2009, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
strikes cops in Lahore, 12 killed Police academy attacked 7
km from Attari Security forces secured
control of a police academy near Lahore on Monday after eight
hours of grueling dual with a group of terrorists that left at
least 12 people dead and 50 injured.
Pakistani security officials arrest a suspected militant (right) near the site of
a police training centre in Lahore on Monday. — AFP
shocked, sad, worried and watchful New Delhi, March 30
The terrorist attack on the
police training centre at Manavan near Lahore, which is just
12km from the Wagah border, has India deeply worried even as it
closely monitors the worsening security situation in Pakistan.
Foreign secretary Shiv Shankar Menon, however, ruled out the
resumption of the composite dialogue process with Pakistan until
the neighbouring country dismantled the terrorist infrastructure
and punished those behind the Mumbai attacks.
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driving led to the accident yesterday that claimed the
life of Captain Kanwaljit, suggest preliminary inquiry
reports. The speedometer needle of the Hyundai Elantra, in
which the minister was traveling, was stuck at 110 Kmph,
the speed at which the car was being driven at the time of
the crash while negotiating a turn on the road.
HEALING TOUCH: An elderly woman consoles Jasjit Singh Bunny,
son of Capt Kanwaljit Singh, in Chandigarh on Monday.
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gets bail but NSA keeps him in jail Pilibhit/Lucknow,
BJP candidate Varun Gandhi
was today granted bail in two hate speech cases on bonds of Rs
20,000 each, but he will remain behind bars following the
Mayawati government’s decision to invoke the National Security
Act (NSA) against him.
leaves for G-20 summit today New Delhi, March 30
Prime Minister Manmohan
Singh leaves here tomorrow for London to attend the G-20 summit,
called to evolve a strategy to grapple with the serious economic
crisis the world is confronted with. The PM will be accompanied
by a high-level delegation, which includes Planning Commission
Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia and Foreign Secretary
Shiv Shankar Menon.
Kachroo Case Suspend
principal: SC New Delhi, March 30
In a strongly worded order in the
Aman Satya Kachroo ragging-death case, the Supreme Court today directed
the Himachal Pradesh government to immediately suspend Dr Suresh
Sankhyan, who quit as Principal of Dr Rajendra Prasad Government Medical
College, Kangra, but is continuing as head of the Forensic Medicine
loses a statesman Manpreet Singh Badal
In the death of Captain Kanwaljit Singh, Punjab has lost a statesman,
the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) has lost a visionary, and I have lost a
guide. I remember the day when I was contesting elections for the first
time. At Gidderbaha, during that fateful election, the counting for the
byelection results was on. After the fifth round of the counting, I was
trailing behind the Congress candidate. Capt Kanwaljit Singh came out of
the booth with tears in his eyes. The tears did not seem to stop and I
rushed forward to meet him.
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