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Forensic tests show CD was doctored: Prashant Bhushan – The Hindu


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Forensic tests show CD was doctored: Prashant Bhushan
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PTI Lokpal Bill drafting committee Co-Chairman Shanti Bhushan and committee member Prashant Bhushan arrive for the first meeting of the panel at North Block in New Delhi on Saturday. Photo:S.Subramanium Prashant Bhushan, a member of the Lokpal Bill
Doctored CD backed by powerful people, says Prashant BhushanNDTV.com
Analysis say CD was doctored: BhushanIBNLive.com
Conspiracy to target me and my father: Prashant Bhushan on CD rowZee News
Economic Times –Hindustan Times –Times of India
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Can’t punish on Shunglu report,probe findings first:Delhi govt – Economic Times

Can't punish on Shunglu report,probe findings first:Delhi govt
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: With PMO asking Home Ministry to take follow up action on Shunglu report on CWG projects, Delhi Government now wants a "thorough" probe by "competent" central agencies into alleged irregularities pointed out by the PM-appointed panel before
Babus reshuffled in Delhi govtTimes of India
File response to C'Wealth Games irregularities, Delhi govt tells departmentsDaily News & Analysis
PMO Wants Action On Commonwealth Games Scam In Three MonthsSouth Asian Link

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2G scam: SC to pass order on public prosecutor’s appointment on Monday – Economic Times


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2G scam: SC to pass order on public prosecutor's appointment on Monday
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court will on Monday pass an order on the appointment of a special public prosecutor for holding the trial of former telecom minister A Raja and other accused in the 2G spectrum case. The apex court will also pass direction for
2G scam: Supreme Court to appoint special public prosecutor on MondayThe Hindu
Govt, SC spar over choice of prosecutor in 2G trialTimes of India
SC to pass order on public prosecutor's appointment for A Raja and others' trialAll India Radio
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Pass Lokpal Bill by August 15 or face agitation, says Anna Hazare – Daily News & Analysis


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Pass Lokpal Bill by August 15 or face agitation, says Anna Hazare
Daily News & Analysis
Place: New Delhi | Agency: PTI Gandhian Anna Hazare today threatened to revert to agitation if an effective Lokpal legislation is not enacted by August 15 and dismissed criticism that he had resorted to "blackmail", saying he would continue to do so in
Lokpal bill draft to be ready by June 30: MoilyThe Hindu
Jan Lokpal Bill to be basis of anti-graft law: KejriwalEconomic Times
Indians in US back Hazare with fasts, candlelight vigilsTimes of India
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Julian Assange claims WikiLeaks is more accountable than governments – The Guardian


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Julian Assange claims WikiLeaks is more accountable than governments
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WikiLeaks 'is more responsive than a government that is elected after sourcing money from big business every four years,' Assange told the audience. Photograph: Akira Suemori/AP WikiLeaks is more accountable than democratically elected governments
WikiLeaks chief extradition appeal set for JulySify
Assange: WikiLeaks Better Than Gov'tDaily Beast
WikiLeaks and the MediaSalon
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Pakistan Sufi shrine suicide attack ‘kills 41’ – BBC News


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Pakistan Sufi shrine suicide attack 'kills 41'
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Suicide attackers have killed at least 41 people and wounded many more at a shrine in Pakistan, police say. The explosions struck near the Sakhi Sarwar shrine in Punjab, as Sufi Muslim devotees gathered for an annual three-day festival.
Blasts at Pakistan Sufi shrine kill at least 30Times of India
Twin suicide attacks 'kill 41' at Pakistan shrineAFP
Shrine bombing kills 25 in central PakistanCNN International
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After World Cup win, huge windfall for Team India – NDTV.com


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After World Cup win, huge windfall for Team India
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PTI New Delhi/Mumbai: It's raining crores for the World Cup-winning Indian team whose members will also get residential plots and Railways too chipped in announcing first AC complimentary lifetime passes. The Board of Control for Cricket in India
Dhoni acknowledges role of quartetESPNcricinfo.com
Sachin Tendulkar declines to speculate on futureDaily News & Analysis
CWC final 2011: India fined for maintaining slow over-rateEconomic Times
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Japanese nuclear plant continues its radioactive spill into ocean – Los Angeles Times


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Japanese nuclear plant continues its radioactive spill into ocean
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For a second day, workers at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant were unable to plug a leak of radioactive water. Meanwhile, Japan's prime minister says it will take months to resolve the problems at the plant. By Julie Makinen and Thomas H. Maugh II,
Fukushima Plant Could Leak Radiation for MonthsVoice of America
Bodies found as nuclear plant leak poisons oceanThe Australian
Radioactive water leaking into oceanSydney Morning Herald
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Three contests which could decide the India-Pakistan semifinal – The Hindu


