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Sunday, December 30, 2012, Chandigarh, India
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 Gang-rape victim cremated in Delhi...more
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 Delhi’s shame
Gang-rape victim dies; nation in grief
New Delhi, December 29
India today woke up to a heartrending report of the death of the 23-year-old girl, victim of the December 16 brutal gang rape in the capital, spreading a pall of gloom and evoking spontaneous yet peaceful protests across the country.

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People take part in a candlelight vigil in New Delhi to mourn the death of the gang-rape victim.
People take part in a candlelight vigil in New Delhi to mourn the death of the gang-rape victim. Tribune photo: Manas Ranjan Bhui

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Paraglider causes mid-air scare for Prez jet
New Delhi, December 29
In an event that has yet again exposed the country’s fragile air defence architecture, a maverick paraglider flew close to President Pranab Mukherjee’s plane, causing a mid-air security scare. The Indian Air Force pilots of the Communication Squadron - who fly VVIPs - reported the unusual occurrence to their headquarters in Delhi.

Himachal Vigilance's recordings to be analysed outside state
Shimla, December 29
A special team of forensic experts from outside Himachal Pradesh will help in retrieving and analysing recordings contained in the hard discs seized from the CID and Vigilance cells, causing a flutter among the state’s top police officers who were close to the previous BJP regime.

Cold wave unabated in North, toll 62
New Delhi, December 29
People ride bicycles in fog in Allahabad on Saturday. The entire North India continued to remain in the grip of severe cold with 13 more people succumbing to the chill in Uttar Pradesh, even as the mercury went up by a few notches in Delhi, Punjab and Haryana.

Braving the chill: People ride bicycles in fog in Allahabad on Saturday. — PTI


PUNJAB: State braves deficient monsoon to produce record harvest this year

HARYANA: Activists, students condole death of Delhi rape victim

J&KCong leader fires fresh salvo at Omar government

HIMACHAL: Two more ministers in Cabinet soon

CHANDIGARH: New Year gift: 3rd Shatabdi

LUDHIANA: Homeless in search of shelter 

DELHI: City in mourning: Ministers, Left activists hold candlelight marches
BUSINESS: For Senate leaders, a mission impossible from Obama

NATION: Brain swelling led to death of victim

SPORTS: After hit, giggle, time for serious cricket
WORLD: Zardari stops release of Benazir Bhutto assassination report


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Hira Lal Sibal passes away
Chandigarh, December 29
Hira Lal SibalNoted lawyer Hira Lal Sibal, father of Union minister Kapil Sibal, today passed away after prolonged illness. He was 98. His mortal remains were consigned to flames with full state honours here at Sector 25. His elder son VK Sibal performed last rites and lit the pyre amid prayers and 21-gun salute.

Obituary: A humanist, a legal legend
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State braves deficient monsoon to produce record harvest this year

Chandigarh, December 29
Punjab has had a very good harvest this year, probably the best in recent times. It produced 130.32 lakh tonne of wheat and 152.09 lakh tonne of paddy this year. The agriculture sector has generated a revenue of about Rs 5,000 crore for the state government, equalling the subsidy given to it in the form of free power.
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All ‘overstaying’ Punjab cops to be shifted in 10 days
Chandigarh, December 29
In a major policy decision, the Punjab Police has decided to shift all officers and men who have stayed at any one place for more than three to four years within 10 days.


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