Monday, June 11, 2012, Chandigarh, India
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 BEML chief Natarajan suspended...more
Think about your situation first, Nitish tells Modi...more
SC refuses to stay order on minority sub quota...more
Mamata: Won't object to Cong's prez choice...more
Indo-Pak talks on Siachen begin today...more
Air India likely to sack striking pilots...more

SAD-BJP sweeps violence-hit civic polls
Alliance retains hold on 4 MCs n 75% turnout n Reports of widespread rigging n One dead, 2 MLAs among 13 hurt
SAD supporters rejoice in Jalandhar.
Chandigarh, June 10
The SAD-BJP alliance has virtually swept the civic polls results for which were declared late in the evening. With the poll results going in favour of the SAD-BJP alliance, the four top positions of the Mayors are all set to be retained by the alliance.

Punjab page: Booth Capturing in Jalandhar
Punjab page: Voters intimidated in Patiala
Punjab page: Mayor Shwait loses in Amritsar


SAD supporters rejoice in Jalandhar. Tribune photo: Sarabjit Singh



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Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal got a shot in the arm ahead of the next month's Olympics in July-August as she lifted the Thailand Open Grand Prix Gold title after rallying to beat Thailand's Ratchanok Inthanon in the final in Bangkok today.

SC: No less than life term for dowry deaths
New Delhi, June 10
The Supreme Court has ruled that nothing less than life sentence should be awarded to anyone convicted for brutally killing his wife for not meeting dowry demands and then pleading that the death was accidental.

Status quo in Siachen likely to continue
India, Pakistan expected to stick to their stands as talks begin today
New Delhi, June 10
As delegations of India and Pakistan sit down at Islamabad for the two-day 13th round of talks on demilitarisation of Siachen Glacier, signals emanating from both the sides indicate a status quo, at least for the time being.

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China too close for comfort
New Delhi, June 10
Presence of China near the Siachen glacier is bothering India. To add to it, even Pakistan wants Beijing to play a role in the dispute.

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Alert women pilots save 46 lives aboard Air India plane 
Guwahati, June 10
All the 46 passengers and crew members on board an Air India aircraft travelling from Silchar in South Assam to Guwahati landed safely under emergency condition in Lokapriya Gopinath Bardoloi International Airport here, thanks to the deft handling of the adverse situation by the pilot. There were two cockpit crew, two cabin crew and an engineer on board the flight, besides the passengers. No one was injured in the emergency landing.
The Air India plane had 52 passengers on board.

The Air India plane had 52 passengers on board. ó PTI

Ex-Indian Army officer kills family, self in US 
Los Angeles, June 10
A former Indian Army officer, Major Avtar Singh, who was wanted in India for the murder of a prominent Kashmiri lawyer, has killed himself along with his wife and two children in his California home. 

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