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IPL spot-fixing: Dhoni says he will speak at the right time...more
Goa, Assam cricket association officials urge Srinivasan to quit...more
 Delhi Police seizes cash paid to Sreesanth...more
 Renowned filmmaker Rituparno Ghosh
dies at 49
It is a sad day for Bengal: Mamata...more
CBSE Class X results declared...more

Pressure mounts on BCCI chief to go
Sports Ministry wants him to quit
Shukla, Jaitley too join chorus
Srinivasan unfazed
BCCI president N Srinivasan talks to the media as he leaves the BCCI headquarters in Mumbai on Wednesday. — PTINew Delhi, May 29
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president N Srinivasan on Wednesday came under all round attack with the Sports Ministry and Board heavyweights mounting pressure on him to quit. 

BCCI president N Srinivasan talks to the media as he leaves the BCCI headquarters in Mumbai on Wednesday. — PTI

Draft law suggests 5-yr jail for fixing (Nation page)
Sreesanth's friend, 3 others arrested (Nation page)
Pawar seeks Home Ministry inquiry into IPL-6 games  (Sports page)

India, Japan to speed up efforts on 
civil N-deal

Hail expanding defence ties; to work on maritime cooperation

Tokyo, May 29
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe PM Manmohan Singh and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe exchange documents in Tokyo on Wednesday. — AFPtoday decided to speed up talks on a civil nuclear deal to allow Japan to export nuclear reactors to India and to bolster maritime security cooperation at a time when China's postures in the seas of the regional have caused concerns.

PM Manmohan Singh and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe exchange documents in Tokyo on Wednesday. — AFP

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Punjab, others oppose River Basin Authority
New Delhi, May 29
The Centre’s ambitious move to set up a national-level body for integrated development of river basins is facing stiff resistance from various states. The very first meeting of the newly formed National Forum of Water Resources and Irrigation Ministers on Wednesday, to discuss the controversial National Water Framework Law (NWLS), witnessed opposition from Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.

More copters, UAVs to take on Maoists
Technical inputs to form backbone of revised strategy against the Red rebels
New Delhi, May 29
Technical inputs will form the backbone of a revised
anti-Maoist strategy and will be boosted by doubling the existing helicopter fleet, adding more unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and additional vehicles protected against mines. 
IAF’s Nagpur unit to help in Chhattisgarh
BJP not keen on NIA probe, wants SC-monitored SIT 
Karma had only 6 guards when attacked 


PUNJAB: Powell sees plenty of room for growth

HARYANA: Rift surfaces in Panipat Cong

J&KState gets six offers for rare sapphire extraction

HIMACHAL: GSI for control release of water from Geepang Gath lake

CHANDIGARH: Brace for power cuts from today

LUDHIANA: City-Delhi flight resumes from June 3

DELHI: Manipur girl's body found in house
Business: S&P upgrades RIL rating on clarity in expansion strategy
OPINIONS: Encouraging gambling

NATION: Sreesanth's friend, 3 others arrested

SPORTS: Pawar seeks Home Ministry inquiry into IPL-6 games
WORLD: Pak Taliban’s No. 2 ‘killed’ in US drone strike


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China imposes anti-dumping duties on pyridine from India
New Delhi, May 29
Even as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was visiting Tokyo, China announced its decision to levy provisional anti-dumping duties on pyridine, imported both from India and Japan.
The measure, which came into effect yesterday, has come at a time when India is seeking market easy access for its pharmaceuticals and IT-enabled services to the Chinese market. 

Suryanelli sex scandal: Convict retracts charge against Kurien
Thodupuzha (Kerala), May 29
In yet another twist to the nearly two-decade-old Suryanelli sex scandal, the lone convict in the case, Dharmarajan today retracted his allegation that Congress leader and Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman PJ Kurien was involved in the case.
(Details on Nation page)

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Study centre named after Indira to come up at Oxford
Shyam Bhatia in London

An Oxford University project to create a new graduate studies centre named in honour of Indira Gandhi has attracted a contribution of Rs 25 crore (approximately £3 million) from the Government of India.India’s contribution, which has been matched by a similar sum from Oxford, will help fund scholarships for postgraduate students from India to study at the centre - the Indira Gandhi Centre for Sustainable Development.




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