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Monday, March 30, 2009, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)

Road mishap kills Kanwaljit
Ministerís car collides with two trucks near Kharar
Kharar, March 29
Senior Akali leader and Punjab Co-operation Minister Captain Kanwaljit Singh was killed while his driver Parminder Singh and PSO Rattan Singh were injured when the car they were travelling in collided with two trucks on the Chandigarh-Ludhiana Highway, near Khanpur village in Kharar, this evening. The condition of the driver is said to be critical.

Mangled remains of Hyundai Elantra car in which Punjab Cooperation Minister Capt Kanwaljit Singh met with a fatal accident on the Chandigarh- Ludhiana road on Sunday. Mangled remains of Hyundai Elantra car in which Punjab Cooperation Minister Capt Kanwaljit Singh met with a fatal accident on the Chandigarh- Ludhiana road on Sunday. ó Tribune photo by Manoj Mahajan

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CM mourns ministerís death
Akali dal will never be same again
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Chandigarh, March 29
Switzerland is known as much for its chocolate and cheese as its secret bank accounts. And the BJP president Lal Krishna Advani today set the cat among the pigeons by demanding that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh raise the issue forcefully at the G-20 summit in London.

NDA will bring back illegal money stashed abroad, says Advani
New Delhi, March 29
Quick to borrow the issue of secret bank accounts abroad from the Left and JD-U who raised it first, BJPís prime ministerial candidate LK Advani said the NDA, if voted, would take all legal and executive measures to get the illegal money back to India for investment.

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For the second time in a month, the Block II version of the supersonic BrahMos cruise missile with a striking range of 290 km, successfully hit its target during a test at the Pokhran firing range today, DRDO officials said.

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Political elbow room for the Congress shrunk further today, with the Samajwadi Party (SP) deciding to contest as many Lok Sabha seats as possible in Maharashtra, and threatening to spoil the party for the TMC-Congress alliance in West Bengal if their demand for a lone seat in the state was not met.

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Amritsar, March 29
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NSA invoked against Varun Gandhi
Lucknow, March 29
In a late night development, the state government invoked the National Security Act (NSA) against BJP Pilibhit candidate Varun Gandhi for creating public disorder, fear and terror in the area, and inciting communal passions by his inflammatory speeches.

 

 

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