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Govt rules out JPC probe into 2G issue
Parliament stalled again as Opposition cries foul
New Delhi, November 15
Not satisfied with the resignation of Union Telecom Minister A Raja, the Opposition stalled Parliament proceedings again today, demanding a JPC probe into the 2G Spectrum scam.

Sibal gets additional telecom charge
Editorial: Curtains for Raja

CBI nabs 2 ex-CWG officials as probe throws up murky details
New Delhi, November 15
Two former senior officials of the Organising Committee (OC), Commonwealth Games, and close aides of OCís chairman Suresh Kalmadi were arrested today by the CBI. The arrest of TS Darbari, joint director general, revenue and marketing, and Sanjay Mohindroo, deputy director general, marketing, on charges of corruption, forgery and criminal conspiracy is the most tangible action so far by a prosecuting agency in the wake of multiple probes started by various government bodies into the suspected cases of CWG corruption.






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Didnít pay Rs 15-cr bribe, called off airlines project: Ratan Tata
Ratan TataDehradun, November 15
Chairman of the Tata Group, Ratan Tata today said the group decided to retreat from Singur in (West Bengal) as it found itself caught in a crossfire of political views and a vitriolic campaign that would have eventually hurt the workers the most.

Harbhajan Singh makes history
Becomes the first No 8 batsman to hit two Test 
Harbhajan Singh jubilates after completing his century on the fourth day of the second Test against New Zealand in Hyderabad on Monday. hundreds in a row
Hyderabad, November 15
That there was a batsman of poise lurking in the spinning hands of Harbhajan Singh was a revelation when he scored 69 and 115 in the first Test against New Zealand at Ahmedabad.




ON A HIGH:
Harbhajan Singh jubilates after completing his century on the fourth day of the second Test against New Zealand in Hyderabad on Monday. ó Reuters

ADARSH SOCIETY SCAM
Chief promoter under lens for land grab
A section of the project area was reserved for 
mini forest
Mumbai, November 15
A junior official from the Ministry of Defence who is shown in the records as the chief promoter of the Adarsh Co-operative Housing Society has gone underground after several government agencies began to probe the controversial building where prominent politicians, bureaucrats and military officials were given flats at throwaway prices.




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32 killed in Delhi building collapse
New Delhi, November 15
At least 32 persons were killed and over 60 others injured when a four-storey building collapsed in a busy east Delhi locality tonight. The building caved in at around 8.15 pm in the congested Lalita Park area of Laxmi Nagar.

SC: Amar, Jaya canít be expelled from Parliament
New Delhi, November 15
The Supreme Court today virtually restrained the presiding officers of the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha from expelling sacked SP members Amar Singh and Jaya Pradha from Parliament. A Bench comprising Justices Altamas Kabir and Cyriac Joseph provided the interim protection to Amar Singh (RS) and Jaya Pradha (LS).

Armed forces grievances redressal panel set up
New Delhi, November 15
In a far-reaching order, the Supreme Court today directed the Centre to set up within two months an Armed Forces Grievances Redressal Commission with retired SC Judge Kuldip Singh as Chairman and former Allahabad High Court Chief Justice SS Sodhi as Vice-Chairman.




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