2009, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Tytler, Sajjan shooed out of fray New Delhi, April 9
A nervous Congress today persuaded Jagdish Tytler and Sajjan Kumar to withdraw from the electoral fray after angry
demonstra- tors across Punjab and in the Capital protested the candidature of the two controversial leaders for their role in the 1984 anti-Sikh
Technology ‘trip’ in tech
university Chandigarh, April 9
Engineering students in Punjab have failed ‘en masse’ in several subjects in the B.Tech seventh semester , results of which were declared online by the Punjab Technical University.
The seventh semester results, say students, have a direct impact on their placement prospects.
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Militancy in J&K Pak passports add new dimension to terror tactics New Delhi, April 9
In a change of tactic by Pakistan-based terrorists, a new dimension has been added to the ongoing militancy in Jammu and Kashmir. The Army has nabbed six terrorists who were carrying Pakistani passports.
This implies militants can now fly out of Pakistan unhindered to countries like Nepal, Sri Lanka or Bangladesh and sneak into India, said a senior functionary.
Al-Qaida Links 10 Pakistanis among 12 held in UK London, April 9
Britain’s top counter-terrorism officer resigned today after a security blunder by him leaked some sensitive information about a surveillance operation against Al-Qaida suspects, forcing premature raids by police who arrested 12 people, including 10 Pakistanis.
Identity crisis for poor voters How do they prove they exist?
Both the national parties may claim to champion the cause of the poor but the Aaam Aadmi, it appears, has been abandoned by the system. Millions of Indians cannot obtain a driving licence, own a telephone, secure a voter’s identity card or even open a bank account –merely because they cannot produce proof of their residence or evidence of their birth.
die in Sector 22 fire 2 showrooms gutted, exact loss
yet to be ascertained Chandigarh,
Four persons were killed in a devastating fire in the Sector 22-B market
opposite the ISBT-17 here this night.
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AC Chaudhary quits Cabinet Chandigarh, April 9
Haryana Minister for Urban Local Bodies AC Chaudhary gave a jolt to the Congress when he submitted his resignation from the Cabinet to AICC president Sonia Gandhi in Delhi this evening.
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