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Shinde: Pak should take urgent, quick action to punish attackers
New Delhi, November 26
Pakistan should punish those involved in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks as enough evidence has been given to the neighbouring country, Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said today.
Members of the Shillong Chamber Coir perform during an event to mark the fifth anniversary of the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai.
Members of the Shillong Chamber Coir perform during an event to mark the fifth anniversary of the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai. � AFP

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Talwar couple get life term for Aarushi murder
Ghaziabad, November 26
The Ghaziabad special CBI court today sentenced Rajesh (49) and Nupur Talwar (48) to life imprisonment for killing their daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj in May 2008. CBI special judge Shyam Lal further awarded the doctor-couple five years in jail for destruction of evidence. Rajesh Talwar was also given one-year jail term for providing false information and lodging a false FIR, said CBI lawyer RK Saini.

HC �raps� ex-judge for order on Punjab fake encounters
Chandigarh, November 26
In a first, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has virtually indicted its own judge for coming out with �uncalled for� observations on fake encounters in Punjab and minced no words to say the Punjab Police played a salutary role in dealing with militancy. A Division Bench has also set aside the orders of a CBI probe passed by the now-retired Single Judge five years ago.

Goa cops alert airports for Tarun Tejpal
Panaji/New Delhi, November 26
The Goa Police today issued an "immigration checkpost alert" against Tehelka Editor-in-Chief Tarun Tejpal, accused of sexually assaulting his junior colleague, so that he cannot leave the country even as it recorded the victim's statement.


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PUNJAB: State will have surplus power next fiscal, says PSPCL

HARYANA: Wrestlers get Rs 44 lakh awards, police posts

J&KCentre tells J&K Govt to speed up installation of water meters

HIMACHAL: MC�s Palika Bazar illegal

CHANDIGARH: UT wants fine hiked from Rs 500 to Rs 10,000

LUDHIANA: Schools short of rations

DELHI: BJP manifesto promises to cut power tariff by 30%
OPINIONS: Blood on the wall

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New Delhi, November 26
The Supreme Court today constituted a 10-member committee headed by its woman judge, Justice Ranjana Prakash Desai, to deal with complaints of sexual harassment within its precincts.

Dera followers, opponents clash in Moga village
Faridkot, November 26
Followers of Dera Sacha Sauda and members of a radical Sikh organisation clashed over the holding of a religious congregation at Dhudi Ke village in Moga district today. The police resorted to firing in the air, lathicharge and bursting of teargas shells to disperse members of both groups who had been hurling stones at each other.

Bride & prejudice: 50% men in Sirsa belt have non-Haryanvi wives
Sirsa, November 26
A young doctor in the Primary Health Centre at Ding in Sirsa was surprised when in half an hour he examined six women having the names unheard of in this area. What surprised him even more was the fact that they spoke in a language that was a mix of local dialect and the one spoken in the eastern states of the country.


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