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Suspense mounts over Telangana report
Panel submits report l Contents to be made public on January 6
New Delhi/Hyderabad, December 30
Though the Justice BN Srikrishna Former SC Judge BN Srikrishna (left) hands over feasibility report of a separate Telangana state to Union Home Minister P Chidambaram Committee handed over its report on the Telangana statehood issue to the Centre a day in advance than its December 31 deadline, the suspense over its contents, however, would continue for another week.

Former SC Judge BN Srikrishna (left) hands over feasibility report of a separate Telangana state to Union Home Minister P Chidambaram on Thursday. — PTI

Hooda unveils fresh industrial policy
Chandigarh, December 30
Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today unveiled the state’s much-awaited new industrial policy which aims to take industrialisation to new areas. Hooda, who gave details of the policy after the Cabinet approved it, said though the 2005 policy had yielded excellent results, a need was felt for its revision in order to respond to a dynamic economic environment.


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Citibank fraud mastermind surrenders
Gurgaon, December 30
Shivraj PuriShivraj Puri, the alleged mastermind behind the multi-crore Citibank scandal, in which a number of companies as well as individual clients had been defrauded of more than Rs 300 crore, surrendered at a local court today. The court remanded him in police custody for seven days.
Shivraj Puri being taken away by police. Puri has been remanded to 7-day police custody. 

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Water row over: Andhra gets maximum share
New Delhi, December 30
Making a final decision on dividing the surplus water of River Krishna, the Krishna Water Dispute Tribunal today allocated the maximum share of water to Andhra Pradesh while also enhancing the share of Karnataka and Maharashtra.

5% quota for poor in tech institutes
New Delhi, December 30
From now, technical institutes approved by AICTE have to reserve up to 5 per cent of their seats for students from economically backward sections of the society. "Till now, tuition fee waiver scheme operated by the AICTE allowed providing up to 10 per cent supernumerary seats that are given to students of economically backward category. "It was the discretion on the part of the institution to apply for such a scheme.

ULFA chief gets bail
Guwahati, December 30
Arabinda Rajkhowa, the self-styled chairman of the outlawed ULFA, was here today granted bail by the designated court in all the six TADA cases pending against him.  

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Women walk on a snow-covered road in Srinagar on Thursday. — PTI
 Srinagar: Kashmir Valley was on Thursday cut off from rest of the country as incessant snowfall forced closure of Jammu-Srinagar National highway and cancellation of all flights to and from the international airport here. The 294-km highway, connecting the Valley to the rest of the country, was closed this morning after moderate snowfall in Qazigund and Jawahar Tunnel area, the gateway to Kashmir. Nearly two feet snow had accumulated in Qazigund as snowfall continued across the Valley through out the day, the officials said.

Rains lash Delhi, Punjab and Haryana

Chandigarh: People across New Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh got temporary respite from biting cold as minimum temperatures increased by a few notches, even as the region was lashed by rains. 

Chandigarh, which was lashed by rains since yesterday, recorded a minimum of 10.4°C, up 4°C. 

In Haryana, Hisar recorded a minimum of 11.1°C, 6°C above normal. 
Gurgaon recorded a minimum of 11°C and the low at Bhiwani was 12.8°C, up 6°C.

 

Suspects known but killers’ identity a mystery
New Delhi, December 30
Arushi Ask a seasoned police official and he will tell you that the Arushi murder case falls in a category of homicides which are relatively easy to solve. The teenaged girl was found killed at her Noida house and the suspects were very few to begin with as it appeared to be an insider’s job. 

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