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Teary-eyed Sreesanth confessed to spot-fixing: Delhi Police...more
Police investigating spot-fixing in other RR matches...more
 Tamil Nadu Police conducts searches in Chennai...more
 Sanjay Dutt feeling suffocated in 'anda' cell, pleads to be shifted...more
GoM will work to give functional autonomy to CBI: Chidambaram...more
 Australian jailed for raping and killing Indian girl...more

Sreesanth, 2 other Royals’ players held for spot-fixing
11 bookies also arrested 
All accused in 5-day police custody
New Delhi, May 16
Three Rajasthan Royals players, including India paceman Sreesanth, were arrested on Thursday for their alleged involvement in spot-fixing in the Indian Premier League (IPL). The trio allegedly received upto Rs 60 lakh for conceding runs in a pre-determined over from bookies with possible Mumbai underworld links.

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Sanjay Dutt surrenders before TADA court, goes to jail
Mumbai, May 16
Sanjay Dutt reaches the TADA court to surrender in Mumbai on Thursday. Actor Sanjay Dutt, convicted for illegally possessing banned weapons, today surrendered before the special TADA court to serve out the remainder of his jail term even as hundreds of his fans bid him a tearful farewell.

Sanjay Dutt reaches the TADA court to surrender in Mumbai on Thursday. PTI

Poll violence in Punjab claims life
Adampur (Bathinda), May 16
One person was killed when assailants, allegedly owing allegiance to the SAD, opened fire at a Congress-PPP rally here today. More than 60 rounds were fired from a carbine, a  pistol and a .12 bore gun. Rajwinder Singh, son of Congress candidate Malkiat Singh, who is contesting the zila parishad election from Bhai Rupa zone, was wounded in the attack.

Income ceiling for creamy layer raised to Rs 6 lakh
New Delhi, May 16
Ahead of five state elections and Lok Sabha elections in 2014, the Cabinet today took a significant political decision to revise the income ceiling for OBC creamy layer with a view to extending the benefit of 27 per cent OBC quota to many more in the community than are presently covered.


PUNJAB: 1 killed, three injured in firing at Cong-PPP rally

HARYANA: BJP, INLD cosying up?

J&KTrans-LoC trade runs into rough weather over apples

HIMACHAL: Fresh leopard, monkey census on the cards in Himachal

CHANDIGARH: Girls used to frequent ashram

LUDHIANA: 35-yr-old man done to death

DELHI: BRPL officials manhandled during anti-theft drive
BUSINESS: Gold demand rises 27% in Q1
OPINIONS: BJP protests too much

NATION: Income ceiling for creamy layer raised to Rs 6 lakh

SPORTS: The premier league of quick fix
WORLD: All-weather ties with Pak to continue, says China




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All-weather ties with Pak to continue, says China
Beijing, May 16
Ahead of Premier Li Keqiang's maiden visit to Islamabad, China today ruled out any change in bilateral ties with the new Pakistan government led by Nawaz Sharif, saying the "all-weather" relationship will continue.
(Report on WORLD page)

Terror trail led cops to cricketers, bookies
New Delhi, May 16
Indian security agencies routinely keep a watch on random calls originating from Pakistan and it was during one such screening that a series of calls were traced which had originated from numbers in Pakistan and in other countries. The annual income ceiling for creamy layer (socially advanced groups) within the OBCs will now be Rs 6 lakh instead of Rs 4.5 lakh.

India’s shame: 3,000 child soldiers involved in armed conflicts
Report finds 500 child soldiers in N-E, J&K; 2,500 in Naxal-hit states 
Guwahati, May 16
At least 3,000 children, 500 in Northeast and Jammu and Kashmir and about 2,500 in Naxal-affected states of the country, are working for armed militant/rebel groups. It has been disclosed by the Asian Centre for Human Rights (ACHR) in its just released report titled ‘India’s Child Soldiers’. “The recruitment of child soldiers by the armed groups, including the Naxalites, is rampant and at least 3,000 children currently remain involved in armed conflicts.




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