June 6, 2004, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
EC move SC for vacating stay on RS poll New Delhi, June 5
Aggrieved by the stay of election
process for the Rajya Sabha polls by the Supreme Court yesterday on the
issue of deletion of mandatory domicile clause for candidates in the
election laws, the Centre and the Election Commission today moved
applications before the apex court for vacating it.
Is it right to ask the Centre to construct the unfinished
portion of the SYL Canal in Punjab?
rushes to Delhi for talks with experts Chandigarh, June 5
The Punjab Advocate-General, Mr
Harbhagwan Singh, today rushed to New Delhi to confabulate with leading
constitutional experts, including renowned lawyer Fali S. Nariman, about
legal recourse to yesterday's Supreme Court order.
“No snow this” — Even as
World Environment Day celebrations went on all around, the
polluted Dhankshu Nallah, near Banur (Patiala district), continued
to feed the Ghaggar with toxic industrial effluents.
— Tribune photo by Karam Singh
IAS officer gets life term for
murder Ambala, June 5
The Special Judge for CBI cases in Haryana, Mr
M.M. Sharma, today sentenced an IAS officer of Arunachal Pradesh cadre, D.C.
Sankhla, and three others to life imprisonment in the Sushil Jain murder case.
Former Home Secretary of Arunachal Pradesh Dharam Chand Sankhla being produced in a CBI court in Ambala on Saturday.
— PTI photo
use my photos for ads, says PM
New Delhi, June 5
Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh has, in a departure from practice,
ordered ministries and government departments not to use his photographs
in media advertisements, saying he does not want public money to be used
for image building.
meets President New Delhi, June 5
Newly elected Lok Sabha Speaker
Somnath Chatterjee today called on President A P J Abdul Kalam and
Vice-President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat.
looks up in Jammu & Kashmir Jammu, June 5
over 24,000 pilgrims visiting the holy shrine of Vaishno Devi each day,
Jammu is all set to witness a record pilgrim traffic during the current
year. Kashmiri flower vendors row their boats to supply flowers to tourists in the interiors of the Dal Lake in Srinagar on Saturday — Reuters
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