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Amanís killers get 4-year jail
Judgment delivered speedily in ragging-death case at medical college near Dharamsala
Rajinder Kachroo stands in front of his son Amanís photoDharamsala, November 11
After a 15-month trial, a local court today sentenced to four-year rigorous imprisonment all four accused medical students in the infamous Aman Kachroo ragging and death case.

Rajinder Kachroo stands in front of his son Amanís photo

Father still unhappy
Editorial: 4 yrs for ragging death!
Himachal page:
Tanda college divided over verdict
Budding careers end in jail

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Govt defends Ďinnocentí Raja in SC
DoT maintains 2G spectrum allocation in line with law
New Delhi, November 11
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Strongly defending Telecom minister A Raja in the 2G scam case, the Department of Telecommunication today informed the Supreme Court that this was not the first time the Comptroller and Auditor General had indicted the ministry in connection with spectrum allocation.

Editorial: Time to dump Raja
Nation page: Why is Karunanidhi still backing Spectrum Raja?
Jaya asks PM to dump Raja
Raja issue stalls Parliament on Day 2
Cong in a bind on Raja

Ruchika Case
SC gives Rathore bail
New Delhi, November 11
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The Supreme Court today ordered the release on bail of former Haryana DGP SPS Rathore, undergoing an 18-month jail term for molesting teenaged tennis player Ruchika, after the CBI told the court that it did not find any evidence in three other related cases registered against him.

Haryana page: My son is deeply perturbed: Girhotra

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Honour Killing
Wifeís relatives chase, shoot man dead
Tohana (Fatehabad), November 11
In yet another case of honour killing, relatives of a girl chased the boy she had married against their wishes and shot him dead. They rammed their Alto car into the mobike he was riding. As he slipped, they fired two bullets. One hit his belly and the other the forehead. He died instantly.

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Former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf on Wednesday said that anti-India militant groups like Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed were very popular among Pakistanis and advocated a more gradual approach to rein them in.

World page: Former Pak Prez wanted his photo on currency

UK backs India on UNSC
Seoul, November 11
Britain today extended its support to India in its campaign for becoming a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), a move that comes close on the heels of a US backing.



Exploring Brahmputra from Mt Kailash to Bay of Bengal
Guwahati, November 11
The magnificence of Brahmputra (called Yarlung Tsangpo in Tibet), its unique ecosystem and the mesmerising landscape, especially in the icy high altitudes in Tibetan Himalayas and the culturally diverse human population throughout its course, has bowled over an international river expedition team led by renowned Swiss sailor and adventure manager Andy Leeman.

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