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AAP to contest Lok Sabha polls...more
Kejriwal says no to duplex flats, asks for smaller house...more
40 feared trapped in Goa building collapse...more
 No hike in number of subsidised LPG cylinders: Moily...more
 Devyani's arrest has caused hiccups in ties with India: US...more
9 decomposed bodies found in Nagaland...more
Tejpal�s judicial remand extended by 10 days...more

PM says no 3rd term for him, Rahul fit for top job
Blames Modi for Gujarat riots, says he will be a disaster as PM
Asserts economy grew despite global crisis
Admits corruption an issue
New Delhi, January 3
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh addresses a press conference in New Delhi on Friday Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday declared that his innings as the executive head of the government will end after the Lok Sabha elections in May and endorsed Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi's credentials for the top job while warning that Narendra Modi would be ruinous for the country.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh addresses a press conference in New Delhi on Friday. Reuters

news analysis: Rahul�s anointment as PM candidate a matter of time

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BJP hits out at Manmohan for Modi remark
New Delhi, January 3
Lashing out at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for his sharpest attack till date against its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, the BJP termed his comment as �unfortunate� and something that did not behove the high office he holds.

Sonia to seek dismissal of lawsuit in 1984 riots case
New York, January 3
Congress president Sonia Gandhi will move a US court here seeking dismissal of a human rights violation lawsuit filed against her by a Sikh advocacy group and will urge the court to prevent it from filing further cases on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in America.

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SC rejects Nirmal Yadav�s plea
New Delhi, January 3
The Supreme Court today dismissed former Punjab and Haryana High Court judge Nirmal Yadav�s petition challenging the trial court decision to frame charges against her in the corruption case involving payment of Rs 15 lakh in cash on August 13, 2008.

Petrol dearer by 75 paise, diesel 50
New Delhi, January 3
Petrol prices were hiked by 75 paise and diesel by 50 paise per litre due to an increase in global crude oil prices and a fall in the rupee value. The hikes, effective midnight tonight, are excluding local sales tax or VAT and the actual increase will be higher and vary from city to city.
(Deatails on Business page)


PUNJAB: Alarmed, Congress high command seeks feedback

HARYANA: Farm fear: Yellow rust in Yamunanagar

J&KKashmiri Pandit migrants demand hike in cash relief

HIMACHAL: PM: Yet to study charges against CM

CHANDIGARH: Cafe bar in for more trouble

LUDHIANA: Fire at cosmetics shop

DELHI: Rape cases: Police to file chargesheet within 20 days
BUSINESS: Need more efforts to create jobs, curb inflation: India Inc
OPINIONS: PM defends his record

NATION: Govt mulls provisions for removal of CBI chief

SPORTS: �New sports awards guidelines leave some loopholes�
WORLD: Severe snow storm, low temp paralyse US




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Severe snow storm, low temp paralyse US
Around 2,000 flights cancelled; schools, offices closed as Arctic winds sweep the northeastern region 

Boston/New York, January 3
A heavy snowstorm and dangerously low temperatures gripped the northeastern United States on Friday, delaying flights, paralysing road travel and closing schools and government offices across the region.
(Details on World page)

Rape cases: Police to file chargesheet within 20 days
New Delhi, January 3
 Asserting that women's security is of utmost priority, the Delhi Police is taking giant steps towards ensuring that they feel safe in the city.
(Details on DELHI page)

Nuclear power a dependable, clean option: Manmohan
Lays foundation stone of Global Centre for Nuclear Energy at Jhajjar
Jassaur Kheri (Jhajjar), January 3
PM Manmohan Singh, Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda and MP Deepender Hooda at Jasaur Kheri village in Jhajjar district on FridayPrime Minister Manmohan Singh today strongly favoured nuclear power as a �dependable and clean option�.
PM Manmohan Singh, Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda and MP Deepender Hooda at Jasaur Kheri village in Jhajjar district on Friday. Photo: Manoj Dhaka


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