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26/11: Headley gets 35-yr jail
David HeadleyChicago, January 24
Pakistani-American LeT terrorist David Headley was today sentenced to 35 years in jail by a US court for the Mumbai terror attacks, with the judge expressing his unhappiness over the prosecution seeking a lighter term. Headley, 52, had entered into a plea bargain with the US investigators under which he escaped death sentence, but many were left surprised when the US prosecutors did not seek a life sentence for Headley.

Headley’s Moroccan wife was in awe of Hafiz Saeed
Headley has no right to live, says relative of American victims

SC questions Centre’s power to allocate coal blocks
New Delhi, January 24
The Supreme Court today raised doubts over the Centre’s authority to allocate coal blocks, pointing out that coal was a state resource under the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 and as such only the states had the power to execute mining leases.

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How can lawbreakers make anti-rape laws: Verma panel

New Delhi, January 24
How can a Parliament comprising persons with criminal record pass an effective criminal law amendment reform? The Justice JS Verma committee has asked the government this vital question in its report on the anti-rape law.

AFSPA comment: Committee went beyond its brief
Jammu, January 24
Justice JS Verma panel, tasked with suggesting ways and means to punish the guilty of rape, has overstepped its mandate and sparked off another controversy over the continuance of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) in conflict zones, like Jammu and Kashmir.

One-man panel to probe Walmart ‘lobbying’
New Delhi, January 24
The Union Cabinet today approved setting up of a one-man committee to probe allegations that retail giant Walmart indulged in lobbying to gain entry into the Indian market.




PUNJAB: Punjab acrimony resonates in Delhi

HARYANA: High Court orders fresh selection of tax tribunal chief, members

J&KOmar for resumption of Indo-Pak dialogue

HIMACHAL: Govt to roll out red carpet for industry

CHANDIGARH: Most of the questions remain unanswered

LUDHIANA: 21-yr-old student crushed to death

DELHI: JNUSU hails Verma panel report
BUSINESS: RBI raises FII cap in G-secs, corporate bonds by $5 bn
OPINIONS: Over to government

NATION: BJP to take Shinde fight to Parliament, says Rajnath

SPORTS: Teams check in at Dharamsala
WORLD: North Korea warns of third nuke test, rocket launches


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Murder accused Himachal MLA takes oath
Ram Kumar ChaudharyShimla, January 24
Congress legislator Ram Kumar Chaudhary, who has been booked in the Jyoti murder case and lodged in the Ambala jail, took oath as an MLA here today.
                               Ram Kumar Chaudhary

Voices merge to seek answers for inherent human dilemmas
Jaipur, January 24
Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama in conversation with Pico Iyer at Jaipur literature festival in Jaipur on ThursdayIf reading and writing of literature promotes, in an intangible way, an equitable world, an effort seemed to be constantly being made at Jaipur literature festival.
Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama in conversation with Pico Iyer at Jaipur literature festival in Jaipur on Thursday. — PTI

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Gandhi’s rare letter to go under the hammer in UK
Shyam Bhatia in London
A unique letter written by Mahatma Gandhi, including textual corrections in his hand and signed by him at the end, is being offered for sale by Mullock’s Auctioneers at Ludlow in the UK. The type-written letter, valued between £10,000 and £15,000 (Rs 8 lakh to Rs 13 lakh), was written in 1943, 15 months after Gandhi and other leaders belonging to the All India Congress Committee (AICC) met first in Wardha and then in Mumbai endorsed the Quit India Movement calling for “an orderly British withdrawal” from India.


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