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Shah surrenders before CBI
FAKE ENCOUNTER CASE * Arrested, remanded in 13-day judicial custody * Talks to media before giving up * BJP cries foul, says heís being framed
Gandhinagar, July 25
After eluding the CBI for four days, former Gujarat minister Amit Shah, a close aide of Narendra Modi, today surrendered before the probe agency which arrested him in Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case after he made a dramatic appearance at a BJP media briefing.
Former Gujarat Minister Amit Shah being taken to a court by CBI officials in Ahmedabad Editorial: Acid test for Modi


Former Gujarat Minister Amit Shah being taken to a court by CBI officials in Ahmedabad.
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Focus back on Sanjay Joshi CD case
New Delhi, July 25
The arrest of outgoing Home Minister of Gujarat Amit Shah by the CBI in the Sohrabuddin case today has brought the spotlight back on the Sanjay Joshi CD episode.

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Stormy monsoon session on cards
Oppn rolls up sleeves to corner govt on price rise, other issues
New Delhi, July 25
The monsoon session of Parliament is expected to start on a stormy note tomorrow with a united Opposition set to confront the government on price rise and host of other issues, as the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha are expected to be adjourned immediately after obituary references over the death of two sitting members on the first day.
WILL THE SMILES LAST? Leader of Opposition Sushma Swaraj with SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav (L) and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal at an all-party meeting in New Delhi WILL THE SMILES LAST? Leader of Opposition Sushma Swaraj with SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav (L) and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal at an all-party meeting in New Delhi on Sunday. ó PTI

Man collapses during Cong foot march against illegal mining
Bangalore, July 25
A 68-year-old man, Chikkaramaiah who was a participant in the Bangalore to Bellary foot march organised by the opposition Congress here to highlight the issue of alleged illegal mining, died today after he collapsed near the Indian Institute of Science.


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The US may have come out publicly against the China-Pakistan nuclear deal, but India is not leaving anything to chance and has intensified lobbying with key members of the 46-nation Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) ahead of the nuclear cartelís next meeting in Vienna.

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