SHORT TAKES | Telgi, 2 aides convicted in fake stamps case
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SHORT TAKES | Telgi, 2 aides convicted in fake stamps case

Abdul Karim Telgi has been convicted by a special court for his role in a 1995 case of selling fake stamps worth Rs 17 lakh. Telgi and his associates, Sanjay Gaikwad and Ram Ratan Soni, were awarded 10 years? rigorous imprisonment and fined Rs 50,000.CBI wants Rome to act on Quattrocchi Bofors case accused Ottavio Quattrocchi is willing to face the CBI in Italy. But investigators want Rome, which is an Interpol member, to act on the red (corner) notice against Quattrocchi.Govt?s new policy for AIDS orphans The HRD Ministry has formulated a plan to give financial and social incentives to people who adopt children orphaned by AIDS or natural calamities.Brokeback Mountain bags Golden Globe Cowboy romance Brokeback Mountain led the Golden Globes with four prizes, including the best dramatic film and the directing honour for Ang Lee.Raj Thackeray to launch new party Former Shiv Sena leader Raj Thackeray on Tuesday said at Nasik that he would launch his new political party in March. Raj is touring Maharashtra in the run up to the formation of the party.

india Updated: Jan 18, 2006 12:50 IST

First Published: Jan 18, 2006 12:50 IST