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President clears food security ordinance...more
CBI probing all angles into Ishrat case: Director
 MP Finance Minister resigns over sodomy charges...more
 SC asks EC to frame guidelines on freebies by parties...more

Food security ordinance raises Opposition hackles
Parties say it’s a hasty move, want debate in Parliament
New Delhi, July 4
The food security programme has a major task cut out for the states as they have to count their poor — a gigantic exerciseAs the UPA government prepares to operationalise an ordinance giving the people of India the legal right to food, it is faced with serious political as well as logistical fallouts.

The food security programme has a major task cut out for the states as they have to count their poor — a gigantic exercise

Industry questions feasibility of food security programme (Details on NATION page)

Punjab flouted norms for buying schoolbooks, says Central panel
New Delhi, July 4
The Central team that probed complaints of alleged misuse of funds for the purchase of textbooks for schoolchildren in Punjab has concluded that the guidelines applicable for such procurements were not adhered to.

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Railgate: Bansal is CBI witness
New Delhi, July 4
Former Union Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal, whose nephew Vijay Singla and nine others have been chargesheeted by the CBI in the Rs 10 crore cash-for-post bribery case, has been named as a prosecution witness. 

Ishrat case guilty must be punished: Shinde
New Delhi, July 4
A day after the CBI told a court in Ahmedabad that it is probing the role of IB officers in Ishrat Jahan case, Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde today said those guilty of carrying out the alleged fake encounter should be punished. "Facts are facts. Guilty should be punished," Shinde said when asked to comment on CBI's submission to the court.
A fake encounter (Details on EDIT page)

3 die in Mumbai godown collapse

Rescue workers at the site of the building collapse in the Narpoli area of Bhivandi, Mumbai, on Thursday.
Rescue workers at the site of the building collapse in the Narpoli area of Bhivandi, Mumbai, on Thursday. — PTI

Three persons were killed and 24 injured after the five-year-old structure, a portion of which was under construction, came down. At least eight persons were suspected to be still trapped. 
This is the fourth such incident in the Mumbai metropolitan region over the past three weeks. At least 27 persons have died in similar cases at Mahim, Mumbra and Dahisar. — IANS


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PUNJAB: Youth dies as police opens fire to rein in clashing supporters

HARYANA: DC orders survey of Panipat village

J&KOne injured as locals clash with CRPF at Baltal base camp

HIMACHAL: Govt rethinks on DGP from other state

CHANDIGARH: 4 convicted of CA’s murder

LUDHIANA: Residents go powerless for 6 hrs

DELHI: Delhi poll info just one SMS away
Business: Cobrapost expose: Action against more banks likely, says RBI
OPINIONS: A fake encounter

NATION: France eases visa norms for Indian students

SPORTS: Lisicki labours, Bartoli breezes into final
WORLD: Top judge at the helm in Egypt


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Land acquisition: Pay Rs 9 lakh/acre more to Manesar landowners, SC tells Haryana
New Delhi, July 4
The Supreme Court has directed the Haryana Government to pay additional Rs 9,24,644 per acre to landowners in Manesar, Gurgaon, for the acquisition of 771 acres of land in 2002 for the second and third phases of the Industrial Model Township (IMT).
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Ajit meets Sonia, denies talk on Jet-Etihad deal
New Delhi, July 4
Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh today met Congress president Sonia Gandhi, apparently to register his protest over the way his role had been portrayed by the PMO in the controversial Jet Airways-Etihad Airways deal.

China hosts Sharif, Antony in a rare diplomatic tango
Beijing, July 4
China today hosted Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and India Defence Minister AK Antony in a rare diplomatic tango between its all-weather friend and emerging strategic partner, India.
As both Sharif and Antony arrived here, state-television projected it as a rare diplomatic event by China hosting top leaders from both the countries, setting off a new phase with cordial ties with them.
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