Thursday, November 10, 2011, Chandigarh, India
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 Kasab should be hanged: Rehman Malik
Bhanwari Devi case: CBI grills former Rajasthan Minister
 ED issues summons to Jaganmohan Reddy

Guru Nanak Jayanti celebrated with fervour

Sun, sand and smiles for Manmohan at SAARC
India has reasons to bask as the 17th summit gets underway in Maldives
Raj Chengappa, Editor-in-Chief in Maldives
Gan, November 9
If you walk on any island in the Maldives for more than two kilometers on either side, you are likely to fall into the sea! That’s how small they are.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed on Wednesday

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed on Wednesday. — PTI

Manmohan-Gilani Summit
‘Taking the politics out of economics’
While Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is having a series of bilateral meetings with his counterparts at the 17th SAARC summit including Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Maldives, it is his summit meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani early Thursday morning which is being awaited the most.

The Tribune
Punjabi, Hindi Publications

BUDGET 2011-12
Railway Budget
Economic Survey

A Tribune Investigation

Punjab Public Transport

Punjab Public Transport
Badals, buses and public losses
How the Badals hijacked Punjab’s luxury bus business
How the transport policy was manipulated for private profit
Public losses, private profits
Silence of the lambs


NDA 60 Glorious Years
125 Years of The Tribune
India: The Tasks Ahead

New Year Special
2011 — Year of Reckoning

Yearend Special
2010 — The Year of Disquiet
Chandigarh skyline
in danger
Education Special
The Tribune Guide to Best Colleges

31 get life imprisonment in post-Godhra
riot case
42 acquitted due to lack of evidence, benefit of doubt
Mehasana (Gujarat), November 9
Thirty-one persons were sentenced for life today after they were held guilty of burning alive 33 persons belonging to a minority community in one of the ghastly crimes unleashed during 2002 post-Godhra riots in Sardarpura.

Never commented on policy; have right to brief press: CAG to PM
New Delhi, November 9
The unease between the government and country’s top auditor comes out starkly in a letter the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India wrote to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in July to clarify that none of the audit reports presented during his tenure commented on government’s policy as claimed by the PM on June 29 in a meeting with select editors.

Sonia misses rally but slams Team Anna
Says corruption can not be eradicated by merely Sonia Gandhi making speeches
Dehradun/New Delhi,  November 9
A viral infection forced Congress president Sonia Gandhi today to give a miss to her first public appearance since undergoing surgery for an undisclosed illness. It would have been her first public rally since her return from the United States but she failed to turn up at Gauchar in Uttarakhand.










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Iran ‘worked’ on N-bomb design
IAEA report suggests Tehran wants nuclear arms capability
Big powers divided over how to handle row
Vienna, November 9
Iran appears to have worked on designing an atomic bomb and may still be conducting secret research, the UN nuclear watchdog said in a report likely to raise tensions in the Middle East. (Details on World page)

West Indies Tour of India: First Test Day 4
India coast to victory
New Delhi, November 9
Strange how priorities differ, depending on one’s credentials. India can, at best, be satisfied to have won the first Test against the West Indies at the Ferozshah Kotla here in three-and-a-half days, while the visitors can almost be happy that things went that far.
(Details on Sports page)

Female infanticide: Gallows for father
Chandigarh, November 9
It’s gallows for a father who scripted the obituary of his daughter much before she was born. Less than a year after Mukesh Kumar killed his four-day-old daughter, a Sangrur court today ordered he “be hanged by his neck till he is dead”. The capital punishment order, perhaps the first-of-its-kind in a female infanticide case, was pronounced in an open court this morning by Sangrur District and Sessions Judge M.S. Chauhan.


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