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Anti-Sikh Riots CBI
chargesheets Sajjan Kumar �Ex-Congress MP
incited mob to kill Sikhs� New Delhi, January 13
years after the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in the national capital,
the Central Bureau of Investigation today filed two separate
chargesheets against former Congress MP Sajjan Kumar, blaming
him for two of the �murders� during the riots.
Hockey players strike fiscal goal, to rejoin camp Pune, January 13
The biggest crisis to hit Indian hockey was today resolved after a compromise deal was worked out between the game's administrators and the striking players who have been promised an immediate disbursement of Rs 1 crore.
bail extended till Feb 8 Chandigarh, January 13
In a breather to former Haryana DGP
SPS Rathore, a local court today extended till February 8 his
post-conviction bail in the Ruchika Girhotra molestation case.
SMILE RETURNS: Ex-DGP Rathore outside the District Courts in Chandigarh on Wednesday. Tribune photo: Vinay Malik
Govt wakes up to rein in price rise New Delhi, January 13
Under attack from the Opposition and also from some of its own allies on rising food prices, the Congress-led UPA government today decided to release surplus wheat and rice into the market.
rocks Haiti, no news of 50 consular officers New Delhi, January 13
India is awaiting information about
its 50 Consular level officers in Haiti, which suffered the strongest
earthquake in more than 200 years flattening almost all buildings in its
Now, bid to torch Oz gurdwara
In the third major attack on Indians so far this year, some unidentified persons tried to set afire a gurdwara building under construction in the Nanaksar Taath gurdwara complex last midnight located in the southeastern suburb of Cranbourne, about an hour�s drive from Melbourne�s city centre.
CRRID Study NREGS flop in
Punjab, Haryana; hit in HP Chandigarh, January 13
An assessment of the implementation
of the much-celebrated National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme of the
Centre for Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh has found that the
scheme has had the least impact on Punjab followed by Haryana.
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