Police looking for clues in the room in Chotta Rampur village near Herbertpur in Dehra Dun district where two Christian Missionaries were found dead on Monday.
— Tribune Photo by Vinod Pundir
Nuke Deal PM, Bush to discuss gamut of bilateral issues Frankfurt,
Embarking on a 10-day
visit to the US and France, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
today said he was keenly looking forward to his meeting with
President George W. Bush in Washington on September 25 to
discuss the entire range of bilateral issues, including the
civil nuclear initiative.
assault on Marriott Hotel By H. K. Dua
have shown that stem cells gone bad can be the cause of cancer.
The new President of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari, said after
Saturday’s blast in Islamabad that terrorism is like cancer
and that he was bent upon eradicating it from the body politic.
The burnt-out shell of Marriott Hotel on Monday. — AFP
stays postings of 25 officers Lower Punjab Judiciary New Delhi, September 22
The Supreme Court today
restrained the Punjab and Haryana High Court from giving judicial
postings to 25 officers appointed by the state government for lower
judiciary. Passing the stay order, a Bench headed by Chief Justice K.G.
Balakrishanan issued notices to the Punjab government and the Punjab
Public Services Commission on a petition filed by the Registrar of the
Delhi Encounter Jamia to defend
its students in court: V-C New Delhi, September 22
In an unprecedented move of a
university going pro-active and taking on the Delhi police, Jamia Millia
Islamia University has decided to defend its students involved in the
Batla House incident. Late this evening, Vice-Chancellor Mushirul Hassan
issued a brief but terse statement communicated by the PRO, Rakshanda
Jalil, that, “Jamia will defend its two students arrested in
connection with the Batla House incident.
Countering Terror Centre, states
urged to enact effective laws Chandigarh, September 22
The 73rd Conference of the
Presiding Officers of Legislative Bodies in the country today urged the
union and state governments to take steps to enact appropriate laws and
to “effectively coordinate their efforts and efficiently utilise their
resources” to eliminate the scourge of terrorism.
begins Punjab discovery Chandigarh, September 22
Congress general secretary Rahul
Gandhi started his three-day Punjab visit today. Following an ambitious
programme of travelling across the length and breadth of the state,
Rahul’s aim is to oversee the ongoing recruitment drive in the Youth
Congress and evaluate the party’s prospects for the forthcoming Lok
Sabha elections. Rahul wants to see the “real Punjab” during his
“Discover India” programme and is hoping to win over the Punjabis
“upset” with his family for Operation Bluestar.
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