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Delhi’s shame
Fifth accused detained in Bihar
Three accused produced in court PM terms incident very disturbing HC steps in
New Delhi, December 19
The police has detained one more person in the Delhi gang rape case. Akshay Thakur, one of the bus cleaners, was detained in Aurangabad in Bihar and is being brought to Delhi. Another cleaner Raju is still at large.

The police uses water cannons to disperse protesters outside Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit’s residence on Wednesday.
The police uses water cannons to disperse protesters outside Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit’s residence on Wednesday. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal

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Doctors remove  victim’s intestine
Hang me, says one accused
Oped: Handling attacks on women
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Facing flak, govt lists out safety steps
Buses with tinted glass, curtains to be impounded
Will have to keep cabin lights on
New Delhi, December 19
As public anger continued to mount over the brutal gang rape of a 23-year-old girl in Delhi, the government today announced a raft of immediate safety steps, including a drive to ensure removal of tinted glasses and curtains from buses, increased police patrolling and five fast track courts to deal with such cases.

Death penalty for Leh rape, murder
Srinagar, December 19
Even as the entire nation is enraged over the Delhi gang rape case and demanding capital punishment for the accused, a Leh court has awarded death penalty to an accused convicted of rape and murder.

Rs 31.4 crore spent on Kasab’s protection
New Delhi, December 19
Nearly Rs 31.40 crore has been spent by the government on the protection of Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorist Ajmal Kasab, who carried out the Mumbai terror attack and was hanged  last month.



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Gujarat, Himachal poll RESULTS TODAY
Verdict to have far-reaching implications for Cong, BJP
New Delhi, December 19
The results of the Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat assembly polls to be declared tomorrow have evoked far more interest than any other state election in the recent past as the outcome has far-reaching implications for both the Congress and the BJP.

Multi-cornered contests add drama to HP poll scene

Assembly in session
Debate disturbs ‘law and order’ in Punjab Assembly
House chaos: Congress’ Rana Gurjit expelled for abusing Revenue Minister Bikram Majithia
Chandigarh, December 19
The Punjab Assembly today witnessed a new low with a discussion on law and order leading to slogan shouting, protests and finally an altercation.

Punjab page: It was Cong MLAs who decided to disrupt Majithia’s speech
Majithia Aurangzeb in making: Capt

SP member snatches quota Bill from minister, Sonia rushes after him
New Delhi, December 19
UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi today shocked everyone in the Lok Sabha when she rushed after a Samajwadi Party member to retrieve from him the SC/ST promotion quota Bill that he had snatched from MoS V. Narayanasamy.




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