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    Sikh News Punjab Looks At Dark Diwali As 2 Power Units Run Out Of Coal (Indian Express Via Yaho

    This Diwali could well be a dark one for Punjab with Ropar and Bathinda thermal plants on the verge of closure due to paucity of coal stocks. Sources say the two thermal power plants, responsible for the majority of power produced in the state, are left with coal stocks for only two days. Though...
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    Sikh News Punjab Looks At Dark Diwali As 2 Power Units Run Out Of Coal (Express India)

    This Diwali could well be a dark one for Punjab with Ropar and Bathinda thermal plants on the verge of closure due to paucity of coal stocks. More...
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    Sikh News Guru Nanak Looks Chinese In China-made Idols (The Times Of India)

    CHANDIGARH: After the Chinese-made kirpans (daggers) nearly wiped out local manufacturers of one of the five 'K's of Sikhism, it is the turn of Guru Nanak Dev's idols with 'Chinese characteristics' to flood shops across Punjab. More...
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    Sikh News Guru Nanak Looks Chinese In China-made Idols (The Times Of India)

    The figurines, which have been in the market in Punjab are available for Rs 100-150. The Sikh clergy have issued directions to refrain from buying these idols. More...
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    Sikh News Guru Nanak Looks Chinese In China-made Idols (The Times Of India)

    CHANDIGARH: After the Chinese-made kirpans (daggers) nearly wiped out local manufacturers of one of the five 'K's of Sikhism, it is the turn of Guru Nanak Dev's idols with 'Chinese characteristics' to flood shops across Punjab. More...
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    Sikh News Nanak Looks Chinese In China-made Idols (The Times Of India)

    CHANDIGARH: After the Chinese-made kirpans (daggers) nearly wiped out local manufacturers of one of the five 'K's of Sikhism, it is the turn of Guru Nanak Dev's idols with 'Chinese characteristics' to flood shops across Punjab. More...
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    Sikh News Nanak Looks Chinese In China-made Idols (The Times Of India)

    The figurines, which have been in the market in Punjab are available for Rs 100-150. The Sikh clergy have issued directions to the community to refrain from buying these idols. More...
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    Sikh News SGPC Looks For Middle Path (The Times Of India)

    Sikh clergy's decision on Dera's second apology letter in many ways holds key to the imbroglio that has deepened the chasm between Sikh radicals and moderate organisations. More...
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    General Call Me HAL: Japan Looks To Robots For Elderly Care (Reuters)

    Reuters - They won't be leaping tall buildings in a single bound, but Japan's growing number of elderly may someday have a new lease of life that allows them to care for themselves -- and maybe even pump a little iron...
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    Spielberg: No Movie Yet For Japan PM Despite Looks (Reuters)

    Reuters - Filmmaker Steven Spielberg praised Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's "movie star good looks" on Monday, but nimbly dodged the question of whether the Japanese leader had a future in film...
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    Sikh News Government Looks Forward To A Serious Budget Session(LEAD)

    ... he took power in May, faces an opposition waiting to attack him on the controversial change of government in Goa, a report on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots and the ... http://netindia123.com/showdetails.asp?id=69007&cat=India&head=Government+looks+forward+to+a+serious+budget+session(LEAD)
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    Sikh News New York Sikh Playboy Looks To Bollywood

    http://www.apunkachoice.com/scoop/bollywood/20050112-0.html New York Sikh playboy looks to Bollywood Apun Ka Choice, CA - 13 minutes ago ... The 33-year-old Sikh hotelier from New York, who plays the lead role in the movie says he is open to acting now and wants to do good and meaningful...
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