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Manmohan rules out third term, says Modi as PM will be disaster...more
 Inflation a concern; India heading for better times: PM...more
BJP condemns PM's remarks on Modi...more
 Ganguly resigns as NUJS honorary professor...more
 Dhir is new Delhi Assembly Speaker...more
 Cash-at-door scam: SC dismisses former judge Nirmal Yadav's petition...more
Evacuation begins from Muzaffarnagar relief camps...more
 Shutdown in Seemandhra hits normal life...more
 India, US mishandled Devyani case: Ex-diplomats...more

M�rashtra Govt partially accepts inquiry report on Adarsh scam
Gives clean chit to Shinde, other politicians; to file charges against 12 bureaucrats
Mumbai, January 2
Reversing its earlier stand rejecting the inquiry commission report on the controversial Adarsh Housing Society scam, the Maharashtra Cabinet today decided to file charges against bureaucrats, even as it gave a clean chit to politicians named in the report.

AAP govt wins trust vote
New Delhi, January 2
The Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi party government today won the confidence vote in the Delhi Assembly with the outside support of the Congress, Janata Dal (United) and an Independent MLA.

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal flashes the victory sign as Cabinet colleague Manish Sisodia looks on in Delhi on Thursday. A Tribune photo

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Pak Def Min for Kargil probe 
Islamabad, January 2
Pakistan�s Defence Minister Khawaja Asif has said that an inquiry should be held into the Kargil episode and a case should be filed against former military ruler Pervez Musharraf and his then colleagues for the 1999 coup.

Musharraf in hospital after chest pain
Pervez MusharrafFormer military ruler General (retd) Pervez Musharraf was taken to hospital on Thursday after he complained of chest pain while on his way to appear before the special court hearing the treason case against him.

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Reining in bureaucracy: Haryana to have right to service commission
Chandigarh, January 2
With a view to rein in bureaucracy and provide time-bound services to the citizens, the Haryana Government has issued an ordinance to constitute the Haryana Right to Service Commission (HRSC).

Himachal Cong backs Virbhadra
HPCC chief says BJP charge malicious
Shimla, January 2
Himachal Pradesh Congress president Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu came out in defence of Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh for the first time today. In a statement, Sukhu said the allegations levelled by BJP leader Arun Jaitley against the Himachal CM were malicious and politically motivated.

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PUNJAB: I've tried to accommodate all groups, says Bajwa

HARYANA: HSSB chief Poonia shown the door

J&KSnow-hit Kashmir remains cut off for 3rd day

HIMACHAL: No let-up in war of words over favour to firm by CM

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Police order probe

LUDHIANA: Allotment of land cancelled

DELHI: Activists protest �inept� handling of gangrape case
BUSINESS: Sensex tanks 252 points to end below 21,000 mark
OPINIONS: Wages of subservience

NATION: 27 killed as bus plunges into gorge in Maharashtra

SPORTS: Yuki takes out world No 16
WORLD: B�desh tense as non-stop stir continues


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Cabinet okays Prez Reference for Ganguly�s removal 
New Delhi, January 2
Justice AK Ganguly (retd)The Union Cabinet today cleared the proposal for a Presidential Reference for the removal of former Supreme Court judge AK Ganguly as head of West Bengal Human Rights Commission (WBHRC) in connection with sexual harassment allegations made against him by a law intern.

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The richer you are, the more alimony you�ll have to pay
Punjab & Haryana HC ups monthly maintenance to wife of hotel owner by Rs 1.2 lakh; says it must ensure a life of dignity
Chandigarh, January 2
The Punjab and Haryana High Court has made it clear that the richer you are, the more monthly maintenance you pay to your estranged wife. It has, in fact, enhanced monthly maintenance paid to an estranged wife by Rs 1.2 lakh after making it clear that the status of the parties has to be taken into consideration while calculating the interim amount. The woman in question will now get Rs 18 lakh annually, as the high court has ordered a monthly maintenance of Rs 1.50 lakh for a car, a house corresponding to her standing and other requirements.


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