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Lashkar militant, scouting for base in Delhi, nabbed
New Delhi, April 5

The Delhi Police Special Cell today claimed to have arrested a Pakistan-trained Lashkar-e-Toiba militant from the Bhogal area in south Delhi. The sleuths also claimed to have recovered a .30 Star Chinese pistol, eight live rounds of ammunition, two fake identity cards in the name of Bashir Ahmed Wani and Tahir Nazir Mir and Rs 2.75 lakh from his possession. The Pak-trained Lashkar-e-Toiba militant who was arrested by the Delhi Police special cell in the Capital
The Pak-trained Lashkar-e-Toiba militant who was arrested by the Delhi Police special cell in the Capital on Monday. — Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal

Making students pay for indiscretions of institutes
New Delhi, April 5
Are you going in for an engineering degree in Architecture? Before you go ahead, acquaint yourself with the guidelines issued by the Council of Architecture, or else you would not be able to register as a professional with the COA.


Hanuman Jayanti being celebrated in the Capital
Hanuman Jayanti being celebrated in the Capital on Monday. — Photo by Kamal Singh

Appeal in tandoor case to come up on April 12
New Delhi, April 5
The regular hearings on the murder reference and the appeal by former Youth Congress leader Sushil Sharma in the Tandoor murder case would commence from April 12.

Property worth crores gutted in transport co
New Delhi: Property worth crores of rupees was destroyed when a major fire broke last night in the Jaipur Golden Transport Company’s godown.

  • Fourth quake in 3 weeks

  • Robbers strike in CP bank

Probe into train fire
Sonepat, April 5
The Northern Railway has ordered an inquiry into the breaking of fire and burning of an engine of the Panipat-bound 1 DPM shuttle at Sandal Kalan railway station about 5 km from here yesterday.

SHO beaten up by lawyers
New Delhi:
The SHO, New Ashok Nagar was today allegedly beaten up by some lawyers after a woman lawyer exchanged heated arguments with the SHO in the Tees Hazari court complex.

DJB told to ensure equitable supply
New Delhi: Asserting that the present water crisis in large parts of the Capital is due to poor water management, a Citizen’s Front today demanded that the Delhi Jal Board supply equitable water to every locality, irrespective of its social and political status.


Sonepat may well be the most hotly contested seat in Haryana
Sonepat, April 5
With the announcement of Mr Dharam Pal Singh Malik as the Congress nominee from the Sonepat parliamentary constituency the stage has now been set for a multi-cornered contest. The parties which have announced their candidates include Mr Kishan Singh Sangwan of the BJP, Ms Krishna Malik of the INLD, Mr Jagbir Singh Malik of the Haryana Vikas Party, Capt Shamsher Singh Malik of the Lok Janshakti Party, Ms Shagun Gupta of the Bahujan Samaj Party and Mr Kripal Singh Kundu of the Janata Dal (Secular).

Former minister criticised for ‘stabbing’ INLD in the back
Faridabad, April 5
The resignation of the Cooperation Minister, Mr Kartar Singh Bhadhana, from the Chautala ministry and his induction into the BJP have come in for severe criticism by the workers of the Indian National Lok Dal. The leaders and activists of the ruling INLD have decided to oppose him politically so as to neutralise his “political strategy”.


Surinder Singh MarwahFACE TO FACE
Promoting brotherhood!
The unique approach of World Brotherhood Organisation (WBO) underlines the noble thought of "Sarva Dharma Sabhava", the equality of all religions and a feeling of respect for all of them, says WBO Secretary General Surinder Singh Marwah. In a conversation with Nalini Ranjan, he talks about all aspects of the organisation.

Women under the banner of the National Alliance of Street Vendors of India voice their demands at Jantar Mantar in the Capital on Monday.
Women under the banner of the National Alliance of Street Vendors of India voice their demands at Jantar Mantar in the Capital on Monday. — A Tribune photograph

Suicide bid by contractor foiled
Sonepat, April 5
A suicide bid by Mr Om Paul, a contractor, who attempted to jump from a 60 ft-high pole, was foiled by the sarpanch with the help of the police at Badh Malik village about 13 km from here, yesterday.

  • Fire in field

  • Priest’s son missing

  • Lok adalats in Bhiwani, Loharu

NTPC to set up power research institute in Greater Noida
Noida, April 5
The National Thermal Power Corporation is setting up a power technology research institute in Greater Noida. It will be the first institute of its kind to be set up by the NTPC in the country, NTPC Chairman-cum-Managing Director C. P. Jain informed the media today.


Boy crushed while crossing road
Sonepat, April 5
A boy, identified as Monu, was crushed to death by a truck near Garh Meerakhpur village, about 20 km from here last evening. According to a report, the victim was crossing the road when he was hit by a truck and killed on the spot.

