Thursday, March 10, 2011, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 2:30 am (IST)

Nod to shift 6 HC ‘uncle judges’
Post-transfer, judges’ count in Punjab & Haryana HC will come down to 36 against sanctioned 68
Chandigarh, March 9
The Supreme Court collegium has cleared the names of six Punjab and Haryana High Court judges for transfer. Available information suggests that the judges who would be shifted have their kith and kin practising in the high court. Among those who would be shifted are Justice MS Sullar, Justice Sabina, Justice TPS Mann and Justice KS Ahluwalia, it is believed. 

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Qaida, Lashkar plot joint strike during World Cup
MHA sounds alert Navy, Coast Guard step up vigilance Security beefed up at match venues, west coast cities 

Security up at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.New Delhi, March 9
A country having “good” intelligence gathering assets in Afghanistan and Pakistan has warned India of an impending joint terror strike being planned by the Al-Qaida and its ally in spreading terror, the Lashkar-e-Toiba.

Security up at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. — PTI

Time up for Indians on hijacked ship
Doing our bit, assures Krishna; not enough, ensure sailors’ safety, says Oppn
New Delhi, March 9
As the week-long deadline set by Somali pirates for the release of six Indians aboard the hijacked Egyptian cargo ship MV Suez drew to an end today, the government said it was in touch with the ship owners and depending on them for negotiations.

PM’s admission on CVC creates rift in BJP
New Delhi, March 9
BJP president Nitin Gadkari today turned the grand heroine of the CVC controversy, Sushma Swaraj, into a virtual villain by rejecting her thesis of letting matters rest after the Prime Minister admitted that the appointment of PJ Thomas was an error of judgment.

More unease for Cong, now Rosaiah booked 
Case filed against former AP CM in a dispute involving prime land 
Hyderabad, March 9
In a major embarrassment to the ruling Congress, the Anti-Corruption Bureau today filed a case against former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister K Rosaiah and 13 other officials in a dispute involving de-notification of a prime piece of land in the city.



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Delhi student’s murder sparks outrage 
Cops look for eyewitnesses
Delhi was outraged by the daylight murder of second-year student Radhika Tanwar in the South Campus area on Tuesday. The gory killing took place at the busy Dhaula Kuan foot overbridge in the presence of several commuters. The Delhi Police has released the sketch of the suspect who shot the 21-year-old dead and is looking for eyewitnesses in the case. Details on Nation page : Girl killed in public but cops hunt for eyewitnesses

Students protest the killing of Radhika Tanwar in New Delhi
Students protest the killing of Radhika Tanwar in New Delhi on Wednesday. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal

Cong tough talk may not work with TMC
New Delhi, March 9
The Congress may have got away by talking tough with the DMK but it is unlikely to have the same success with the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress when the two parties begin formal seat- sharing negotiations for next month’s West Bengal Assembly polls.

A Trinamool worker pastes posters ahead @@of the poll in West Bengal, in Kolkata on Wednesday. — PTI




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