2009, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Pak shouldn’t harp on past rights, wrongs: UK New Delhi, January 13
In an apparent reference to the Kashmir issue, Britain today advised Pakistan to stop harping on the historic rights or wrongs and adopt a multi-pronged approach to confront challenges facing the country on security, economic and political fronts.
Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee with
British Foreign Secretary David Miliband at Hyderabad House in New Delhi on Tuesday.
Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal
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PM reviews Satyam
case Serious Fraud Investigation Office to probe
New Delhi, January 13
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today held discussions on the bailout package for Satyam Computers with Commerce and Industry Minister Kamal
Nath, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee, deputy chairman of Planning Commission Montek Singh
Ahluwalia, Home Minister P Chidambaram, and Company Affairs Minister PC Gupta.
Oil prices may be cut soon New Delhi, January 13
According to the Oil Ministry, the government may slash oil prices as early as Thursday when the Cabinet meets. It may also free fuel pricing for state-run oil companies.
just info, not proof: Gilani Islamabad, January
Pakistan Prime Minister
Yousuf Raza Gilani today claimed that the material provided
by India on the Mumbai attack constituted ‘information’
and not evidence and said ‘pragmatic cooperation’ was
the way forward for dealing with the 26/11 terror strikes.
‘I’m not its member, still my moves baffle BJP’ New Delhi, January 13
Former Vice-President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat today said his decision to return to active politics was a matter of his commitment to the people and he was baffled that the BJP had problems with it even when he was not a member of the party.
Raje booked for land fraud
Jaipur, January 13
Vasundhra Raje, after holding the coveted office of the Chief Minister, has become the first leader of the state who has been booked for cheating and fraud and criminal conspiracy in a land transfer case.
26/11 witness goes missing Mumbai, January 13
One of the witnesses in the Mumbai terror attacks case, who saw the terrorists land on the city's shores, has gone missing, the police said today.
A Tribune Exclusive Film City Project Parsvnath had no
multimedia experts Chandigarh, January 13
The Chandigarh Administration is likely to face some tough questions from the Central Vigilance Commission
(CVC) for allotting the contract for the controversial Rs 191 crore Film City project to Parsvnath Film City Limited
(PFCL) as it now turns out that the company did not even fulfil the technical parameters laid down by the administration.
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