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Court to decide on framing of charges in 2G case on Sept 15

NEW DELHI: A Delhi court will decide on September 15 whether to put former telecom minister A Raja, DMK MP Kanimozhi and 15 others on trial for their alleged role in the 2G spectrum allocation scam, which according to CBI has said caused a loss of Rs 30,984 crore to the public exchequer.

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HC asks UP, Noida Authority to file counter affidavit

ALLAHABAD: The Allahabad high court on Monday asked the UP government and Noida Authority to file their counter-affidavits on hundreds of petitions filed by Gautam Buddh Nagar district farmers, who have challenged acquisition of more than 3,000 hectares of land for development of Greater Noida and Noida Extension areas.

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India erupts in celebrations

NEW DELHI: From Ramlila Maidan to Ralegan Siddhi – Mr Anna Hazare’s village, celebrations at full blast replaced days of protests as the Gandhian broke his fast on Sunday with his supporters marking “people’s victory” with dancing, waving of tricolour and handing out of sweets and flowers.

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PM meets President, discusses Anna

NEW DELHI: The Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh on Sunday met the President, Ms Pratibha Patil and discussed Parliament’s consensus resolution on the Lokpal bill as demanded by Mr Anna Hazare to end his fast.

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Anna breaks fast, says poll reforms on agenda

NEW DELHI:  Hailing Parliament’s nod on key elements of Jan Lokpal bill as “people’s victory”, Mr Anna Hazare on Sunday broke his 12-day-old fast declaring that electoral reforms will be on top of his agenda next so that corruption can come down.

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Ralegan Siddhi celebrates Anna’s victory

MUMBAI/RALEGAN SIDDHI: There was a carnival like atmosphere in Ralegan Siddhi, the native village of Mr Anna Hazare, and other parts of Maharashtra as the anti-corruption crusader broke his 12-day fast against corruption.

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Rs 70 lakh and counting, donations still pour in for Anna

NEW DELHI: Donations have been pouring in from across the country to support social activist Mr Anna Hazare’s anti-graft movement. India Against Corruption (IAC), the NGO spearheading it, has so far received more than Rs 70 lakh in cash donations and more is still coming in, an activist said.

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