2010, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
brings life to a standstill 50 flights delayed, 23
trains cancelled New Delhi, January 3
Dense fog in North India played havoc with movement of flights
and trains for the second successive day today, with Delhi being
the worst hit.
apathy powered down northern grid
Delay in switching over to
fog-resistant technology, poor maintenance of high-tension lines
to be blamed Jalandhar/New Delhi,
Alleged apathy on the part
of the northern states in installing new fog-resistant
technology coupled with poor upkeep of high-tension lines
apparently resulted in power grid collapse on a foggy day around
3 am yesterday.
can compete with the best: PM But cautions against
red tape to boost scientific growth Thiruvananthapuram,
Noting that there was no
barrier that �we cannot overcome�, Prime Minister Manmohan
Singh today said India could compete with the best in the world
given the country harness all the talent that exists.
known face in Mumbai party circles New Delhi, January
Security agencies have been
able to get an insight into the personal life of American terror
suspect David Headley, with his estranged Moroccan wife telling
investigators about connections he had in Mumbai, including with
orders probe into escape by ultras New Delhi, January 3
Desperate to nab the three
Pakistan-trained terrorists who gave cops the slip from here yesterday,
the Delhi police today released their photographs and even announced a
cash reward of Rs 50,000 each for information leading to their arrest.
A file photo of the three militants who escaped police custody
youth stabbed to death in Oz In the first attack on an
Indian this year, 21-year-old Nitin Garg, who migrated from Punjab and
had permanent residency in Australia, was stabbed to death in
Melbourne�s northern suburb of West Footscray on Saturday night. He
became the first victim to succumb to his injuries, amid a string of
racial attacks on the community members in Australia.
Fallout of Ruchika Case Can�t let
bigwigs take law for a ride: HC Chandigarh, January 3
Taking suo motu cognizance of
Ruchika molestation case, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has asserted
that time has come to put on fast track cases pending against the
bigwigs � top cops, bureaucrats and politicians.
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