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Three contests which could decide the India-Pakistan semifinal
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The Hindu Indian skipper MS Dhoni and Sachin Tendulkar in action during a training session at Mohali on Sunday. Photo: S. Subramanium The weather is pleasant here during spring summer. But then, the cricketing temperature is hotting up.
2200 cops deployed for semis as Mohali turns into fortressTimes of India
Road to peace Kashmir via MohaliHindustan Times
India v Pakistan, World Cup 2011: Misbah-ul-Haq not worried by batting numbersESPNcricinfo.com
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Forensic tests show CD was doctored: Prashant Bhushan – The Hindu

The HinduForensic tests show CD was doctored: Prashant BhushanThe HinduPTI Lokpal Bill drafting committee Co-Chairman Shanti Bhushan and committee member Prashant Bhushan arrive for the first meeting of the panel at North Block in New Delhi on Saturday. Photo:S.Subramanium Prashant Bhushan, a member of the Lokpal Bill …Doctored CD backed by powerful people, says Prashant […]

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Can’t punish on Shunglu report,probe findings first:Delhi govt – Economic Times

Can’t punish on Shunglu report,probe findings first:Delhi govtEconomic TimesNEW DELHI: With PMO asking Home Ministry to take follow up action on Shunglu report on CWG projects, Delhi Government now wants a “thorough” probe by “competent” central agencies into alleged irregularities pointed out by the PM-appointed panel before …Babus reshuffled in Delhi govtTimes of IndiaFile response […]

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2G scam: SC to pass order on public prosecutor’s appointment on Monday – Economic Times

Moneycontrol.com2G scam: SC to pass order on public prosecutor’s appointment on MondayEconomic TimesNEW DELHI: The Supreme Court will on Monday pass an order on the appointment of a special public prosecutor for holding the trial of former telecom minister A Raja and other accused in the 2G spectrum case. The apex court will also pass […]

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Pass Lokpal Bill by August 15 or face agitation, says Anna Hazare – Daily News & Analysis

msnbc.comPass Lokpal Bill by August 15 or face agitation, says Anna HazareDaily News & AnalysisPlace: New Delhi | Agency: PTI Gandhian Anna Hazare today threatened to revert to agitation if an effective Lokpal legislation is not enacted by August 15 and dismissed criticism that he had resorted to “blackmail”, saying he would continue to do […]

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Julian Assange claims WikiLeaks is more accountable than governments – The Guardian

The GuardianJulian Assange claims WikiLeaks is more accountable than governmentsThe GuardianWikiLeaks ‘is more responsive than a government that is elected after sourcing money from big business every four years,’ Assange told the audience. Photograph: Akira Suemori/AP WikiLeaks is more accountable than democratically elected governments …WikiLeaks chief extradition appeal set for JulySifyAssange: WikiLeaks Better Than Gov’tDaily […]

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Pakistan Sufi shrine suicide attack ‘kills 41’ – BBC News

DAWN.comPakistan Sufi shrine suicide attack ‘kills 41’BBC NewsSuicide attackers have killed at least 41 people and wounded many more at a shrine in Pakistan, police say. The explosions struck near the Sakhi Sarwar shrine in Punjab, as Sufi Muslim devotees gathered for an annual three-day festival. …Blasts at Pakistan Sufi shrine kill at least 30Times […]

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After World Cup win, huge windfall for Team India – NDTV.com

The HinduAfter World Cup win, huge windfall for Team IndiaNDTV.comPTI New Delhi/Mumbai: It’s raining crores for the World Cup-winning Indian team whose members will also get residential plots and Railways too chipped in announcing first AC complimentary lifetime passes. The Board of Control for Cricket in India …Dhoni acknowledges role of quartetESPNcricinfo.comSachin Tendulkar declines to […]

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Japanese nuclear plant continues its radioactive spill into ocean – Los Angeles Times

CBC.caJapanese nuclear plant continues its radioactive spill into oceanLos Angeles TimesFor a second day, workers at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant were unable to plug a leak of radioactive water. Meanwhile, Japan’s prime minister says it will take months to resolve the problems at the plant. By Julie Makinen and Thomas H. Maugh II, …Fukushima […]

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Three contests which could decide the India-Pakistan semifinal – The Hindu

The HinduThree contests which could decide the India-Pakistan semifinalThe HinduThe Hindu Indian skipper MS Dhoni and Sachin Tendulkar in action during a training session at Mohali on Sunday. Photo: S. Subramanium The weather is pleasant here during spring summer. But then, the cricketing temperature is hotting up. …2200 cops deployed for semis as Mohali turns […]

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