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Rethink Bluestar memorial: Shinde
Says there’s no infiltration from Chinese side
Punjab Revenue Minister Bikram Singh Majithia (R) presents a memento to Home Minister Sushil Shinde (C) at Attari on Sunday.Attari, October 7
Without naming anybody, Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde today indirectly attacked the ruling SAD and the SGPC for construction of Operation Bluestar memorial.

MAIDEN VISIT: Punjab Revenue Minister Bikram Singh Majithia (R) presents a memento to Home Minister Sushil Shinde (C) at Attari on Sunday. Photo: Vishal Kumar

ACRs, salaries & assets of public servants come under RTI, rules SC
The rider: Petitioner can’t claim such details as a matter of right
New Delhi, October 7
The Supreme Court has ruled that even personal particulars of public servants relating to salary, annual confidential report (ACR), assets and departmental action could be disclosed under the Right to Information (RTI) Act, 2005, if the competent authority was convinced that this would be in public interest.

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Four arrested in Jind gang-rape case
Jind, October 7
The police has arrested four persons in connection with the gang rape of a minor Dalit girl at Sachakhera village of the district. Three of them were remanded in police custody while the only woman accused was sent in judicial custody by a local court at Narwana this morning.

Potent BrahMos will be Navy’s ‘primary weapon’
The BrahMos lifts off from INS Teg during a trial.
Supersonic missile successfully test-fired off Goa coast
Bangalore, October 7
The supersonic cruise missile BrahMos, said to be the best in its class (290-km range), would be a primary weapon for the Navy in the coming years, said a top official of the BrahMos-Aerospace, the Indo-Russian joint venture which manufactures the missile.

The BrahMos lifts off from INS Teg during a trial.



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UK: Lt Gen Brar’s attackers will be brought to book
New Delhi, October 7
With New Delhi taking up strongly with London the recent assassination attempt on Lt Gen KS Brar (retd), Britain has assured India of its determination to bring the perpetrators of the attack to justice.

After 33-yr wait, Windies annex world title
West Indies cricketers celebrate their victory in the ICC Twenty20 World Cup final against Sri Lanka in Colombo on Sunday. They beat the hosts by 36 runs. — AFP (Details on Sports page)

Things at Air India no different from Kingfisher: Pilots
New Delhi, October 7
Comparing their condition similar to Kingfisher employees, a section of Air India pilots have sought Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh's intervention in resolving their grievances related to due salaries and allowances.

Drop photos of Vajpayee from PDS carrybags: CEC to Himachal Govt
Shimla, October 7
The much-hyped scheme under which free carrybags with a colour image of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee were being supplied to ration card holders has been grounded, with the Election Commission (EC) imposing a ban on the distribution of material carrying pictures of political leaders.




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