2008, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Victory is the best revenge
India move on from Perth to Adelaide Perth, January 19
The fact that the highest total of the Test — 340 — was recorded in the fourth innings showed that the pitch was still excellent for batting, but with a modicum of extra bounce in it and aerial assistance to boot.
Skipper Anil Kumble celebrates the wicket of Andrew Symonds on Day Four of the third Test match between India
and Australia at the WACA stadium in Perth on Saturday. — AFP
Bird flu: 2 more districts hit, culling gains momentum New Delhi/Kolkata, January 19
Two more districts of West Bengal were today hit by the dreaded birdflu taking the total number of districts affected to five even as the Centre expressed dissatisfaction about the steps taken by the state government to cope with the disease.
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Indians among 14 terror suspects held
in Spain London/Madrid, January 19
Two Indians and 12 Pakistanis have
been arrested by the Spanish police, which claims to have smashed a
suspected Islamic terrorist cell that was plotting an attack in the
northeastern city of Barcelona.
crisis blows over New Delhi, January 19
The Goa government survived yet
another crisis after the Congress agreed to accommodate the rebel
legislators in the cabinet as part of a compromise worked out with the
1984 Riots CBI to give
report after Jasbir’s statement Dehra Dun, January 19
Without naming Congress leader
Jagdish Tytler, CBI director Vijay Shanker today asserted that the
agency would submit the report to the apex court after obtaining the
witness of US-based Jasbir Singh in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case.
office attacked; 2 hurt Ahmedabad, January 19
A little-known right wing Hindu
outfit today ransacked the NDTV’s office here and assaulted two
staffers to protest the news channel’s SMS poll with noted painter M F
Husain as a contender for the Bharat Ratna.
New Delhi, January 19
The National Knowledge
Commission, the high-level advisory body appointed by the Prime
Minister, today voiced against religion-based reservation and
felt that the government should focus more on providing equal
opportunities to all. National Knowledge
Commission chairman Sam Pitroda at a press conference in New
Delhi on Saturday. — Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal
over Nano. 16-yr old makes
Rs 25,000 car Varanasi, January 19
Move over Nano. Here comes
“Fame” for just Rs 25,000 assembled together by a 16-year-old. The
car, equipped with a 150 cc four-stroke scooter engine and weighing
around 160 kg, was among several products on display today at BHU.
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