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Maya under SC radar; reply on statues sought
New Delhi, June 28
The Supreme Court today issued show cause notice to the Uttar Pradesh government for using huge public money for installing statues of Chief Minister Mayawati and asked it to file its reply within four weeks.

  Shameful spending: PC

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Security forces capture hub of tribal agitation 
Kantapahari (WB), June 29
Security forces today took control of Kantapahari, setting up a police camp after four years in the hub of Maoist-backed tribal agitation, with the West Bengal Government claiming that 95 per cent of the areas have been wrested from the ultras in West Midnapore district.

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New Delhi, June 29
The Supreme Court today expressed concern over unabated attacks on Indian students in Australia and directed the government to file a comprehensive affidavit within two weeks about steps taken by it to ensure their safety.

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Mob on rampage at Bathinda refinery
Phulokhari (Bathinda), June 29
The police resorted to lathi charge and opened fire to disperse a mob that went on rampage at the Guru Gobind Singh oil refinery at Phulokhari village, 45 km from the district headquarters of Bathinda, this morning.

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Chandigarh, June 29
Has Punjab been pushing itself deep in debt to keep its farmers afloat? Or is it paddy cultivation alone that has been pushing the state into a socio-economic crisis?

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A jawan helps adjust the multi-layered water proof and wind proof snow clothing provided to his colleague in the Drass-KargilIt is the last week of June. Most parts of the country are reeling under an unprecedented heat wave. But, the Drass-Kargil sector is gripped by icy winds. Wearing thick jackets, we brave up to a height of 15,000 feet to get a closer look into the lives of Army men who guard the Line of Control between India and Pakistan.
A jawan helps adjust the multi-layered water proof and wind proof snow clothing provided to his colleague in the Drass-Kargil sector. Tribune Photo: Mukesh Aggarwal

IAF cargo seized at Helsinki airport
New Delhi, June 29
An Indian Air Force (IAF) cargo of aircraft equipment to Moscow has been confiscated at Helsinki airport by Finnish Customs after it was found without valid papers. The consignment was on a Finnair flight from Mumbai to Moscow when it was stopped during transit at Helsinki on May 28, Defence Ministry sources said here today.

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London, June 29
The leaked autopsy details of Michael Jackson show that the pop icon was a virtual skeleton as he was barely eating and only had pills in his stomach when he died, according to a new report.

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