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Singh sworn in as PM 19 Cabinet ministers on
9 from Rajya Sabha New Delhi, May 22
Manmohan Singh was today sworn in as Prime Minister for a second
term at the head of a 20-member Congress-led UPA ministry, which
is expected to be expanded in the new few days to give
representation to the DMK, a sulking partner of the coalition,
and induct young blood.
Dr Manmohan Singh greets Congress president Sonia Gandhi after taking oath as the Prime Minister. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal
likely to visit Chennai to mollify Karuna New Delhi, May 22
The newly-inducted cabinet
minister Ghulam Nabi Azad is likely to visit Chennai on Saturday
for talks with DMK chief M Karunanidhi to end the stalemate over
allocation of ministerial berths.
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day of hugs, handshakes New Delhi, May 22
Although Prime Minister
Manmohan Singh began his second innings as head of the new UPA
government today in the backdrop of the unresolved controversy over
the sharing of ministerial berths with the DMK, this minor irritant
was not allowed to cast a shadow over the swearing in ceremony of
the new UPA government.
CBSE Class XII 11 special
children score above 90 pc New Delhi, May 22
Eleven disabled students,
including one from Panchkula, were among 15,839 children who secured
above 90 per cent in Class XII Central Board of Secondary Education
MCI to rescue of
Punjab docs Says there is no need to
re-register Chandigarh, May 22
The Medical Council of India (MCI)
has come to the rescue of nearly forty thousand medical practitioners,
who were facing the threat of losing their right to practice, in Punjab.
The Punjab Medical Council (PMC) had asked them to re-register or lose
claims 5 more lives in Punjab Bathinda/Chandigarh, May 22
The ongoing severe heat wave in the
region has claimed five lives in the past 24 hours, taking the total
toll to 15. In Jalandhar, a cyclist, identified as Pala, suddenly
collapsed near APJ College on Mahavir Marg. A passer-by tried to give
him water but he fell unconscious. He was immediately rushed to the
civil hospital, where he was declared as brought dead by doctors, who
cited heat stroke as the reason for his death.
surviving Ghadarite Baba Bilga dies at
102 Jalandhar, May 22
The only surviving legendary
revolutionary of the Ghadar party Baba Bhagat Singh Bilga died today.
Baba Bilga, who was one of the most respected revolutionaries of pre and
post-Independence era, breathed his last in the UK where he was with one
of his sons.
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