2007, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
2 die as Grain Market roof caves in Army helps
in rescue and relief at Grain Market Chandigarh, June 10
Two persons were
killed and two others seriously injured when a concrete
roof collapsed in the Sector 26 Grain Market, here, this
A view of
the relief and rescue operation at the Sector 26 Grain
Market in Chandigarh on Sunday. ó Tribune photo by
Land-grab Chahal held with four relatives Ludhiana, June 10
The Ludhiana urban police today arrested B.I.S. Chahal, the high-
profile ex-media adviser to Capt Amarinder Singh, along with four other relatives, in a
seven-month- old alleged land-grab case today.
B.I.S. Chahal being whisked away by the Ludhiana police from the Vigilance office in Ludhiana on Sunday.
ó Photo by Inderjeet Verma
outsourcing to India increase
following the US immigration
before booking public servantsí Amritsar,
Punjab H.S. Mattewal said yesterday that Chief Minister
Parkash Singh Badal had given instructions to all legal
agencies and the police to conduct a preliminary inquiry
before registering cases against public servants so that
it did not smack of vendetta or mala fide intention.
Punjabis among 4 more dead
New Delhi, June 10
Four more Indians
have died in the devastating cyclone that hit Oman early
this week, taking the toll of Indians to six even as six
others remain missing.
Relief from heat in sight New Delhi, June 10
The Meteorological Office has predicted that there will be relief from the scorching heat wave from June 12.
As per IMD director S.C. Bhan, there will be a distinctive improvement in the prevailing heat wave conditions on June 13, followed by a period of three to four days when the temperature will remain within the bearable range.
In video (56k) North India reels
under heat wave.
Nadal wins French
Open Paris: Rafael Nadal destroyed Roger Federerís historic Grand Slam dream for another year by capturing his third successive French Open today. The Spaniardís 6-3, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 victory emulated the great Bjorn Borgís record of three Roland Garros titles in a row.
(Details on Sports
of Chinese visitors zooms New Delhi, June 10
China is emerging as a major East
Asian tourist source market for India, with visitors from the country
registering a whopping increase of 31.6 per cent in 2005 at 44,897
visitors, on the back of a 61 per cent rise in arrivals in 2004 (34,100)
against the previous yearís (21,152).
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