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Flu Scare Screening
of international passengers begins *Alert at 17 Indian airports
*WHO warns of pandemic
*Virus spreads to Germany New Delhi, April 29
With the World Health
Organisation (WHO) raising the worldwide pandemic alert level
from swine flu virus to Phase 4 today and the toll in Mexico
alone rising above 150, India set itself the deadline of 8 am
tomorrow to start screening every passenger entering
international airports from affected as well as other countries.
Workers from the Richardson Independent School District work to disinfect a
classroom inside Canyon Creek Elementary School, which was shut down after
one case of swine flu was confirmed in Richardson, Texas. — Reuters
Pottu hatched Rajiv killing, says former aide Colombo, April 29
Velupillai Prabhakaran and
his intelligence chief Pottu Amman hatched the diabolical plot
to kill former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi "silently"
without the knowledge of anyone in the outfit, a former close
confidant of the LTTE supremo said today.
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Manhole deaths cause furore Two municipal employees
from Ludhiana die at Mansa Mansa/Ludhiana, April 29
Two municipal employees from
Ludhiana entered a manhole at Mansa, over 120 km away, in the wee hours
today and died within minutes, asphyxiated by poisonous gases.
Third phase of polling today New Delhi, April 29
Political heavyweights Sonia Gandhi, L K Advani and H D Deve Gowda are among 1,567 candidates whose fate would be decided by voters in the third phase of elections to Lok Sabha tomorrow.
denies any commitment on Gorkhaland Jalaun, April 29
BJP president Rajnath Singh has
denied making any commitment to create a separate Gorkhaland. Speaking
exclusively to The Tribune Rajnath Singh said, “We have not talked of
polls, Congress to look for new allies New Delhi, April 29
As the ongoing electoral battle
advances into its third phase tomorrow, the Congress today
maintained it would emerge as the single largest party but also
indicated that the post-poll composition of the ruling combine will
not be the same as the present UPA.
an issue in South Mumbai Mumbai, April 29
The 26/11 terrorist strikes are
a major issue in the Mumbai south Lok Sabha constituency, since it
was the staging ground of the Pakistan-based terrorists. Mumbai
south, once one of the smallest constituencies of the country, has
now expanded to include the mill-lands of the central Mumbai.
It is five minutes to eight - just
three hours after campaigning to the third phase of polling in the
state came to an end. Former Chief Minister Dr Farooq Abdullah,
after a hectic day of campaigning in the Anantnag parliamentary
constituency arrives at Coffea Arabica on the Mulanna Azad road,
sitting in a co-driver seat of silver Ford Icon.
CRPF personnel patrol deserted streets at Lal Chowk in Srinagar on Wednesday to thwart planned protests against holding elections. Tribune photo: Mohd Amin War
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