge to stall their movement even as the Centre asked them to lay down arms and sit for talks.

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New Delhi, June 19
Stage was set here today at the BJP office-bearersí meeting for a stormy two-day national executive meet of the party beginning tomorrow, with senior party leader Arun Shourie shooting off a letter, alleging that the party has been taken over by conspirators.

 

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A public interest litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Supreme Court for restraining Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati from getting her statues and replicas of her party symbol installed at public places by spending public funds.

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Jaipur, June 19
Within days of writing to the Prime Minister to resolve the water-sharing issue with Punjab, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot held a meeting with Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda to discuss the issue of Yamuna water sharing here today.

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