Advertisement

Property in Chandigarh, Panchkula and Mohali Plots, Kothis, Flats and Apartments in
DLF, Emaar MGF & Ansals 9888060009

Wednesday, December 22, 2010, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 2:30 am (IST)

India, Russia sign 29 pacts
Both nations to jointly develop fifth generation fighters; set trade target of $20 bn by 2015 Moscow asks Pak to punish 26/11 attackers; supports India’s bid for UNSC seat
New Delhi, December 21
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev answers questions at Hyderabad House in New Delhi on Tuesday.
India and Russia today demonstrated to the world why their relationship was so special. While they could not formally ink the agreement for setting up additional nuclear power units at Kudankulam in Tamil Nadu, the two countries signed a record 29 deals, including one on joint designing and development of the fifth generation fighter aircraft (FGFA) and another for jointly undertaking projects in the oil and gas sector in India, Russia or a third country.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev answers questions at Hyderabad House in New Delhi on Tuesday. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal


The Tribune
Punjabi, Hindi Publications


Chandigarh skyline
in danger


A TRIBUNE INVESTIGATION

Readers' response



 

Advertisement

Bellevue Greens
JALANDHAR
 2,3 & 4 bedrooms
Ready to move apartments
Call: 9915840520


Advertisement

Online Travel deals from Ezeego1.com


Advertisement

Cheapest travel insurance for Canada | Canadian Life Insurance quotes
www.punjabinsurance.
ca









PM steps in to chop onion prices
But retail prices will take time to dip
New Delhi/Chandigarh, December 21
Even as the realpolitik on the humble onion began today, wholesale prices of the bulb began receding. Though the cascading effect on the retail price is yet to be seen, the ban on onion exports, low consumer demand and imports trickling in from Pakistan for the second day in a row, is expected to bring some relief to the common man soon.

Pay for excess spectrum, Sibal tells telecom firms
New Delhi, December 21
Telecommunications Minister Kapil Sibal today informed the telecom operators that they would have to fork out the cost for excess spectrum held by them and this cost may be decided on the basis of the prevailing market rates.

Niira RadiaCBI grills Radia
New Delhi, December 21
Controversial corporate lobbyist Niira Radia was questioned by the CBI today at her farmhouse in Delhi. A team of CBI officials reached her residence at around 10 am and questioned her on her role in the 2G scam.

                                                  Niira Radia

Adarsh Scam
A clear case of manipulation: HC
‘Everybody who was supposed to clear the file was gifted a flat’ 
Mumbai, December 21
Pulling up the Maharashatara government, the Bombay High Court today observed that the controversial Adarsh society smacked of "a clear-cut case of manipulation" by its officers in which everybody who was supposed to clear the file was "gifted" a flat.

Save Chandigarh
from ruin

The Tribune Campaign

Inviting readers
The Tribune Investigation into Camelot, a housing project, flouting the Edict of Chandigarh and bending rules to allow 19 highrise towers to come up north of the Capitol Complex has evoked strong reaction from residents and readers. 
We invite readers to tell us what they think about the issue. Please mail to 
[email protected]
or write to The Editor-in-Chief, The Tribune, Sector 29-C, Chandigarh. Please do not exceed 150 words.


WEEKLY SPECIALS

EDUCATION

JOBS & CAREERS

HEALTH & FITNESS

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

REAL ESTATE

SPORTS & WELLNESS


OTHER PAGES

TRIBUNE SPECIALS

UNION BUDGET 2010-11
RAILWAY BUDGET
2010-11
NDA 60 Glorious Years
1857 The First Challenge

E - Revolution 2005:
A Two-day IT conclave

Assembly Elections - 2005
Turbans
Chandigarh is 50
125 Years of The Tribune
India: The Tasks Ahead
India at Sixty
A Tribune Supplement
EARLIER FEATURES


THE TRIBUNE MAGAZINES

On Sundays
On Saturdays


Prasar Bharti CEO Lalli suspended
BS LalliNew Delhi, December 21
President Pratibha Patil tonight ordered the suspension of Prasar Bharti's controversial CEO BS Lalli, who is in the eye of a storm facing allegations of irregularities in the country's largest public broadcaster.
                                            
BS Lalli

Big chill dampens X'mas bonhomie
London, December 21
Snow and freezing temperatures grounded flights across northern Europe on Tuesday, while retailers fretted they would struggle to make up sales lost due to bad weather with just four shopping days to Christmas.
(Details on world page)



Stone-thrower lands in police net via YouTube
Srinagar, December 21
A YouTube grab of stonepelters in Srinagar
Attacking a police constable and bragging about the incident by uploading a recording of the incident on popular video-sharing website YouTube has landed a Valley youth behind the bars.

A YouTube grab of stonepelters in Srinagar

HOROSCOPE

WEEKLY


Today's Specials

HIMACHAL PLUS
J&K PLUS
JALANDHAR PLUS
AMRITSAR PLUS
JOBS & CAREERS
HEALTH & FITNESS


EARLIER TOP STORIES

| Punjab | Haryana | Jammu & Kashmir | Himachal Pradesh | Regional Briefs | Nation | Opinions |
| Business | Sports | World | Letters | Chandigarh | Ludhiana | Delhi |
| Calendar | Weather | Archive | Subscribe | Suggestion | E-mail |

Editor-in-Chief, Publisher & Printer: Raj Chengappa
Published from The Tribune House, Sector 29-C, Chandigarh, India, 160030
for The Tribune Trust. Phone: (91-172) 2655066. Fax: (91-172) 2651293 & 2657149
Copyright : The Tribune Trust, 2007.