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Tuesday, January 12, 2010, Chandigarh, India
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India, B�desh ink key pacts
India pledges $1 billion line of credit 
to the neighbour
New Delhi, January 11
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh gestures while welcoming Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina during her ceremonial reception in New Delhi on Monday.
India extended $1-billion line of credit (LoC) to Bangladesh as the two countries today took bilateral ties to a new plane, signing five accords to combat terrorism and consolidate trade, economic and cultural links.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh gestures while welcoming Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina during her ceremonial reception in New Delhi on Monday. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal

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Sort out land issue with China: Farooq
New Delhi, January 11
Expressing concern over reports of China taking substantial portion of land in Ladakh, Union Minister Farooq Abdullah today said the Centre should take up the matter with Beijing at the earliest and sort out the boundary dispute.

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New Delhi, January 11
HRD Minister Kapil Sibal today admitted that the government was keen on extending the Central varsity status to Panjab University in Chandigarh, but the Punjab government was standing in the way of the move.

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Bangalore, January 11
A major showdown is feared between workers of the ruling BJP and Opposition Janata Dal (Secular) in Karnataka following demonstrations staged by the BJP across the state today in protest against the foul language used by JD(S) supremo Deve Gowda against Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa.

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Ultimatum to hockey players
New Delhi, January 11
Hockey India today toughened its stand on the striking national players when it gave them an ultimatum to either resume the national camp at Pune or face severe consequences.

Her eyes witnessed her bhog ceremony
Bathinda, January 11
This was a rare moment for those who were present yesterday at the bhog ceremony of 105-year-old Durgi Devi, who had died on January 1, when two women, Dhan Kaur (48), a resident of Ludhiana, and Manjit Kaur Gardiwala (47), a resident of Kalra village in Hoshiarpur district, witnessed the bhog ceremony with the eyes of Durgi Devi, as the cornea of her eyes had been transplanted in their eyes.

No relief yet; mercury to dip further
Jalandhar/Ludhiana, January 11
There was no respite from the bone-biting chill as cold conditions intensified in most parts of North India with mercury recording a drop of up to three notches below normal.
People take full protection against cold wave on a foggy and chilly morning at India Gate in New Delhi. People take full protection against cold wave on a foggy and chilly morning at India Gate in New Delhi. � PTI

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