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Punjab government has approved certain amendments in the Marriage Palace Regularisation Policy announced few days ago. An official spokesman said the last date for submission of applications for regularisation has been extended to December 31, 2012. Also, only 25 per cent of the total charges of regularization have to be paid at the time of approval.
Nayar book 'partially' removed objections: says Dal Khalsa
Amritsar: Radical Sikh organisation Dal Khalsa Tuesday alleged that in the recently released third reprint of the Kuldip Nayar's autobiography Beyond the Lines, "The author has not fulfilled his commitment in entirety". While the "objectionable portion" relating to Dal Khalsa and Bhai Amrik Singh had been removed, others regarding Jarnail Singh Bhindrawale still remain in the book, Dal Khalsa spokesperson Kanwarpal Singh said.