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Monday, August 15, 2011, Chandigarh, India
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Cong goes ballistic against Anna
Points to Sawant panel report, says Hazare himself corrupt z Prove charges, says Gandhian 
New Delhi, August 14
The gloves are off. A day after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh gave a cutting reply to Anna Hazareís letter against him, the Congress on Sunday launched a no-holds-barred broadside against the social activist, calling him corrupt and accusing him of misleading the nation.
Union Ministers Kapil Sibal and Ambika Soni at a press conference in New Delhi. Nation page: Cong attack on Hazare



Union Ministers Kapil Sibal and Ambika Soni at a press conference in New Delhi. ó PTI

Water released from Pong dam after heavy inflow
Chandigarh, August 14
The unprecedented inflow into the Pong dam forced the Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB) to release water from the dam today even as an emergency meeting of the boardís technical committee will be held tomorrow to decide the next course of action.


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The offices of The Tribune will remain closed on August 15 on account of Independence Day. There will, therefore, be no edition on August 16. 

Gallantry award for Dantewada braveheart
New Delhi, August 14
CRPF DIG Nalin Prabhat, who was the commander of the force during the deadly Dantewada Naxal ambush last year, and Madhya Pradesh ATS constable Sitaram Yadav, who was killed by SIMI operatives in 2009, are among 930 police personnel decorated with gallantry and other service medals on the eve of Independence Day.

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Shammi Kapoor is no more
Shammi KapoorMumbai, August 14
Actor Shammi Kapoor, who ruled the film industry in the 1950s and 1960s with his flamboyant, charismatic personality, is no more. He was 79. A prominent member of the Kapoor clan and the brother of Raj Kapoor and Shashi Kapoor, the actor died of kidney failure at the Breach Candy Hospital at 5.15 am today, his son Aditya Raj Kapoor said.

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Shammi Kapoor: 1931-2011
More than K-factor
He kept company with his irrepressible boisterousness long after bidding adieu to the strapping lover- boy image of the silver screen, people knew as Shammi Kapoor . The boy- who could dance his way to the most beautiful damselsí hearts of his times was just a fraction of his persona.

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Railways to go LNG way to cut carbon footprints
New Delhi, August 14
The Indian Railways has decided to gradually opt for liquefied natural gas on a large scale as part of its effort to reduce diesel consumption, green house gas emissions and ensure major operational savings. The Railways and the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) have signed an MoU to explore the potential of LNG in a substantial manner in locomotives, factories and workshops.

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Continuing batting collapse hard to understand
To see the much-vaunted Indian batting line-up collapse for the sixth consecutive innings was hard not only to see but to understand. Yes, there was some good bowling but it certainly was not unplayable stuff.

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