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Monday, July 6, 2009, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

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Income tax exemption limit increased
New Delhi, July 6
The government today announced a slew of tax sops, including an additional Rs 10,000 personal income tax exemption and scrapping of 10 per cent surcharge, while announcing cheaper loans to farmers and incentives for export and infrastructure to attain 9 per cent growth.

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Panic strikes border villages
2 rockets fired from Pak hit Indian territory

Dandae (Attari), July 5
Panic gripped border villages situated near zero line after two rockets, appeared to have been launched by Pakistan-based Taliban from across the border, landed in the Indian territory last evening.

Hopes run high on Budget today
New Delhi, July 5
This will be UPA government’s “thank you” Budget to the people of India, for re-electing it back to power with a clear mandate for another five-year term.

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Morale low, warns CRPF missive to HQ
Srinagar , July 5
Ahead of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah’s visit to the national capital this week, a senior CRPF commandant is learnt to have shot off a communication to the headquarters, alerting officials of low morale among the jawans posted in the valley.

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