2008, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
3 more held for Delhi blasts
IM behind Sankat Mochan Mandir blast in Varanasi New Delhi, September 21
After the interrogation of arrested terrorist Mohammad Saif and Zeeshan, Delhi police today said that the terror module of the Indian
Mujahideen, led by Atif Bashir who was killed in an encounter on Friday, was also behind the March 6, 2006 twin blasts in Varanasi in which 20 people were killed.
Their faces covered, three suspected militants, Shakir Nishar, Zia-Ur-Rehman and Shakil, involved in last week's serial blasts in New Delhi, are presented before the media by the special cell of the Delhi police in New Delhi on Sunday. Tribune photo: Manas Ranjan Bhui
More churches in Karnataka vandalised Bangalore, September 21
Cocking a snook at the Karnataka government’s claim of providing protection to Christian places of worship, one or more miscreants last night broke into a church at Mariyanpalya on the outskirts of Bangalore city and ransacked it.
Jawan dies in
cross-LoC fire Rajouri, September 21
In one of the biggest violation of the more than four-year-old truce, Pakistani troops allegedly fired on an Indian forward post in Banda Chechian area of Poonch district today.
for right to recall Chandigarh, September 21
Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath
Chatterjee today strongly came out in support of the electorate’s
“right to recall elected representatives who ignore the interests of
the people and are guilty of malfeasance and improper conduct or indulge
in corrupt or criminal activities.”
Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee inpsects the guard of honour at the ceremonial gate of Haryana Vidhan Sabha on Sunday. Tribune photo: Vinay Malik
high on PM’s agenda New Delhi, September 21
With terrorism posing the biggest
challenge to the stability of South Asia, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh,
when he addresses the UN General Assembly on September 26, will give a
clarion call to the world community to launch a relentless fight against
wants elections in J&K before the onset of winter New Delhi, September 21
The UPA government is veering to
the view that assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir should be held
before the current spell of Governor’s Rule ends next January as any
delay would be seen as surrender to separatists who have threatened to
derail the poll process.
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