2008, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Finally, PPP, PML-N sign power deal *To form coalition govt in Centre, Punjab
*To reinstate deposed judges In a historic accord, the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim
League-Nawaz (PML-N) on Sunday decided to restore the deposed judges within 30 days through a resolution in the National Assembly and share power at the Centre and in Punjab.
New Delhi, March 9
Signalling her party’s intention to make the farm loan waiver a major poll plank in the electoral battles ahead, Congress president Sonia Gandhi today blamed the policies of the NDA government for the farmers’ problems, saying that the UPA government had been working consistently for their
Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh wave to the crowd at the
Dhanyawad-Abhinandan rally at Ramlila ground in New Delhi on Sunday. — PTI
IT official held New Delhi,
Arms dealer Suresh
Nanda, already under scanner in defence deals, was
arrested along with his son and two others for allegedly
manipulating evidence in his favour in an income tax
case, climaxing a chase-and-catch operation seen in
Bollywood flicks. Besides Nanda, his son Sanjeev Nanda,
who is also an accused in the BMW hit-and-run case here.
Funds Scam BDPO,
panchayat officials under scanner Mohali,
This is the anatomy
of a scandal. An interim inquiry report filed by a
superintending engineer Parkash Singh of the department
of rural development and panchayats has given a
blow-by-blow account of how border development funds
worth lakhs were siphoned off by certain block
development and panchayat officer.
centre attacked by Right wing activists New Delhi,
It was all chaos
and mayhem today at A K Gopalan Bhawan, headquarters of
the Communist Party of India (Marxist), when about 100
activists of the Right wing Hindu outfits indulged in
unprovoked stone pelting at the CPM cadres gathered
there for the Central Committee meeting.
captures Wyoming Washington, March 9
Barack Obama today won the state of
Wyoming to end Hillary Clinton’s brief winning spell that helped her
bounce back into the bitterly contested Democratic presidential race,
while playing down suggestions of running as her deputy.
Dhumal on signing spree Ink power banking pact; give
go-ahead to Chandigarh-Baddi road Chandigarh, March 9
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh
Badal and his Himachal Pradesh counterpart Prem Kumar Dhumal today
resolved many outstanding issues by signing a string of agreements to
boost infrastructure development in the two states.
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