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Reject Kasab’s mercy plea: MHA
New Delhi, October 23
The Union Ministry of Home Affairs has recommended rejection of the mercy plea filed by Mumbai attacks death-row-convict Ajmal Kasab. The ministry has forwarded its opinion to President Pranab Mukerjee for a final decision.

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Army Generals wasted crores, shows MoD audit
New Delhi, October 23
An internal audit of the Ministry of Defence has revealed that items purchased by senior Army Commanders in two financial years — 2009-10 and 2010-11 — had caused a “loss” of Rs 103 crore.

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 Tatra case: CBI quizzes Tejinder, Rishi again
New Delhi, October 23
The CBI today examined Lt Gen (retd) Tejinder Singh and Vectra chairman Ravinder Rishi for the second consecutive day in connection with its probe in the alleged bribe offer made by the retired General to the then Army Chief V K Singh for clearing a tranche of sub-standard Tatra BEML trucks.

US President Barack Obama (R) and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney at the final presidential debate in Florida. Also seen is moderator Bob Schieffer. — Reuters

US President Barack Obama (R) and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney at the final presidential debate in Florida. Also seen is moderator Bob Schieffer. — Reuters

Obama comes up trumps
President Barack Obama scolded challenger Mitt Romney for being "all over the map" on foreign policy in their final presidential debate on Monday. A CBS News poll said 53 per cent believed Obama won the debate versus 23 per cent for Romney.
Debating points
: Editorial
Pak echoes during debate
The debate raised questions over Pakistan, with Republican contender Mitt Romney apprehending that with 100 nuclear warheads if the country becomes a "failed state", it would be an extraordinary danger to Afghanistan and America. 
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Shruti sent to Jalandhar Nari Niketan after she refuses to go with her parents
Faridkot, October 23
Faridkot girl Shruti Sachdeva and her alleged abductor Nishan Singh were produced in the court of the Chief Judical Magistrate here amid tight security. 

Age is not on Shruti’s side

Police hunts for ‘white uncle’, the IM founder
New Delhi , October 23
After the arrest of key Indian Mujahideen (IM) terror suspect Fasih Mahmood, the police is now hunting for a person Suspected IM terrorist Fasih Mahmood sent in 10-day police custody codenamed “white uncle”, who is believed to be one of the seven founding members of the group, and is also probing his role in the ‘Darbhanga module’.

Suspected IM terrorist Fasih Mahmood sent in 10-day police custody 

  Fighting terrorism: Editorial

Shruti case — A love story gone awry
‘Victim’ out to save main accused Nishan Singh
Chandigarh, October 23
Shruti’s ‘abduction’ is turning out to be a case of a love story gone awry with investigations as well as the stand taken by Shruti indicating she is very much in love with her ‘abductor’ Nishan and is doing her best to ‘save’ him from punishment.

RTE Act deadline set for 2-year extension
New Delhi, October 23
Far from achieving the goal of infrastructure across elementary school sector in India, the Centre is all set to extend the deadline of the ambitious Right to Education Act by two years.


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