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Parents held guilty of murdering Aarushi
CBI court to announce quantum of sentence today * Talwars to move Allahabad High Court against verdict
Ghaziabad, November 25
The Ghaziabad CBI court today convicted dentist-couple Rajesh and Nupur Talwar of murdering their daughter Aarushi (14) and Nepalese domestic help Hemraj (45) in a 2008 case. The court will pronounce the quantum of sentence on Tuesday. The couple face a maximum of life term in jail. Death for murder is given in rarest of rare cases.

(1) Rajesh Talwar (2) Aarushi (3) Hemraj (4)Nupur Talwar

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Woman journo quits; Tejpal seeks bail
Panaji/New Delhi, November 25
The Goa Police have contacted the young woman journalist who levelled a sexual assault allegation against Tehelka magazine Editor-in-Chief Tarun Tejpal even as he moved the Delhi High Court today seeking anticipatory bail.
The woman today resigned from the magazine while the National Commission for Women(NCW) sought a response from the Mumbai Police on steps it has taken for her security in the wake of her statement that she was being intimidated by Tejpal's family.

Talwandi Sabo power plant gets cracking
Banawala (Mansa), November 25
The first unit of the 1,980-MW Talwandi Sabo Thermal Plant became operational at Banawala village today. The plant, which happens to be the first in the private sector in Punjab, was commissioned by Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal by pressing a remote button. The inaugural ceremony of the 660-MW unit saw the Badal clan, including Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, Deputy CM Sukhbir Badal and Bathinda MP Harsimrat Badal, drubbing the Congress-led UPA government.

Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal along with Deputy CM Sukhbir Badal and MP Harsimrat Kaur Badal at the inauguration of the Talwandi Sabo power plant on Monday. Tribune photo: Pawan Sharma


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PUNJAB: Bittu Aulakh shared stage with SAD leaders weeks before arrest

HARYANA: Polluted nullah a nuisance for Hisar residents

J&KGovt submits Rs 5 cr plan to give Bahu Fort a facelift

HIMACHAL: Vigilance to question ex-Home Secy, top cops

CHANDIGARH: Killer stretch claims life

LUDHIANA: Mother held for girl�s murder

DELHI: Opposition making propaganda for political mileage: Dikshit
OPINIONS: A significant beginning

NATION: Coastal security plan still in limbo

BUSINESS: Stocks, rupee jump as oil prices slip after Iran deal
SPORTS: Zak gets a lifeline, Gambhir ignored
WORLD: China hardens stand over island rift


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THE 26/11 attacks
Five years on, Pak�s �sham� trial continues
New Delhi, November 25
Exactly a month back when Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif met US President Barack Obama in Washington, the first thing the American leader inquired about was the progress in the trial of the seven accused in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks case in a Pakistani anti-terror court.

Poor monitoring hampers Haryana EDUSAT plan
Chandigarh, November 25
The Edusat equipment gathers dust at a government school in NauoniAlready worth Rs 112 crores, the EDUSAT programme in Haryana schools is ailing, suffering from a lack of ownership by the staff and schools, power blues, dead batteries and a hibernating monitoring and review mechanism.
The Edusat equipment gathers dust at a government school in Nauoni


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