2008, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Gujjars soften stand, ready to talk Karawadi, Bharatpur, May 29
Gujjar leader Kirori Singh Bainsla said he could consider talking to the Rajasthan government provided it made a “proper proposal”.
Policemen beat an agitator who was guarding the body of his brother allegedly killed in firing at Pattikalyana village, near Panipat,
during Gujjar violence on Thursday. — Tribune photo by Ravi Kumar
2 killed near Panipat Pattikalyana (Panipat), May 29
A 1.5 km stretch on the National Highway No. 1 here today was virtually turned into a “combat zone” as the police and scores of Gujjars continued to attack each other repeatedly for over six hours.
Cong leaders court arrest Police scuttles dharna at CM’s house
The politics of “gheraos” today saw Punjab
Cong leaders courting arrest in front of their office here after not being allowed by the police to proceed towards Chief Minister’s
Bhattal reaches for the
top: PPCC president Rajinder Kaur Bhattal climbs atop a police bus before courting arrest during a protest by Congress leaders in Chandigarh on Thursday.
Tribune photo by Manoj Mahajan
Tusker kills four Dehra Dun, May 29
A rogue tusker today went berserk killing four persons and injuring nearly half a dozen others, one of them seriously, before being gunned down.
Class X Results 2,589
students get more than 95 pc New Delhi, May 29
The Central Board of Secondary
Education (CBSE) announced Class X results today morning with an overall
passing percentage of 87.08 per cent.
Oil Price Hike CWC meets tomorrow New Delhi, May 29
As Prime Minister Manmohan Singh deliberated with his senior Cabinet colleagues and Congress president Sonia Gandhi today to take a political call on hiking fuel prices, the Congress Working Committee (CWC) is meeting here on Saturday to take the party into confidence on this issue as also to discuss its political debacle in Karnataka.
Mush planning to step down? Islamabad, May 29
A long late evening session between Pakistan Army chief Gen. Ashfaq Kayani and President Pervez Musharraf has trigged speculation that the latter is about to decide on his future and is expected to reveal it within the next 48 hours.
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