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Tuesday, April 27, 2010, Chandigarh, India
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Amarinderís expulsion quashed by SC
Terms ouster unconstitutional, orders restoration of Captís Vidhan Sabha membership
New Delhi, April 26
Amarinder SinghIn what is being viewed as a major political victory for former Punjab Chief Minister and Congress leader Capt Amarinder Singh, the Supreme Court today ruled that his expulsion from the state assembly on September 10, 2008 was ďconstitutionally invalidĒ and ordered restoration of his membership.

Editorial: Relief for Amarinder

Chirayu AminChirayu Amin gets IPL reins
BCCI begins probe against Modi
Mumbai, April 26
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) today formally appointed Baroda Cricket Association president and Chirayu Amin as the interim chairman of the Indian Premier League.

Iím still IPL chairman, tweets Modi
Opinions page: Indian politiciansí league
Editorial: Out on a limb

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Will Prime Minister have bilateral meeting with his Pakistani counterpart?
Thimphu, April 26
It was hailed as an instrument that would rid the region of illiteracy, poverty and disease when the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation was launched in 1985 amid much fanfare.

World page: Manmohan, Gilani may meet in Bhutan

India, Afghanistan discuss Taliban
New Delhi, April 26
Afghan President Hamid Karzai today sought to allay Indiaís concerns over the proposed re-entry of the Taliban in the Afghanistan government when he met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today.


Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with Afghan President Hamid Karzai in New Delhi on Monday. ó PTI


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Phone tapping rocks Parliament; govt says itís not eavesdropping
P ChidambaramBoth Houses adjourned after Oppn uproar
New Delhi, April 26
Amidst an almost routine spectre of disruptions in Parliament, the government today denied having authorised any telephone tapping or eavesdropping on political leaders either by the previous UPA regime or this one.

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DELHIWoman, 2 kids die in building collapse

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NATION: Rajasthan Governor Prabha Rau passes away

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Merit no criterion for docsí selection
Out of 312 candidates, 125 were selected by the PPSC despite poor academic record
Chandigarh, April 26
In his report on the alleged irregularities in selection of doctors by the Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC), Punjab Chief Secretary SC Aggarwal has held that many selected candidates were found to have a poor academic record but were given very high marks in the interview that led to their selection.

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Science students seldom attend practicals in Haryana schools
Yamunanagar, April 26
Itís a room locked and forgotten in most government schools of Haryana. Thatís the fate of science laboratories wherever they exist. Government Senior Secondary School, Aurangabad (Yamunanagar), is no exception.
The lab at a government school in Yamunanagar speaks volumes about the status of science in schools The lab at a government school in Yamunanagar speaks volumes about the status of science in schools. Photo by writer



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