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Tuesday, July 20, 2010, Chandigarh, India
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63 dead in Bengal train collision
* Speeding Uttarbanga Express overshoots signal, ploughs into Vananchal Express
* One of the coaches mounts overbridge upon impact
* Mamata hints at sabotage, officials Ďpuzzledí
Sainthia (WB), July 19
A high-speed Sealdah-bound express train tore into the rear of a stationary train, killing 63 persons and injuring 92 others at Sainthia station of Birbhum district, apparently overshooting a signal in the small hours of the day.

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Rescue work in progress at Sainthia station in West Bengalís Birbhum district More details on Nation page



Rescue work in progress at Sainthia station in West Bengalís Birbhum district on Monday. ó PTI

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HC rejects Sajjanís plea in í84 riots case
Sajjan KumarAsks trial court to deliver judgment in a year
New Delhi, July 19
In a setback to senior Congress leader Sajjan Kumar, the Delhi High Court today dismissed his application, asking the court to quash the trial courtís order of framing charges, including that of murder, against him in a case of anti-Sikh riots.

Sikh blacklist has only 28 hardcore criminals
MHA reviewing list, awaits Punjabís response in other cases
New Delhi, July 19
Only 28 persons on the infamous blacklist of Sikhs living abroad since times of militancy in Punjab have been found to be facing serious criminal cases in India. Sources in the Home Ministry said 185 cases had been forwarded by the ministry to Punjab for verification before the blacklist could be pruned.

Punjab page: Asylum seekersí spouses, wards can get Indian visas

26/11: Pak navy trained Kasab
New Delhi, July 19
What Ajmal Kasab confessed about the role of the Pakistan navy in training him and the nine others who attacked Mumbai in November 2008 has been corroborated by David Coleman Headley during his interrogation carried out by Indian investigators.


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Ace producer-director Subhash Ghai today joined hands with the government to hone childrenís skills in film-making.

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