2005, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
to be Haryana CM Bhajan
camp stays away from CLP meeting New Delhi, March 4
The “giant-killer” from Rohtak,
Bhupinder Singh Hooda, will be the new Chief Minister of Haryana. A
meeting of the Congress Legislature Party here today, which was attended
by 47 of the party’s 67 MLAs, “unanimously” elected Mr Hooda as its
Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda shows the victory sign after coming out from a meeting at Parliament Annexe in New Delhi on Friday.
— Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal
The window of a room in Park Plaza Hotel, Ludhiana, from where the couple was being filmed on Friday.
— Photo by Sayeed Ahmed
President’s rule in
Goa after Rane wins trust vote
Even as President’s rule was
imposed in Goa and the Assembly kept in suspended animation, controversial
Jharkhand Governor Syed Sibtey Razi sought to make amends by declaring his
intent to prepone the three-week period accorded to UPA Chief Minister
Shibu Soren to prove his majority in the Assembly.
In video: Jharkhand Governor prepones confidence vote in
Assembly. (28k, 56k)
Governor’s report led to Central rule GOA
Governor S.C. Jamir’s report to the Union Home Ministry on the vote of
confidence in Goa swayed the Central Government’s decision to impose
President’s rule in the state.
adjourned over Governor issue New Delhi, March 4
Bowing to the onslaught of the
BJP-led Opposition over the Jharkhand Governor issue, the speaker today
considered the adjournment of both Houses of Parliament as a safe
Trainee pilot dies in crash
Hyderabad, March 4
An Indian Air Force academy trainer HPT-32 crashed today in Medak district on the outskirts of the city killing its trainee pilot.
The aircraft might have crashed due to technical failure as the pilot, flying cadet Sparsh
Rana, was only undertaking the second solo flight of his career, IAF sources said.
copying in border districts Tarn Taran, March 4
Mass copying was reported from
several areas of border districts today during the examinations being
conducted by Punjab School Education Board.
‘Helpers’ outside Government Secondary School, Gharyala, near Tarn Taran, on Friday. Mass copying was reported during the matriculation examinations of the Punjab School Education Board in border villages of the area.
— Photo by Rajiv Sharma
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