2010, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Taliban bomb heart of Kabul
9 ultras among 14 killed in explosions, gunfire
Kabul, January 18
Taliban gunmen launched a brazen assault on the centre of Kabul on Monday, with suicide bombers blowing themselves up at several locations and militants battling security forces from inside a shopping centre engulfed in flames.
Army differs with J&K admn on Chinese incursions New Delhi, January 18
The Indian Army does not seem to share fears expressed by the Civil Administration in Jammu and Kashmir that China was grabbing land in Ladakh along the Line of Control. Rather it threatens to blow it up as a tussle between the forces and civil side.
Fog engulfs North for second day New Delhi, January 18
A thick blanket of fog covered parts of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh for the second consecutive day today even as minimum temperatures soared by three degrees Celsius at some places.
Ruchika Case Rathore
can abscond: CBI to court Chandigarh, January
Less than a week after it
took over the investigation into fresh cases in the Ruchika
molestation and suicide case, the Central Bureau of
Investigation (CBI) today told the Punjab and Haryana High Court
that Haryana�s former Director-General of Police SPS Rathore
�can abscond or otherwise hamper the investigations�.
varsities may lose deemed status New Delhi, January 18
Following an year-long dissection
of performance of 130 existing deemed-to-be universities in the country,
the government panel constituted for the purpose has recommended
withdrawal of the deemed status from 44 institutions, found committing
academic lapses, including allowing families to run institutions.
rain in Punjab Chandigarh, January 18
Punjab declared a public holiday
today to mourn the death of CPM veteran Jyoti Basu. And if declaring a
public holiday is a show of sorrow, then no other state in the country
other than West Bengal was �grieved� enough.
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