2008, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
order on Sikhs stayed Way cleared for
allowing reservation to Sikh students in SGPC institutions New Delhi, May 15
The Supreme Court today
stayed an order of the Punjab and Haryana High Court that
declared that “Sikhs are not a minority in Punjab”.
Today’s order of the apex court will pave the way for
allowing reservation to Sikh students in educational
institutions being run by the SGPC.
Blood in Pink
café owner, son arrested Ghaziabad, May 15
The serial blasts that
rocked Jaipur on Tuesday, are suspected to be linked with
Ghaziabad. An E-mail from a cyber café in Shyam Park
extension, Sahibabad, was sent to some news channels on
Wednesday evening in which the “Indian Mujahidin Sangathan”
had taken responsibility for the blasts.
Widow attack in Assam again, 11 die Guwahati, May 15
Eleven persons, including a railway
engine driver, were killed and at least two others were injured in two
separate attacks carried out by suspected militants of Black Widow or
anti-talk faction of Dima Halam Daogah (DHD) outfit in North Cachar Hill
district of Assam this morning, police and railway sources informed.
political crisis in Pak: PPP leader New Delhi, May 15
While the rift between Pakistan’s
coalition partners, the PPP and PML-N appears to be widening over the
reinstatement of sacked judges, senior PPP leader Makhdoom Amin Fahim
today maintained there was no political crisis in the country and there
was scope for a rapprochement between the two parties.
Taj Corridor Case SC refuses to
pass order on Mayawati’s plea New Delhi, May 15
The Supreme Court today refused to
pass any order on the petition filed by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister
Mayawati seeking quashing of the CBI probe against her in the
disproportionate asset case registered five years ago.
Nuclear Deal CPI threatens
to withdraw support New Delhi, May 15
Ahead of the UPA-Left meet on the
Indo-US nuclear deal, the CPI has renewed its threat to withdraw support
if the government moved ahead on the issue. “They will have to do it
without us,” party general secretary A.B. Bardhan said, when asked
what the Left would do if the government ignored their objections and
went ahead on the deal.
Education or health be
pride: Ghee, lassi, panjiri, kheer... Chandigarh, May 15
Punjab may be flopping on fronts
like health, information technology but its flavoured Verka lassi, desi
ghee,ice-cream, sweetened milk, panjiri, paneer, curd, and kheer are
doing very well in the national and international market. Milkfed,
state’s leading cooperative, known for Verka brand in and outside the
country has achieved 64 per cent growth in the sale of lassi, 37 per
cent in sweetened flavoured milk, 31 per cent in ghee, 21 per cent in
ice cream, 70 per cent in kheer and 39 per cent in paneer last year.
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