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Monday, May 30, 2011, Chandigarh, India
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Monsoon early, reaches Kerala
New Delhi, May 29
The Southwest monsoon today made a grand entry into Kerala, bringing cheer to the farming community dependent on rains for a good crop. “The Southwest monsoon has set in over most parts of South Arabian Sea, Kerala, some parts of Tamil Nadu, South Bay of Bengal and south Andaman Sea,” the weather office announced here.

A couple rests on a seaside promenade during a shower in Kochi on Sunday.
IN NATURE’S LAP: A couple rests on a seaside promenade during a shower in Kochi on Sunday. — Reuters

India seeks to prove ISI a terror group
To be a party to lawsuit against ISI chief, LeT for 26/11 attacks
New Delhi, May 29
India may approach a New York court to be a party to a lawsuit, filed by the family of 26/11 victims Rabbi Gavriel Noah Holtzberg and his wife Rivka, to declare the ISI, Pakistan’s spy agency, as a terrorist group.Armed with many documents, which prove the ISI’s links with terror groups like Lashkar-e-Toiba, India may implead itself in the lawsuit filed in the federal court to help the petitioners as well as declaring the ISI as a terrorist outfit.

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SC lays down criteria to escape murder conviction
New Delhi, May 29
An accused can escape conviction for murder if he proves that there was no premeditation for the act, occurred in a heat of passion, no cruelty involved and undue advantage taken, the Supreme Court has ruled.

30 corporate honchos get Rs 1 cr-plus salary
New Delhi, May 29
Mukesh Ambani has got company of at least 29 fellow corporate executives, including four from his own group, Reliance Industries, in terms of annual salaries running into crores of rupees for the latest fiscal.

Maya: BSP to go it alone in assembly poll
Chandigarh, May 29
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati today said her party would not indulge in any alliance politics for the forthcoming assembly polls in Punjab.
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Supporters rush in to attend the rally organised by Uttar Pradesh CM Mayawati at the Sector 25 rally ground in Chandigarh on Sunday. Supporters rush in to attend the rally organised by Uttar Pradesh CM Mayawati at the Sector 25 rally ground in Chandigarh on Sunday. Tribune photo: Vinay Malik




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More than half a century after scientists uncovered the link between smoking and cancer - triggering a war between health campaigners and the cigarette industry - big tobacco is thriving. Despite the known catastrophic effects on health of smoking, profits from tobacco products continue to soar and sales of cigarettes have increased: they have risen from 5,000 billion sticks a year in the 1990s to 5,900 billion a year in 2009.

Cricketers fail test of national duty
New Delhi, May 29
With the deafening noise of the IPL coming to an end, things are supposed to get back to normal in the Indian sporting scenario. Other sports events have begun putting up their heads in tentative efforts at catching some rays of the media glare, so far locked on the cricket tamasha, to try and get their little space in the sun. Among these is cricket. But how come? Weren’t we just playing cricket? Well, yes and no.

(L-R) Sachin Tendulkar, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Virender Sehwag.
Big guns to miss early Windies tour: (L-R) Sachin Tendulkar, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Virender Sehwag.




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