2007, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
splits clergy, panthic bodies Amritsar/Bathinda,
Even as the Sikh
clergy and Panthic organisations are divided over the
contents of the apology tendered by Dera Sacha Sauda
addressed to Guru Gobind Singh, the meeting of the Sikh
high priests to be held at the Akal Takht secretariat here
tomorrow would set the tone of the next course of
Delhi, May 28
delegation of Sarva Dharam Sansad, which has
mediated in the standoff between the Sikh community
and Dera Sacha Sauda, today left for Amritsar to
request Akal Takht to accept the “mafinama”
issued by the dera yesterday.
the dera was won Chandigarh,
A lot of
cajoling and a little bit of arm-twisting, coupled
with a “nudge” by Haryana Chief Minister
Bhupinder Singh Hooda were the weapons that the
three-officer team had to use to persuade the Dera
Sacha Sauda to apologise to Guru Gobind Singh last
declines urgent hearing on dera’s plea New Delhi, May 28
The Supreme Court today saw no
urgency for preponing the hearing of the Dera Sacha Sauda
petition seeking protection to its over 150 institutions
in 13 states, particularly in Punjab, after the deadline
of the Akal Takht for their closure had expired on May 27.
the Indian industry been
discharging its social
Amarinder quizzed for 8
hours VB not happy
with his replies Patiala, May 28
Former Chief Minister Amarinder
Singh was today grilled for about eight hours in the Ludhiana City
Centre scam. He formally joined investigation in the case this morning
at the Patiala Circuit House. A team of vigilance officials from
Ludhiana quizzed him.
Chief Minister Amarinder Singh addressing mediapersons at Circuit
House in Patiala on Monday after he was questioned by the
Vigilance Bureau in Patiala.
— Tribune photo by Rajesh Sachar
coming on May 31 New Delhi, May 28
United States’ under secretary of
state and main pointman on the Indo-US nuclear deal, Nicholas Burns is
arriving here later this week to hold another round of talks with his
Indian counterparts on May 31-June 1, US embassy spokesman David Kennedy
informed this evening.
arrives in Kerala New Delhi, May 28
The annual monsoon, bringing in
much awaited rains to India, entered the Kerala coast today, three days
ahead of the schedule.
blasts kill 9 policemen Raipur, May 28
Nine policemen were killed when
members of the banned Naxal outfit CPI (Maoists) triggered a series of
landmine blasts targeting a 12-member police party in Bastar district of
Chattisgarh, the police said today.
Johri seeks more powers Ahmedabad:
IGP Geetha Johri Gujarat heading the team conducting an inquiry into the fake encounter case of alleged gangster Sohrabudding Sheikh, has reportedly sought additional powers failing which she has asked the case to be shifted to the Central Bureau of Investigation. Nation page: SC
accepts another petition Arrest
warrants against 5 cops
coins, double premium Gangs melt them for nickel Chandigarh, May 28
If you are a retailer or trader,
keep your coins carefully. They will help you fetch more money. Gangs
are on the prowl, paying traders Rs 1.50 - Rs 2 for each Re 1 coin and
Rs 2.80-Rs 4 for every Rs 2 coin.
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