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 LPG price hiked by Rs 11.42; petrol, diesel rates may go up...more
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12 arrested in London for attack on Lt Gen Brar
2 women among those held   Britain calls assault ‘despicable’
London, October 5
Lt General KS Brar (retd) at his residence in Mumbai on Friday. — PTICracking down on the perpetrators of the "appalling" attack on Lt Gen KS Brar (retd) here, Scotland Yard today arrested eight more persons, taking to 12 the number of those held for the attempted murder of the Operation Bluestar hero.

Lt General KS Brar (retd) at his residence in Mumbai on Friday. — PTI

Babbar Khalsa routing money to revive sleeper cells in India : Nation page

PMO steps in, says govt didn’t foot Sonia’s health, travel bills
Sonia GandhiNew Delhi, October 5
The Prime Minister’s Office today rejected the BJP’s allegations that the government utilised funds from the public exchequer to foot the travel and health bills of UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi.

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India Inc promises jobs for Kashmir youths
Srinagar, October 5
Rahul Gandhi and Ratan Tata interact with students at Kashmir University in Srinagar. Photo: Yawar Kabli Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi-led delegation of corporate India’s top brass today assured the youths of Kashmir the setting up of a centre for innovation to generate jobs for Kashmiri students.

Rahul Gandhi and Ratan Tata interact with students at Kashmir University in Srinagar. Photo: Yawar Kabli 

 Panchayats will get more powers: Rahul : J&K page

Shanta takes potshots at party man Ravi 
Shimla, October 5
Ruling that the BJP’s endless hunt for finding a turf for irrigation minister Ravinder Ravi has not only delayed a decision on the remaining 23 Assembly segments but has left senior BJP leader and Rajya Sabha, MP, Shanta Kumar hurt and betrayed.

 Mankotia back in Cong : Himachal page





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DGCA issues show-cause notice to Kingfisher
New Delhi, October 5
A day after the wife of a Kingfisher Airline (KFA) employee committed suicide due to the hardship being faced by the Kingfisher Airline staff take out a candlelight march to mourn the suicide of their colleague's wife and push for release of their salaries in New Delhi on Friday. Tribune photo: Manas Ranjan Bhui family in the wake of the airline not paying salaries, the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued a show-cause notice to the debt-ridden aviation company seeking to suspend or cancel its licence.

In 3 yrs, Robert Vadra amassed Rs 300cr: Kejriwal
New Delhi, October 5
 Just when the Congress went into attack mode today by hitting out at BJP president Nitin Gadkari, it was pushed into a corner over allegations of corruption against Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi
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SC seeks clarification on legal sanctity behind retail FDI 
Is it in consonance with FEMA, apex court wants to know
New Delhi, October 5
The Supreme Court now wants to know as to whether the Central Government’s controversial order allowing foreign direct investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail business is in consonance with the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) 1999.


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