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Kejriwal writes to LG on Jan Lokpal Bill...more
SC refuses to stay tabling of Telangana Bill in Parliament...more
Telangana issue rocks Parliament...more
SC directs NTPC not to cut power supply to BSES till March 26...more
SC issues defamation notice to Kejriwal...more
Spectrum auction takes off from Rs 52,689 crore...more
Molestation case: Cong asks J&K Minister to resign...more
Srinagar-Jammu highway closed due to fresh snowfall...more

Kejri takes CWG swipe at Cong
Orders probe into streetlight purchase scam; FIR lodged; Sheila Dikshit�s role under scanner

New Delhi, February 6
The AAP government in Delhi today ordered a probe into the Rs 90-crore streetlight purchase scam during the 2010 Commonwealth Games in which former Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit's role had come under the scanner.

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Anti-Telangana protests stall House on Day 2
New Delhi, February 6
Multiple concerns among members on the formation of a separate state of Telangana rocked proceedings in the Parliament for the second day ensuring that no business was transacted.

Declassify Bluestar documents, demand Akalis
New Delhi, February 6
In the wake of steaming debate on UK�s advisory role in Operation Bluestar, the Akalis today upped the ante against the government demanding immediate de-classification of correspondence between the Indian and British Governments during that period.

�84 riots: Delhi Cabinet�s go-ahead for SIT probe
New Delhi, February 6
The Delhi Government on Thursday gave its nod to a proposal to set up a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to look into the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. The SIT will re-investigate the First Information Reports (FIR) pertaining to the riots and also file fresh cases, if necessary.

CBI indicts 4 IB men in Ishrat encounter
Ahmedabad, February 6
The Central Bureau of Investigation today charged IB�s retired special director Rajinder Kumar and three other officers with conspiracy and murder but let off Narendra Modi�s close aide Amit Shah in the Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case. Shah�s name was not mentioned in the supplementary chargesheet filed in the special CBI court in spite of allegations levelled against him by a former police officer.


PUNJAB: Sidhu tops BJP list for Amritsar LS seat

HARYANA: Youth who tried to slap Hooda goes missing

J&KRs 1,094 cr disbursed among �kisan credit card� holders

HIMACHAL: Pensioners, women may get major relief in Budget

CHANDIGARH: No service tax on conversion of plots

LUDHIANA: F&CC clears key matters

DELHI: Tania murder: 300 NE students detained, clamouring for justice
OPINIONS: Protection for the corrupt
BUSINESS: Maruti launches automatic Celerio at Rs 4.29 lakh

NATION: Govt constitutes panel on racial attacks days after Nido�s death

SPORTS: McCullum punishes India
WORLD: Pak, Taliban hold peace talks


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Haryana kisan �rail roko� stir today, commuters to bear the brunt
Rewari, February 6
Giving final touches to its preparation for nationwide �rail roko� agitation, BJP Kisan Morcha has chosen seven places in the state to disrupt railway traffic tomorrow to mount pressure on the union government to accept their long-standing demands.

Two officers in dock in Joshi case probe
Chandigarh, February 6
Anil JoshiThe inquiry against Punjab Local Bodies Minister Anil Joshi in a case of his enrolment as a voter at several places in Amritsar and Tarn Taran districts will also bring under the scanner the role of deputy commissioner-cum-district electoral officers posted in these districts in 2012. The record pertaining to enrolment of Joshi and seven of his family members has reportedly gone missing from the electoral registration offices in Amritsar and Tarn Taran.

SAI cracks the whip, suspends wrestling coach
Hisar, February 6
The Sports Authority of India (SAI) today suspended its coach at the Haryana Agriculture University centre over allegations of sexual harassment by female wrestlers. Satbir Singh has been directed to report to the SAI headquarters with immediate effect. The SAI director general office took action against Satbir on complaints lodged by female wrestlers.


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