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Juvenile held guilty, to spend three years in special home
Disappointed by first conviction in case, Dec 16 rape victim’s family to appeal against verdict
New Delhi, August 31
In the first conviction in the December 16 gang-rape case, the Juvenile Justice Board on Saturday found the minor offender guilty of murder and rape of a 23-year-old trainee physiotherapist and sentenced him to a three-year detention in a “special home.”

A protest against the verdict outside the juvenile court in New Delhi.

Victim’s brother tries to attack juvenile
Delhi woman gang-raped by cops

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Petrol to cost Rs 2.35 more, diesel up by 50 paisa; LPG next
New Delhi, August 31
Petrol price has been hiked by Rs 2.35 per litre and diesel by 50 paisa excluding state levies effective midnight. This is the fifth increase in rates since June, as the falling rupee made oil imports costlier.

US moves towards ‘limited’ Syria strike
Cairo, August 31
The US today moved closer to military intervention in Syria with President Barack Obama saying he was considering a "limited, narrow" strike without involving ground forces, even as Russia dismissed claims about the use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime as "utter nonsense". US President Barack Obama and his national security staff discuss Syria in the White House’s Situation Room.
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Armyman’s body found 45 years after plane crash
Shimla, August 31
Not willing to give up the search for the mortal remains of its valiant soldiers killed in an an IAF AN-12 transport aircraft crash near Dhakka glacier almost 45 years ago, an Army search mission has recovered the remains of Hav Jagmail Singh of Corps of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.


PUNJAB: Cong demands memorial for militancy victims

HARYANA: Violence-hit areas in Gurgaon turn fortress

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HIMACHAL: Kangra shifts to direct bank transfer for LPG today

CHANDIGARH: Elderly woman done to death

LUDHIANA: Chaos comes calling on tracks

DELHI: Citizens happy overall; women's safety, cause for concern
Business: No proposal to convert idle gold into bullion, says RBI
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NATION: Change in mindset must to empower women, says Sonia

SPORTS: Sodhi finally gets coveted Khel Ratna
WORLD: Syria gas attack claims utter nonsense: Putin

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Pak moves artillery guns to LoC opposite Mendhar
Jammu, August 31
On the lines of what they did in Kargil War in 1999, the Pakistan Army has adopted an aggressive posture moving artillery guns along the Line of Control (LoC) opposite Mendhar sector in Poonch district, 230 km northwest of Jammu.

Asaram arrested from Indore ashram
Indore, August 31
Asaram Controversial godman Asaram Bapu, accused of sexually assaulting a minor, was arrested by the Jodhpur police from his ashram here late tonight. Armed with a medical report that the godman was fit to be interrogated, a team of the Jodhpur police arrested 72-year-old Asaram and whisked him in a white jeep about half an hour after the stroke of midnight, after waiting for nearly eight hours at the ashram.

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Amritsar MC’s ‘drum’ drive delivers
prompt results

Drummers on their doorstep, embarrassed tax defaulters pay up; civic body nets Rs 9 lakh on Day 1
An MC team with a drummer in front of a defaulter’s shop.Amritsar, August 31
The Amritsar Municipal Corporation’s ‘name and shame’ drive against tax defaulters seems to be working. Faced with an embarrassing prospect of civic body men beating drums (dhols) in front of their houses, a majority of residents voluntarily coughed up their pending dues on the very first day of the drive on August 29.


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