Digest of Domestic news for the week Feb 5-11, 2011

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Saturday

Ajmer: Rajasthan Anti Terrorist Squad (ATS) arrestsone more person from Gujarat in connection with the 2007 Ajmerdargah blast case following interrogation of Swami Aseemanandwhose custody has been extended till February 11.

Kolkata: Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee rules outdisclosing names of those who have stashed away money in taxhavens abroad but discloses that notices have been sent to 17of the 18 names of account holders in a bank in Liechtenstein.

Sunday

Srinagar: In the wake of the killing of an innocentyouth in North Kashmir, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah pulls upthe Army for violating the Standard operating Procedure anddirects security agencies to completely avoid violation ofhuman rights.

Malegaon/Mumbai: With the terror trail leading toHindu right-wing groups in 2006 Malegaon bombings, the CBI isnow planning to question members of such outfits includingthose arrested in connection with the blasts in Maharashtra''spower-loom city two years later.

Monday

New Delhi: Prospects of an immediate end to thedeadlock in Parliament over the JPC probe into 2G spectrumscam appears dim with the Opposition and governmentremaining firm in their respective positions for and againstsuch an inquiry on the eve of an all-party meeting.

New Delhi: Veteran Congress leader N D Tiwari fails inhis efforts to avoid undergoing a DNA test in a paternity suitfiled by a youth claiming to be his biological son with theDelhi High Court refusing to stay an earlier order asking himto give his blood sample.

Tuesday

New Delhi: CBI has been allowed by a Delhi court toquiz former Telecom Minister A Raja for two more days after itsaid that the "evasive" leader has to be confronted withdocuments and some officials of DoT to ascertain his rolein the 2G spectrum case.

Darjeeling: The army has been deployed in violence-hitareas of Darjeeling district after 2 persons were killed whenthe police opened fire to stop Gorkha Janmukti Morchasupporters from taking out a march in adjacent Jalpaiguridistrict defying prohibitory orders, sparking arson by GJMworkers who torched government vehicles and offices. MORE PTIPAT

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