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Friday, May 11, 2012, Chandigarh, India
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 SC orders CBI probe against Yeddyurappa...more
 
NCERT asked to remove Ambedkar cartoon from textbooks: Sibal...more
2G: CBI court reserves order on Raja's bail plea...more
 Industrial production goes down by 3.5 pc in March...more

Airline mess spreads, flyers in tizzy
n AI pilotsí stir enters Day 3 n 21 flights cancelled n Kingfisher pilots too report sick 
New Delhi/ Mumbai, May 10
Itís more trouble in the air. Beleaguered flyers, who are reeling under delays and cancellations of flights due to pilotsí stir in Air India, are expected to face tougher times ahead as another troubled carrier, Kingfisher Airlines, today saw its pilots reporting sick to work.
Air India aircraft parked at Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi
Air India aircraft parked at Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi on Thursday. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal 

IAF to get new trainer aircraft
New Delhi, May 10
Ending years of shortage for a basis training aircraft for young trainee pilots of the Indian Air Force, the Cabinet Committee on Security tonight cleared a major deal of $700 million (approximately Rs 2,900 crore) to buy 75 single-engined aircraft from Swiss company Pilatus.


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Barack Obama on Wednesday said he supports gay marriage, reversing his long-standing opposition and becoming the first sitting US President to support the same-sex alliance.

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Elite IAS cadre faces  30 per cent shortfall 
New Delhi, May 10
It is not just the Armed Forces which are facing acute shortage in the officer cadre, countryís elite IAS has a shortfall of close to 30 per cent with Uttar Pradesh leading the list with 216 missing Indian Administrative Service personnel.

Chisti can visit Pak, rules SC
New Delhi, May 10
Rejecting governmentís Mohammed Khalil Chisti reservations, the Supreme Court today allowed 82-year-old Pakistani microbiologist Mohammed Khalil Chisti, undergoing life imprisonment in a murder case, to visit Pakistan till November 1.
 

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Pak Punjab House resolves to trifurcate state
Islamabad: Pakistan's Punjab Assembly on Wednesday unanimously approved resolutions for further dividing Punjab to create two new provinces of Bahawalpur and south Punjab. Two resolutions were submitted by Punjab Law Minister and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Rana Sanaullah. The federal government was asked to set up a commission to deliberate on the new provinces.

Fresh tension over South China Sea
New Delhi, May 10
Amid escalating tension between China and the Philippines over the South China Sea, India today expressed concern over the emerging situation over differing territorial claims in the region and urged both nations to exercise restraint.

No divorce clause in Anand Marriage Bill sets off debate 
Amritsar, May 10
The Anand Marriage Amendment Bill 2012 has been introduced in the Rajya Sabha. However, the absence of provision of divorce in the Bill has set off a debate in the Sikh community, with some sections supporting it and others against it.

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