ADVERTISEMENT

Click here to prevent Heart Attacks



ADVERTISEMENT

Click Here to Get Free DON DVD





Monday, December 4, 2006, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Crisis in Left land
Mamata throws spanner in Tata wheel

Kolkata, December 3
Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee today gave a 24-hour ultimatum to Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee to stop the eviction of poor farmers at Singur by transferring their farmlands to Tata Motors or else she would begin “a fast unto death”.

Congress goes mum
SUCI’s Bengal bandh call on Tuesday
Dasmunsi for dialogue
Left acting like Bush, says Medha Patkar


In video (56k)

West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharya at a CITU gathering in Kolkata
‘I am willing to talk... Tata Motors project will not only change the economy of Singur, but of entire West Bengal.’
West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharya at a CITU gathering in Kolkata on Sunday. — PTI photo

Bengal CM ready for talks
Editorial: Mamata’s antics

Wary Muslim leaders favour autonomy
Discuss central madarasa board with Arjun
New Delhi, December 3
Ruling out reservation based on religion, Union HRD Minister Arjun Singh today said that the UPA government was open to all suggestions, including setting up a central madarasa board to modernise education in seminaries.

CAST YOUR VOTE DAILY

Should a law be enacted to stop the discrimination faced by people living with HIV/AIDS?

No
Yes
Can't Say
 
View Results
Suggest a Question
Send your comment


ADVERTISEMENT

Click here for sale & purchase of property


ADVERTISEMENT

Online Gift Service

125 years of The Tribune
India: The Tasks Ahead
SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT
125TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS,
INAUGURAL SESSION








CLASSIFIED ADVTS

BRIDES WANTED

GROOMS WANTED

OTHERS

HOW TO PLACE ADVTS








WEEKLY SPECIALS

FORUM

EDUCATION

JOBS & CAREERS

HEALTH & FITNESS

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

SPORTS

Real Estate New
SOCIETY

TRIBUNE CLASSIFIEDS

Another salvo: CM favoured Mohali builder, alleges SAD
Chandigarh, December 3
The Punjab Government has been again put in the dock by the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) in connection with a multi-crore mega project.

Mann, Shiv Sena men clash
Tarn Taran, December 3
In a no-holds-barred clash, at least five activists of the Shiv Sena (Bal Thackrey) and Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) were injured when they clashed here today.
A policeman tries to snatch a sword from an SAD(A) worker following a clash with Shiv Sena activists on the issue of burning of an effigy of Simranjit Singh Mann in Tarn Taran A policeman tries to snatch a sword from an SAD(A) worker following a clash with Shiv Sena activists on the issue of burning of an effigy of Simranjit Singh Mann in Tarn Taran on Sunday. — PTI photo

Rail mishap death toll rises to 34
* Probe begins * Track cleared * 13 bodies identified
Patna, December 3
The Commissioner, Railway Safety, Mr R.P.Agarwal, reportedly reached Bhagalpur from Hyderabad today to hold a probe into the train mishap after a 150-year-old road overbridge came crashing down on the sleeper class coach S8 of the 3071 Howrah-Jamalpur Superfast Express yesterday.

OTHER PAGES










HOROSCOPE

WEEKLY

TRIBUNE SPECIALS

E - Revolution 2005:
A Two-day IT conclave

Assembly Elections - 2005
Turbans
Chandigarh is 50
EARLIER FEATURES










THE TRIBUNE MAGAZINES

On Sundays
On Saturdays










Byelection for two LS, 11 Assembly seats today
New Delhi, December 3
The bypoll for 11 Assembly seats in 10 states and two Lok Sabha seats in Andhra Pradesh will be held tomorrow in the backdrop of a grudge fight in the Karimnagar parliamentary constituency and the TDP striving to maintain its hold over Bobbili.

Leave Dungarpur, says EC
‘High sales’ of liquor worries EC
Beedi is big poll issue in AP

China for ‘fair’ solution of border issue
Beijing, December 3
In the backdrop of India’s assertion that Arunachal Pradesh is its integral part, China has said it favours a “fair, reasonable and mutually acceptable” solution to the vexed border issue.

Edit page: India-China border dispute

Kanpur Violence
UP Governor calls on Patil
New Delhi, December 3
Uttar Pradesh Governor T.V. Rajeshwar today met Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil and is understood to have apprised him about the law and order situation in the state.

Wheat insurance against rain damage
Chandigarh, December 3
The Haryana Government has decided to introduce insurance against unseasonable rainfall for wheat crop this rabi season. The Agriculture Minister, Mr. A.S Chatha, has forwarded a proposal to the Chief Minister for clearance.






Every Saturday






EARLIER TOP STORIES

Aged bridge falls on train
December 3, 2006
Road rage stumps Sidhu
December 2, 2006
Maharashtra riot; Bengal outrage
December 1, 2006
MPs bicker over Soren and his ilk
November 30, 2006

Sanjay is not a terrorist, just gun-keeper
November 29, 2006

Maya case should go on, says SC
November 28, 2006
Pranab: China endorses Indo-US nuclear deal
November 27, 2006
Kasuri in Delhi, to meet Pranab
November 26, 2006
Expose democratic inadequacies: Speaker
November 25, 2006
Partnership yes but border first, China told
November 24, 2006

| Punjab | Haryana | Jammu & Kashmir | Himachal Pradesh | Regional Briefs | Nation | Opinions |
| Business | Sports | World | Mailbag | Chandigarh | Ludhiana | Delhi |
| Calendar | Weather | Archive | Subscribe | Suggestion | E-mail |


Editor-in-Chief, Publisher & Printer: H.K. Dua
Published from The Tribune House, Sector 29-C, Chandigarh, India, 160030
for The Tribune Trust. Phone: (91-172) 2655066. Fax: (91-172) 2651291
Copyright : The Tribune Trust, 2006.