July 22, 2004, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
is Sibu Soren? Police searches residence, pastes
arrest warrant New Delhi, July 21
The Jharkhand police today continued
its search to arrest elusive Union Coal and Mine Minister Sibu Soren in
connection with a 30-year-old massacre case.
Is the Left right in demanding that the FDI cap hike be rolled back?
Delhi police personnel sticking the arrest warrant issued by a court of Jharkhand against Union Coal Minister
Sibu Soren, at the entrance of his official residence in New Delhi on Wednesday.
— PTI photo
Pak vows to
deal with terrorism Islamabad, July 21
India today conveyed to Pakistan
its concerns over cross-border terrorism and asserted that there was no
simplistic solution to the vexed Kashmir problem.
Fire: How safe are our schools?
A Tribune survey
many as 90 children were burnt alive when fire engulfed Lord Krishna
Higher Secondary School at Kumbakonam in Tamil Nadu on Saturday morning.
Sena puts BJP in spot over Thakur New Delhi, July 21
Congress nominee for the Rajya
Sabha deputy chairpersonship K. Rehman Khan is heading for a win in a
symbolic contest tomorrow against Shiv Sena’s candidate Eknath Thakur.
ban on PWG Hyderabad, July 21
Demonstrating its commitment to
the ongoing peace talks with Naxalites, the Congress Government in
Andhra Pradesh today decided to lift the ban on the People’s War
Group, meeting one of the major demands of the extremist organisation.
infant crushed to death Mob tries to lynch
tractor-trailer driver Jalandhar, July 21
Tension engulfed the Buta Mandi
area of this city as a tractor-trailer, which hit and trampled a
30-year-old woman and her two month old daughter to death, was set
ablaze by hundreds of irked residents of the area.
tractor-trailer, which was set ablaze by a mob after a young woman and her
two-month-old daughter were crushed to death in the Buta Mandi area of Jalandhar
— Photo by Pawan Sharma
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