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Saturday, January 7, 2012, Chandigarh, India
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SC orders parentsí trial in Aarushi case
New Delhi, January 6
The Supreme Court on Friday directed dentist couple, Rajesh and Nupur Talwar, to face trial in the sensational case relating to the murder of their 14-year-old daughter, Aarushi, at their Noida house in 2008.

Murder mystery
Rajesh and Nupur Talwar, parents of Aarushi (R) Rajesh and Nupur Talwar, parents of Aarushi (R)


In Cong, leaders get their share
Amarinder, Ambika, Bhattal, Kaypee loyalists accommodated
Chandigarh, January 6
The Congress high command has gone in for a balancing act by accommodating senior leaders and MP as well as allotting ticket on the basis of its own feedback, besides fielding young candidates on six seats difficult to win.


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Amarinderís brother threatens to part ways
Patiala, January 6
Malvinder Singh, brother of Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh, today threatened to revolt against the party and said he would contest against his nephew Tikku (Raninder Singh) from the Samana Assembly seat.

Rumblings grow in party after denial of ticket
Chandigarh, January 6
Agitated over the denial of tickets for the state Assembly elections scheduled for January 30, several Congress leaders have raised the banner of revolt against the party. Reports of rebellion have come in from across the state.

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Team Anna member Shanti Bhushan was today found to have evaded Rs 1.35 crore in stamp duty in the purchase of a prime property here and slapped a fine of Rs 27 lakh on the outstanding amount.

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IAF officer refused visa, defence teamís visit to China off
New Delhi, January 6
In yet another flare-up between India and China, New Delhi has called off a scheduled visit by its military delegation to Beijing. This comes after China refused visa to a senior Indian Air Force official as he hailed from Arunachal Pradesh. The officer, Group Captain M Panging, was to accompany an Indian military delegation on four-day official visit to China starting from January 10.

Test series isnít a sightseeing trip
India lose second Test by an innings and 68 runs; Australia lead 2-0
The one bright spot in Indiaís loss to Australia at Sydney is that India got to no less than 400 runs. This is only the second time in some 20 innings overseas that India has reached 400, so despite the loss there is something to celebrate.

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