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Financial crisis grips Punjab
CHANDIGARH, Dec 10 — Punjab has been hit by a serious financial crisis with the Reserve Bank of India asking all banks not to honour any cheque issued by the State.

Women's quota
Bill today

NEW DELHI, Dec 10 — The Government has proposed to introduce the Women Reservation Bill tomorrow and the Insurance Regulatory Authority Bill in Parliament preferably on Monday, the Parliamentary Affairs Minister, Mr Madan Lal Khurana said here today.
A team of the Railways on repair job.
A Railways team mends a "crack" at Dhirpur station between Kurukshetra and Ambala on Thursday. — Tribune photo by Pankaj Sharma

Shatabdis to go slow
DHIRPUR ( Kurukshetra district), Dec 10 — As the operation to repair the "cracks" on the damaged Delhi-Ambala rail track ends tonight, several questions remain unanswered...
Timetable changed

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Opposition-supported strike today
NEW DELHI, Dec 10 — The one-day nationwide strike tomorrow called by the National Platform of Mass Organisations to protest against the Centre’s policies especially on the economic front is likely to affect normal life with the organisers claiming that lakhs of workers and peasants will participate in it.
Malleswari hoists first medal for India
(Sport page)

Bank of Punjab

Two fodder scam accused surrender
PATNA, Dec 10 — Two senior IAS officials Mahesh Prasad and Beck Julius, against whom an arrest warrant had been issued in connection with the fodder scam case, today surrendered before a CBI court here.

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Striking staff to be video-filmed
ROHTAK, Dec 10 — Besides marking attendance every two hours, the government has advised Deputy Commissioners to video-film employees who participate in the strike tomorrow. The call for the strike has been given by the Haryana Sarv Karamchari Sangh and the Jan Sangathan Manch, Haryana unit.

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