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Shinde cautions against threat to internal security in Punjab, J-K
New Delhi, November 21
Threat to internal security, both from existing and emerging situations in Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab, came into focus today with Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde asking top police officers from across the country to remain alert against infiltration and the misuse of cyberspace to spew �pernicious propaganda�.
(From left) Punjab Police chief SS Saini with his HP counterpart Sanjay Kumar, Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi and Haryana DGP Shriniwas Vashisht at a meeting in New Delhi on Thursday.
(From left) Punjab Police chief SS Saini with his HP counterpart Sanjay Kumar, Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi and Haryana DGP Shriniwas Vashisht at a meeting in New Delhi on Thursday. Tribune photo

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Shimla luxury housing project faces forgery case
Shimla, November 21
The Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau today registered an FIR in a forgery case involving the high-end housing project being executed by Bemloe Development and Infrastructure Company Private Limited at Kanlog. The project was approved during the BJP regime.

Land bought by Bajwa was shamlat deh: Probe
Chandigarh, November 21
The Punjab Government�s inquiry into a land deal by Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee president Partap Singh Bajwa in Bharonjian village of Mohali has established that the land bought by him was indeed �shamlat deh�, which cannot be bought or sold as its ownership wrests with the panchayat.

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Panel to identify panchayat land grab cases
Chandigarh, November 21
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has formed a three-member committee to identify cases where panchayat land has been occupied illegally in Mohali and initiate action against those found guilty.

Editorial: Combined harvest

Tehelka editor in sexual assault storm; victim wants probe
Govt withdraws Tejpal�s name from Prasar Bharati Board
New Delhi, November 21
Charges of sexual assault by a woman journalist against her boss Tarun Tejpal, the founder-editor of weekly news magazine Tehelka, triggered a massive debate on Friday over the safety of women at the workplace and led the government to reverse its decision to nominate Tejpal to the Prasar Bharati Board.

Editorial: Women at receiving end


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PUNJAB: DGP Sumedh Saini told to appear before trial court

HARYANA: Panel closes Bhagana Dalit dispute case

J&KAttach properties of top municipal official: HC

HIMACHAL: Govt wants registration of 45 doctors cancelled

CHANDIGARH: Day 2: 4,000 tenements razed, drive peaceful

LUDHIANA: Love triangle behind murder

DELHI: Cong manifesto lacks vision: Goel
OPINIONS: Combined harvest

NATION: SC bars Sahara chief Subrata Roy from leaving country

SPORTS: Anand�s blunder brings Carlsen a half-step to crown
WORLD: Maoists reject vote count as Prachanda loses


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4 tax havens join India in fight against stash funds
Jakarta/New Delhi, Nov 21
In a big boost in the fight against blackmoney, four overseas jurisdictions, including Liechtenstein �where Indians are suspected to have stashed illicit funds � today agreed to do away with banking secrecy ways by allowing automatic tax information exchange.

RTI: Lifers freed early in Punjab, Haryana
Chandigarh, November 21
Lifers, convicted of most-heinous crime-murder, are walking free early in Punjab and Haryana. With the Punjab and Haryana governments misusing Governor�s powers of granting remission even before the completion of mandatory 14 years� imprisonment for life convicts with impunity, at least 65 convicts have been released prematurely by the respective governments.

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SC wants UP to withdraw relief based on communal lines
New Delhi, November 21
Coming down heavily on the Uttar Pradesh Government for minority-appeasement, the Supreme Court on Thursday directed the state to withdraw its October 26 notification that contained the names of only Muslims for the grant of Rs 5 lakh compensation following the recent Muzaffarnagar riots.

Maharaja Bhupinder�s shotguns up for auction
Patiala, November 21
Once the proud possession of the Patiala royals, the renowned Patiala 16g�s have resurfaced. A pair of two of these shotguns is being offered for sale by London�s Nicholas Holt Auction House at its December 12 Christmas auction with an estimated price bracket of �20,000 to �25,000.


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