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SC defers Ayodhya verdict till Sept 28

NEW DELHI: The Allahabad High Court verdict on the Ayodhya title suit will not be delivered on Friday with the Supreme Court deferring it by a week in a sudden turn of events on Thursday and deciding to hear the plea for postponement next Tuesday.

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MHA sets deadlines for CWG works

NEW DELHI: Setting its foot down, the Home Ministry on Thursday asked the Commonwealth Games Organising Committee to complete all unfinished works by Saturday morning to ensure foolproof security.

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PM holds meet on CWG, Kalmadi kept away

NEW DELHI: Amid intense criticism over Commonwealth Games preparations, the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh on Thursday held a meeting with Union ministers and others involved in the sporting event but kept away Organising Committee chief, Mr Suresh Kalmadi triggering speculation that he was being sidelined.

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End illegal occupation of J&K: India tells Pak

NEW YORK: Stating that Jammu and Kashmir is an internal matter of India, External Affairs Minister, Mr S M Krishna has asked Pakistan to end its illegal occupation of some parts of the state before advising New Delhi.

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Agitating Jats vow to disrupt CWG

CHANDIGARH:  Even as the Haryana government claims to have brokered peace with protesters in the state seeking inclusion in OBC list, members of the Jat community on Thursday threatened to disrupt the supply of essential commodities, including milk, to the national capital during the Commonwealth Games.

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Now, false ceiling portion falls off at CWG venue

NEW DELHI: In further embarrassment, parts of a ceiling at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, the main Commonwealth Games venue, fell on Wednesday but the Centre and Delhi government remained unfazed by the all-round attack over such incidents and instead targeted the media for highlighting “minor glitches.”

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Chidambaram appeals for peace ahead of Ayodhya verdict

NEW DELHI: Appealing for peace ahead of Friday’s pronouncement of the Ayodhya title verdict, the Home Minister Mr P Chidambaram on Wednesday said it would be inappropriate to reach any hasty conclusion that one side has won or that the other side has lost.

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BJP, LJP, Left unite over dialogue in Jammu & Kashmir

NEW DELHI: After their visit to Jammu and Kashmir, the Bharatiya Janata Party, Left parties and the Lok Janashakti Party pushed for dialogue with the people of the state as a solution to resolve the vexed situation, but remained divided on withdrawal or dilution of the controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA).

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Plea to defer Ayodhya verdict filed in SC

NEW DELHI: With just two days left for the verdict on Ayodhya title suit dispute, a petition was filed in the Supreme Court Wednesday seeking deferment of the judgement and to allow mediation.

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