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Saturday, June 16, 2012, Chandigarh, India
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BJP core group to meet today; NDA divided over Pranab...more
Mamata debuts on Facebook, seeks support for Kalam...more
 32 pilgrims killed as tourist bus falls off bridge
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 PM leaves for G-20, Rio+20 summits
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 Won't play Olympics with Paes: Bhupathi
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Pranab is UPAís choice for President
n Sonia ensures alliesí support n CPM leaders call up Pranab too n Contest likely to be one-sided 
New Delhi, June 15
After weeks of intense consultation and speculation, the UPA today finally decided that veteran Congress leader and Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee will be its nominee in next monthís Presidential elections.
Pranab Mukherjee with PM Manmohan Singh and Congress chief Sonia Gandhi soon after his name was proposed as the UPAís Presidential candidate on Friday. Pranab Mukherjee with PM Manmohan Singh and Congress chief Sonia Gandhi soon after his name was proposed as the UPAís Presidential candidate on Friday. A Tribune photo



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Pranabís strengths: Amazing memory, sharp intellect
New Delhi, June 15
The over four-decade long journey of Pranab Mukherjee, a quintessential politician gifted with phenomenal memory and sharp intellect, is expected to culminate at Raisina Hill, five years after he set his heart on it.

NDA left with not much choice

Army Chief in J&K, takes stock of security situation
Srinagar/Udhampur, June 15
On his first visit to any state after he assumed office last month, Chief of the Army Staff General Bikram Singh arrived in Jammu and Kashmir on a two day-visit today.
Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh (L) with Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra on Friday. Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh (L) with Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra on Friday. A Tribune photograph

Paes-Bhupathi forced to team up for Olympics
Chandigarh, June 15
Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi, veterans of break-ups and alliances, have been forcibly paired together for their fifth and probably last shot at Olympics glory.

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Gupta guilty of insider trading
New York, June 15 
Former Goldman Director Rajat Gupta, the poster boy of Indians at the Wall Street, was today found guilty of illegally tipping off his friend Raj Rajaratnam of confidential market information, in one of America's biggest insider trading cases.

Bellary police in a tizzy over soiled notesí recycling
Bangalore, June 15
Technology developed by an Indore industry to turn waste currency notes into eco-friendly sheets for making doors and furniture recently sent Bellary police into a tizzy.

The Tribune remains unchallenged No.1 daily in the Region
Chandigarh, June 15
The latest report of the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) reaffirms the dominance of The Tribune as the No.1 English daily of the region.

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