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PM took final decision on allocations:
Ex-Coal Secy
Says Manmohan should be named conspirator
Manmohan SinghHyderabad, October 16
Denying any wrongdoing in the allocation of coal blocks, former Union Coal Secretary Prakash Chandra Parakh, who has been named in the FIR by the CBI, dropped a bombshell when he said that it was Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who took the final call on the allocations.
Nation page: Cong, BJP, Left trade charges
Editorial: Wait for outcome

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Virat, Rohit on fire as India stun Oz, complete 2nd highest chase in ODIs
* Overhaul 359-run target losing one wicket
* Kohli hits fastest ton by Indian
Jaipur, October 16
What do you do after watching a thriller like the one played out at Sawai Mansingh Stadium on Wednesday - admire India's herculean batting effort or lament the miserable bowling attack that was torn to shreds.

JAIPUR JIVE: Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli exult after a scintillating win over Australia in the 2nd ODI in Jaipur on Wednesday
JAIPUR JIVE: Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli exult after a scintillating win over Australia in the 2nd ODI in Jaipur on Wednesday. Sharma scored an unbeaten 141. — PTI

US ship won’t be allowed to move till probe is completed: Govt
Chennai/Tuticorin, October 16
The US-based ship detained off Tuticorin port for illegally carrying arms and ammunition will not be allowed to move out till the probe was over, Shipping Minister G K Vasan said today as Tamil Nadu Q Branch Police took over the investigation from Marine police.
US vessel, MV Seaman Guard Ohio, detained by the Coast Guard after it entered Indian waters carrying illegal arms at Tuticorin Port on Wednesday. — PTI


PUNJAB: No pension, it’s only cards for Maqboolpura widows

HARYANA: Govt notifies property tax rates

J&KPak targets 31 Indian posts in 24 hrs

HIMACHAL: CM on inauguration spree in Nalagarh

CHANDIGARH: Audit report puts MC in dock

LUDHIANA: Two injured in firing incident

DELHI: Parliamentary Board to decide CM candidate: Gadkari
OPINIONS: Wait for outcome

BUSINESS: India may finance CAD with forex reserves: World Bank

NATION: Cong, BJP, Left trade charges

SPORTS: Spain, England make it to Rio
WORLD: Suicide bomber kills provincial minister, seven others in Pak


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2 Congmen suspended over hoardings showing Sonia ill
Lucknow, October 16
The Uttar Pradesh Congress today suspended two office-bearers for putting up hoardings stating party president Sonia Gandhi is unwell and urging her daughter Priyanka to contest upcoming polls from Phoolpur constituency.

PM to embark on trip to Russia, China next week
New Delhi, October 16
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will embark on a two-nation trip that will take him to Russia and China, two of the five P-5 member countries, for a back-to-back bilateral engagement from October 20-24 seeking to advance New Delhi's "special and strategic partnership'' with Moscow and "strengthening'' relationship with Beijing.

Rajdhani, Shatabdi fares to go up from today
New Delhi, October 16
Passengers will have to shell out more for travelling in Rajdhani, Duronto and Shatabdi trains from Thursday as Railways has increased catering charges in these premier trains by about two to four percent.

Curbs on VIP movement at airports in poll-bound states
The move is intended to check inflow of black money and arms
New Delhi, October 16
In view of the upcoming Assembly elections, a different security arrangement will be implemented at all airports in the five poll-bound states to cater to the movement of VIPs. The aim will be to prevent inflow of black money and arms.




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