2009, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
but no action Ragged student died
without medical attention Dharamsala/Shimla,
The least that is expected
from a medical college is that it would treat one of its own
well and provide adequate medical attention, whenever required.
But for 24 long hours, poor Aman Satya Kachroo, the first year
student who died of shock on Sunday evening after being ragged
on Friday-Saturday, practically went without treatment.
complaints flood commission Chandigarh, March
Complaints related to
violation of the Model Code of Conduct in both Haryana and
Punjab are piling up with the Election Commission. It has been
alleged that several departments of the Haryana government
continue to disburse discretionary grants to various
institutions and agencies in violation of the code.
Kang is Punjab Home Secy Chandigarh, March
The Punjab government today
appointed Navreet Singh Kang as Home Secretary. His name was
cleared by the Election Commission from a panel sent by the
state government. Chief Secretary Ramesh Inder Singh said the
order would be implemented with immediate effect. Kang replaces
Sudhir Mittal, whose removal was ordered by the ECI following
complaint against him and two police officer by the Congress.
ONE FOR THE FAMILY ALBUM: Muslim students with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his wife Gursharan Kaur on the occasion of Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi in New Delhi on Tuesday.
The Prime Minister is expected to attend the G-20 Summit in London on April 2.
A Tribune photograph
Clinton discuss 26/11 Washington, March
including Mumbai terror strikes and Afghanistan, and the Sri
Lankan conflict figured prominently during the talks that
Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon had with US Secretary of
State Hillary Clinton here today.
An Israeli energy start-up
wants to turn rush hour traffic into a source of electricity.
Innowattech, an energy company, claims special generators placed
under roads, railways and runways can harvest enough energy from
passing vehicles to mass-produce electricity.
Chief scientist Eugeny Harash measures the electricity generated during a simulation. — Reuters
Front to be launched tomorrow New Delhi, March 10
In just 24 hours, Naveen Patnaik
swung from the extreme right to the extreme left and in the process
dealt a stunning blow to L K Advani’s long-cherished dream of becoming
the Prime Minister.
Meltdown Effect PSUs replace
MNCs as recruiters Lucknow, March 10
The impact of global recession is
clearly visibly on the Indian Institute of Management campus during
placement time as public sector units (PSUs) have replaced the giant
multinational companies (MNC) as the major recruiters.
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