2008, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Arushi Murder Case
Mayawati shifts three senior cops Lucknow, June 1
Citing the creation of an enabling environment for the CBI to conduct an impartial probe into the Arushi murder case, Chief Minister Mayawati today transferred the three top officers handling the double murder case in Noida.
Gujjar Stir Stalemate continues Autopsy at protest sites today
Jaipur, June 1
Sticking to their demand, Gujjar representatives today told the BJP leaders, who had come to the sit-in protest site at Pilupura for talks, that they would not move from the railway tracks for anything less than the ST status.
Smoking to be banned in workplaces New Delhi, June 1
Smokers beware! Hotels, airports, restaurants and even your drawing room will cease to be safe for you once the new regulations of banning smoking in workplaces come into effect. In video (56k)
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Pak Deal With Taliban Not at our cost: Karzai New Delhi, June 1
Days after Pakistan struck peace deal with Taliban, Afghan President Hamid Karzai has said the agreement should not compromise his country's interests, failing which Kabul would be “extremely angry”.
AP Bypolls TRS fails to capitalise on Telangana Hyderabad, June 1
The TRS, spearheading the Telangana statehood movement in Andhra Pradesh, today suffered a major blow when Congress and TDP nominees defeated the party candidates in key constituencies in the Telugu heartland.
He did not become the UNESCO
Good- will Ambassador by sheer chance. It was the trauma of India’s Partition and the images of violence engraved in his mind that forced Madanjeet Singh to promote cross-cultural ties among SAARC nations.
Madanjeet Singh, Unesco’s Goodwill Ambassador and founder of the South Asia Foundation.
Now, paid darshan at Vaishno Devi Jammu, June 1
In a bid to provide better facilities and easy services to pilgrims at the Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine, the shrine board authorities have introduced a system of “paid
darshan” from today.
452 trees face axe for multiplex, hotel Amritsar, June 1
The holy city which is witnessing a fast-depleting green cover will be a mute spectator to the felling of 452 trees, including many old ones, for the construction of a multi-storeyed hotel and a world-class multiplex. A view of the land of old Dr Vidya Sagar Mental Hospital, Amritsar, where 452 trees are to be felled to construct a hotel and a multiplex.
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