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2 Lashkar militants killed in Kashmir gunfight
2 Army officers among 10 hurt 
Clashes in Pulwama; probe ordered
Srinagar, December 28
Two Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) militants were killed and three security personnel, including two Army officers, were injured in a fierce gunfight in a village in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Friday.

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Tata: The titan takes a bow
Mumbai, December 28
Ratan Tata with Cyrus Mistry Corporate icon Ratan Tata today retired as chairman of the Tata Group after a 50-year run, predicting that India's growth will re-establish after the “passing phase” of a difficult environment that would most likely continue in 2013.
THE PAST & THE PRESENT: Ratan Tata with Cyrus Mistry

T-20: Yuvraj dazzles as India crush Pakistan
Yuvraj Singh in action against Pakistan during a T-20 tie in Ahmedabad.   Yuvraj Singh cracked a dazzling 72 and the bowlers staged a brilliant recovery in the death overs as India clinched a nerve-wracking 11-run victory over arch-rivals Pakistan in the second T20 International to level the series 1-1 in Ahmedabad.

India posted a competitive 192 riding on Yuvraj's 36-ball-knock that included seven huge sixes, and then restricted the rivals to 181 for seven with the bowlers finding their mojo just in the nick of time.

Paceman Ashok Dinda scalped three for 36, including the important wicket of rival captain Mohammed Hafeez (55) in the penultimate over to turn the tide in India's favour
Yuvraj Singh in action against Pakistan during a T-20 tie in Ahmedabad.


PUNJAB: Perishable goods exporters demand faster clearance at Attari check post

HARYANA: Minor among two gang-raped

J&KQazigund to Banihal in 30 minutes; trial run a success

HIMACHAL: Suspense over portfolios may end today

CHANDIGARH: Truck driver goes on the rampage

LUDHIANA: Rail traffic not on track yet

DELHI: Suspense over portfolios may end today
BUSINESS: US lawmakers, Obama in last ditch talks as ‘fiscal cliff’ deadline looms

OPINIONSPlaying with fuel

NATION: Centre won’t encroach on rights of states: PM

SPORTS: India exact sweet revenge
WORLD: Putin signs law banning US adoptions


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Rape & suicide: HC says enough is enough
Chandigarh, December 28
“Enough is enough”, the Chief Justice of the Punjab and Haryana High Court today asserted, while taking suo-motu cognizance of news reports on suicide by a minor over alleged harassment by the police after rape. Chief Justice Arjan Kumar Sikri also drew a parallel between the law and order situation prevailing in Delhi and Punjab, and minced no words to say crime against women was on the rise in the state.

Telangana decision in a month, says Shinde
New Delhi, December 28
Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde today said a decision on a separate statehood for Telangana would be taken within a month. He said this after meeting with representatives of eight political parties from Andhra Pradesh here this morning.
I will brief the government on the outcome of the meeting and within one month we will come out with a result. Within one month, there will be a decision.— Sushil Kumar

Nurse suicide
Prankster RJs may escape facing charges: Oz police
Melbourne, December 28
Australian RJs Michael Christian (left) and Mel Greig who pulled off the royal prank, which allegedly drove Indian-origin nurse Jacintha Saldanha to suicide Two Sydney-based Australian RJs, who pulled off a controversial royal prank on a UK hospital treating pregnant Princess Kate which led to the suicide of a British-Indian nurse, may escape facing criminal charges.
Australian RJs Michael Christian (left) and Mel Greig who pulled off the royal prank, which allegedly drove Indian-origin nurse Jacintha Saldanha to suicide.




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