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Tuesday, February 5, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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SC to examine juvenile law
New Delhi, February 4
The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to look into the constitutional validity of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000, under which criminals below 18 years of age involved in heinous crimes such as rape and murder cannot be tried by regular criminal courts and jailed. Under the Act, such offenders are tried by juvenile justice boards that send them to correction homes for a maximum period of three years.

Nation page: Govt: None of Verma panel suggestions rejected

Protesters demand tougher rape laws in New Delhi. Protesters demand tougher rape laws in New Delhi. PTI

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CWG scam
Charges framed against Kalmadi, nine others
New Delhi, February 4
Suresh Kalmadi and nine others were today put on trial in a Commonwealth Games-related corruption case by a Delhi court which invoked charges of criminal conspiracy, forgery, cheating and other offences against them entailing life imprisonment as maximum punishment.

ED slaps Rs 98.5-cr notice on Royals
New Delhi/Mumbai, February 4
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has slapped a penalty notice of approximately Rs 100 crore against IPL team Rajasthan Royals for allegedly violating forex laws in its business operations.

Rohinton Nariman steps down as Solicitor General
New Delhi, February 4
Rohinton Nariman has resigned as Solicitor General amid speculation over differences with Law Minister Ashwani Kumar. The minister wanted Nariman -- the country’s second highest law officer -- to appear in a case pending with the Telecom Disputes Settlement Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT), but he was not willing, sources said.


PUNJAB: SAD to contest Sikh-dominant seats in other states

HARYANA: Polls to 7 MCs notified

J&KHeavy rain, snow, landslides put brakes on highway traffic

HIMACHAL: State hopes to get industrial incentives

CHANDIGARH: Youth gets life term for murder

LUDHIANA: Pay property tax from April 1

DELHI: Minor, woman raped
BUSINESS: Govt likely to up IT spend by 10.5% this year: Gartner
OPINIONS: Kila Raipur games

NATION: Govt: None of Verma panel suggestions rejected

SPORTS: IPL riches dazzle emerging stars
WORLD: US Defence Secy admits use of torture in Osama hunt


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The Light Combat Helicopter, being developed by HAL, during a rehearsal for the Bangalore air show on Monday.
ALL SET: The Light Combat Helicopter, being developed by HAL, during a rehearsal for the Bangalore air show on Monday. The six-day show will begin on February 6. Tribune photo

Depressed, all-girl band member leaves Valley
Srinagar, February 4
A member of Kashmir’s beleaguered all-girl rock band has been sent hundreds of miles away from home to help her recover from depression caused by the ongoing controversy surrounding the band.

Jammu & Kashmir page: Now, Grand Mufti says fatwa against music extends to all
Govt policy to appease militants emboldens fundamentalists: BJP

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