2008, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Tata: Nano car plant to be relocated Kolkata, September 2
On the 10th day of Mamata Banerjee’s dharna and agitation at Singur, Tata Industries chairman Ratan Tata today announced their decision to shift the Nano motor plant from Singur to some other “safe state”.
BMW Hit-and-Run Case
Nanda guilty of homicide New Delhi, September 2
A city court today held Sanjeev Nanda, grandson of former Admiral S.M.
Nanda, guilty for mowing down six persons in the BMW hit-and-run case that took place in the wee hours of January 10, 1999, on the Lodhi road in the capital.
Sanjeev Nanda being taken to the lock-up from the Patiala House Courts in New Delhi on Tuesday. Suresh Nanda (right) looks shocked after the court pronounced his son guilty.
— Tribune photos by Manas Ranjan Bhui
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to visit Orissa today Bhubaneshwar, September 2
Home minister Shivraj Patil will
visit the troubled areas of Orissa tomorrow for on-the-spot assessment
of ground situation. Violence in the state continued for the 10th day in
a row, with no signs of return of normalcy, despite positioning of 33
additional companies of paramilitary forces, including six of the Rapid
80 houses torched in Kandhamal Bhubaneswar, September 2
The situation in Orissa’s riot-hit Kandhamal district continues to be volatile today with at least 80 houses being torched in fresh violence as the government accelerated relief and rehabilitation efforts for which Rs 2 crore have been sanctioned.
After Bihar, Assam Floods hit over 10
lakh Guwahati, September 2
The flood situation in Assam continued to remain grim with floodwaters inundating more areas. The situation in Majuli in the bosom of Brahmaputra has turned for worse with about 90 per cent area of the world’s largest inhabited river island reeling under floodwaters.
Schoolchildren use a country-made boat through a flooded street at Majuli in Jorhat district of Assam on Tuesday. — PTI
brings good news for Kashmir Srinagar, September 2
The beginning of Muslim's holy
month of Ramzan brought a fresh lease of life into Kashmir today and the
administration helped matters further by completely lifting the curfew
as a goodwill gesture, driving people in thousands to markets as they
attempted to bring their lives back on the tracks.
Thermal plant stone laid Banawala/Talwandi Sabo, September 2
A day after the Congress sounded the poll bugle with its rally at Lambi, the home turf of Chief Minister Parkash Singh
Badal, the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) organised a massive show of strength at Banawala village in Mansa district today.
Doaba envy Malwa Jalandhar, September 2
Leaders of the Majha and Doaba
regions are agitated for Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has planned
to set up all thermal plants in the Malwa region. The thermal plant, for
which the foundation stone was laid today at Banawala village, near
Talwandi Sabo, is the fourth one coming up in the Malwa region and the
third in the Bathinda region.
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