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Shukla resigns as IPL chief, Srinivasanís exit imminent
Rajeev Shukla, IPL ChairmanNew Delhi, June 1
IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla resigned from the post ahead of the BCCIís working committee meeting tomorrow that may see the exit of president N Srinivasan in the wake of spot-fixing controversy surrounding the IPL.

Sports page: As end game nears, Srini makes three demands before resigning
Iíve spoken my mind, itís up to Srinivasan to resign or not

Cong explores ways to pass stalled food and land Bills
New Delhi, June 1
The Congress top leadership today decided to explore ways to push the stalled Food Security Bill and Land Acquisition Bill by consulting its allies and other political parties to discuss the possibility of a special session of Parliament to enact these welfare measures.



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Punjab plans major sops for industry
Chandigarh, June 1
Workers at a cycle-manufacturing unit in LudhianaIn a bid to attract industry, the Punjab Government will announce at least five concessions for industrialists to set up units in the state. The concessions include waiving of VAT, stamp duty, electricity duty, property tax, and certain other fee and charges.
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Struggling Infy recalls its icon NRN
New Delhi/Bangalore, June 1
Infosys founder NR Narayana Murthy has been brought back as executive chairman to revive the fortunes of the software exporter that was once a technology bellwether, but is now struggling. The company has lost market share to its rivals such as Tata Consultancy Services and HCL Technologies.


Narayana Murthy at a press meet on Saturday. PTI

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Business page: Itís exciting though a new challenge, says Murthy


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HARYANA: All set for big fight today

J&KOne month after quake, Doda awaits relief package

HIMACHAL: Jai Ram files papers, BJP shows strength

CHANDIGARH: UT Administration reduces speed limits

LUDHIANA: Mayor pulls up staff

DELHI: Create inter-faith group for peace in society: Sikh Forum
Business: Itís exciting though a new challenge, says Murthy
OPINIONS: Not the time for blame game, get the act together

NATION: New defence policy to promote local industry

SPORTS: As end game nears, Srini makes three demands before resigning
WORLD: Pakistanís new Parliament sworn in


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Pakistan reaffirms commitment to pursue dialogue with India
New Delhi, June 1
Reacting to some media articles in India expressing doubts about Nawaz Sharif's ability to pursue an independent line of thinking on his country's ties with India, Islamabad today reaffirmed that the Pakistan Prime Minister designate was genuinely committed to taking forward the peace process between the two countries.

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Raipur, June 1
A CRPF officer was today killed in an encounter with suspected Maoists in Gariaband district of Chhattisgarh. Assistant Commandant SK Das was leading a squad of his men in the forests of Gariaband, 150 km from here, when the patrol encountered an armed Maoist squad around 3 pm. Das succumbed to bullet injuries which he had received in his abdomen and groin region, sources said.

Monsoon hits Kerala, brings cheer to farmers
New Delhi, June 1
A woman braves a sharp shower in Kochi on SaturdayThe crucial south-west monsoon arrived on cue in Kerala on the southern coast on Saturday, a top weather official said, boosting prospects for farm output and alleviating concerns of further suffering for key cotton and sugar growing areas hit by drought.
A woman braves a sharp shower in Kochi on Saturday. PTI

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