  • Man assaulted by armed miscreants

Sunil, Khogen and Kamal, who were arrested for auto theft by the Delhi Police Crime Branch in the Capital on Monday.
Sunil, Khogen and Kamal, who were arrested for auto theft by the Delhi Police Crime Branch in the Capital on Monday. — Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal 

Gang of five robbers arrested
Bhiwani, April 5
The police claim to have arrested a gang of five robbers while they were planning a dacoity on the intervening night of April 3 and 4 and recovered illegal arms from their possession. The police claimed the gang was involved in several incidents of robbery, dacoity, murder and abduction.

Illegal bar busted in Shiv Puri
New Delhi, April 5
With the arrest of 10 persons, including a restaurant owner, the Delhi Police Crime Branch claimed to have busted an illegal bar on the Patparganj road in East district. The sleuths also claimed to have seized several bottles of liquor from the restaurant.

Power cable thief held with kit, 10 pistols
New Delhi, April 5
The Crime Branch today claimed to have arrested a criminal after an encounter near the Nangloi-Ranholla road last evening. The man used to cut and dispose live high-tension wires in the Outer Delhi areas, thereby affecting the power supply. Three countrymade pistols, 10 live cartridges, a stolen Tata Sumo and a kit for cutting the wires were seized from his possession.

  • Auto thieves nabbed

Cow meat seized from Delhi-bound truck
Faridabad, April 5
The police today recovered at least four and a half tonnes of cow meat being illegally supplied to the national Capital in a dumper truck on the national highway this morning.


Father, cousin acquitted of woman’s murder
Noida, April 5
A Noida court has acquitted the father and cousin (son of father’s brother) of the murder of a pregnant young woman for want of the prosecution’s failure in presenting clinching evidence. The assailants had left the severely wounded woman for dead after hitting her with a sharp-edged weapon near Kesrala village.


Health watch
No need to suffer piles silently, Euphorbia prostata is at hand
New Delhi, April5
Many suffer from it silently, without telling anyone about it. Piles, or swollen blood vessels in and around the anus and lower rectum that stretch under pressure symptomized most commonly by bleeding, is still considered a taboo subject. With fast-paced progress in medical science, however, piles is now being recognized more judiciously and scientifically at par with other medical problems.

DMA comes out with dos and don’ts for dengue
New Delhi, April 5
The Delhi Medical Association has issued dos and don’ts for prevention of dengue fever in the Capital. Recently, four cases of dengue were reported in different areas of the Capital. Last year, a large number of dengue cases were reported in Delhi. Of them, 34 casualties took place.

Onus on patient to get supplies in civil hospital
Sonepat, April 5
Bring life-saving drugs and other medicines, gauze, bandages etc from the market and then get treatment from the Sonepat civil hospital and other health institutions in the urban and rural areas of the district.



Youngsters stun ONGC in DDCA League
New Delhi, April 5
Youngsters stunned fancied Oil and Natural Gas Corporation by six wickets in a Super A Division match of the DDCA League at the Harbaksh Singh Stadium.

  • Sonnet enter semi-final

  • Hansraj Model win

  • West Delhi U-12 Tourney

Delhi Police enter quarters of Sood Cricket
New Delhi, April 5
An unbeaten half century by Rajesh Sharma (57 n o, 2x6, 6x4, 66b) enabled Delhi Police XI beat Ravindra Cricket Academy by seven wickets and entered the quarter-final of the 14th All-India Om Nath Sood Memorial Cricket Tournament at the Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce ground, Pitampura.

  • Cricket coaching camp

Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan advance
New Delhi, April 5
Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan defeated Bal Bharati School, Noida by 131 runs and entered the quarter-final of the second Pankaj Jain Under-14 Cricket Tournament at the Bal Bharati School ground, Pitampura.

Rushmi, Sai move up
New Delhi, April 5
Second-seeded Indian pair of Rushmi Chakravarthi and Sai Jayalakshmi defeated I-Hsuan Hwang of Taipei and Shan Shan Song of China 6-0, 6-3 in the doubles event of the Bank of Baroda ITF $10,000 Women’s Tennis Tournament at the Delhi Lawn Tennis Association synthetic court on Monday.
Aditya Singh swings his club to hog spotlight.
Aditya Singh swings his club to hog spotlight.

BCCI delegation for Lahore
New Delhi, April 5
An eight-member Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) delegation, led by vice-chairman of the Communication and Co-ordination Committee C. K. Khanna, who is also the vice-president of the Delhi and District Cricket Association, left for Lahore on Monday to watch the second cricket Test between India and Pakistan.

IGU selects four junior golfers
New Delhi, April 5                                                                    
Four budding school-going golfing talent—Aditya Singh of Delhi, Gaganjeet Bhuller, Jaskirat Singh Dhullet and Ajeetesh Sandhu—have been selected by the Indian Golf Union (IGU) and the Royal Sporting House for promoting golf in India.


Mehra is ADGP, CRPF Hqrs!
New Delhi, April 5
Mr Shyam Ratan Mehra has taken over the charge of Additional Director General of Police at the Force Headquarters of the Central Reserve Police Force here today.


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