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Bhopal Verdict
The blame game is on
Case against Anderson not closed, says Moily
New Delhi, June 8
An intense blame game was on today even as the nation struggled to overcome the shock of the trial court verdict virtually letting off seven accused in the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy case with just two-year sentence.

NGO to challenge verdict in HC
Editorial: Deterring Bhopal-like disasters

Bhopal verdict: Worst legal disaster of recent history
Donít listen to anyone else on Bhopal gas verdict but Law Minister of India M.Veerappa Moily. ďJUSTICE BURIEDí he says. Indeed, first were buried the victims and than was the justice. The graves of those who fell victims to the criminal methyl isocyanate gas leak in Bhopal on December 2/3, 1984 would always bear the witness to this worst legal disaster of the recent history.

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US rules out fresh probe
Washington, June 8
The US today ruled out reopening any Ďnew inquiriesí against Union Carbide following the Indian court verdict on Bhopal gas disaster and hoped this case would not affect the passage of the civil nuclear liability bill in India.

PM announces sops worth over Rs 1,000 cr for J&K
Srinagar, June 8
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today assured the state government of full support to carry the developmental process forward and complimented Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on providing effective leadership.

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Haryana gets moving
Chandigarh, June 8
Responding to the distress call on Sukhna Lake of City Beautiful, Haryana Forest and Environment Minister Ajay Singh Yadav has got going. He has directed his department to immediately prepare an action plan for afforestation of the catchment area of the Sukhna falling in Haryana.
Haryana Environment Minister Ajay Singh Yadav talks of his concern over the dying Sukhna Lake in Chandigarh on Tuesday.
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St Johnís cries foul, seeks Patilís help
Chandigarh, June 8
The dispute between city-based St Johnís High School and the UT administration is getting murkier by the day, with the former approaching the UT administrator against Home Secretary Ram Niwas and District Education Officer Chanchal Singh for allegedly interfering in the institutionís functioning.

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Students of St Johnís High School take out a candlelight march in Chandigarh on Tuesday. Students of St Johnís High School take out a candlelight march in Chandigarh on Tuesday. Tribune photo: S Chandan

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Kasauli, June 8
Tranquility in the serene hill town has been shattered by leopard attacks during the past fortnight. Residents and visitors alike seeking to spend precious moments, far from the maddening crowd, particularly during evenings, are being forced to shut themselves in their houses after sunset, as they do not dare to venture on the city roads.

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