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Gallows for Kasab
No option, says Judge
Jubilation outside court
Execution may take time, verdict can be challenged
Ajmal KasabMumbai, May 6
Mohammad Ajmal Amir alias Kasab, the lone Pakistani terrorist to be taken alive in connection with the November 26, 2008, terror attacks in Mumbai has been sentenced to death by hanging.

Graphic: Death sentence to Kasab
Over 300 convicts await death ahead of Kasab
But where is the hangman?
Editorial: Punishment must be swift

Conviction proves our laws are adequate: Chidambaram
New Delhi, May 6
Home Minister P Chidambaram today said Indian laws were adequate and conviction of Ajmal Kasab for his role in the 26/11 Mumbai carnage on the basis of evidence gathered against him was a proof of that. Commenting on discussion in the Rajya Sabha on the functioning of his ministry, the Home Minister said the Opposition BJPís demand for POTA (Prevention of Terrorism Act) was a minority view.

Death not enough, says Moily

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Women spies been trained in Kasabís home district
Chandigarh, May 6
Pakistan is set to wage a proxy war of a different kind that has its roots in history. The neighbours, it is learnt, is training a group of 935 women to use them as bait to gather strategic information from Indian politicians and officials. According to intelligence sources, the women ó camped in Faridkot district of Pakistan Punjab ó are being trained by the ISI on the model of Mata Hari spies.

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MPLAD scheme valid, rules apex court
New Delhi, May 6
In an unanimous verdict, a five-member Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court today upheld the validity of the MPs Local Area Development (MPLAD) scheme, under which each MP gets Rs 2 crore a year, on as many as 10 grounds.

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SC refuses to stall admissions
New Delhi, May 6
The 44 deemed universities, which are sought to be derecognised by the government, could go ahead with the admission process for the 2010-11 academic year with their deemed status in tact.

Srinagar doctor tops Civil Services exams
New Delhi, May 6
A doctor from Srinagar has topped the Civil Services exams 2009 as 875 candidates qualified the test conducted by Union Public Service Commission, the results of which were announced today.

In Haryana, itís disadvantage students
State fails to deliver Rs 4cr scholarships
Chandigarh, May 6
Scholarship applications of 20,000 students belonging to minority communities in Haryana have been gathering dust at the Department for the Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes office over the past two years, and nobody seems to have cared a tad.


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