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Wednesday, February 5, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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Rajasthan suspends IAS officer on rape charges...more
Third day of spectrum auction takes off from 45,000 crore-mark
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Binny decides to withdraw support to Delhi govt
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Sensex surrenders initial gains; tumbles 117 points
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Clashes break out during protests over Telangana in Delhi
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Delhi HC asks AAP to reply to PIL on foreign funding...more
HC asks cops to file fresh report in Arunachal student case...more


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UK says it advised India on Bluestar
Nature of assistance was �purely advisory, limited�
The British government has confirmed the authenticity of official documents of 1984 that say a Special Services (SAS) adviser was sent to New Delhi to offer military advice before the storming of the Golden Temple that year. But UK Foreign Secretary William Hague told parliament in London that the advice was �purely advisory� and given months in advance of the Operation Bluestar.

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Telangana shadow looms as PM appeals for passage of Bill
New Delhi, February 4
Telangana is all set to storm the last session of 15th Lok Sabha starting tomorrow even as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today hoped that the House �in its wisdom� will pass the Bill. PM�s hopes did not, however, find a resonance in the Opposition�s stance with the BJP rejecting Congress� advice on the matter and asking it to put its own house in order.

Nation page: Historic women�s quota Bill passage an uphill task


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Top honour: Scientist CNR Rao and cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar receive country�s top civilian honour Bharat Ratna from President Pranab Mukherjee at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on Tuesday
Top honour: Scientist CNR Rao and cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar receive country�s top civilian honour Bharat Ratna from President Pranab Mukherjee at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on Tuesday. Tribune photos: Mukesh Aggarwal

ECI for criminal proceedings against Punjab minister Joshi
Amritsar, February 4
The Election Commission of India (ECI) has directed the Chief Electoral Officer, Punjab, to initiate criminal proceedings against Cabinet Minister Anil Joshi and his family members for having allegedly enrolled themselves �deliberately� at several places in Amritsar and Tarn Taran districts and for contesting Assembly and civic bodies elections from different places.

Lokpal panel: BJP opposes PM�s choice
New Delhi, February 4
The appointment of the fifth member of the selection committee for India�s first Lokpal has set off another political confrontation between the Congress-led UPA and principal opposition BJP.


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New Delhi, February 4
Former Supreme Court Judge Ashok Kumar Mathur will head the Seventh Pay Commission, which will revise salaries of over 50 lakh Central Government employees and remuneration of 30 lakh pensioners.

�Casteist� remarks kick up row at soccer meet
Hisar, February 4
Alleged casteist remarks by a Kurukshetra University (KU) football team coach marred the final of the inter-university women championship today. The match was to be played between the KU and reigning champs Vallore University, Tamil Nadu.
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India-born Satya Nadella takes over as Microsoft�s new CEO
Microsoft on Tuesday picked Hyderabad-born Satya Nadella as its new chief executive officer, a job once held by Bill Gates. He takes over from Steve Ballmer. Nadella is only the third CEO in the company�s around four-decade history, following co-founder Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer.

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