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Tuesday, January 1, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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Latest news, updated at 12:20 pm

 US fiscal cliff deal done, Senate to vote...more
 Flights hit as dense fog envelopes IGI
 Flying out of Delhi to be cheaper from today

Tougher rape laws: Shinde wants parties to pitch in

New Delhi, December 31
RAF personnel stand behind a barricade in New Delhi on Monday.Two days after the death of the 23-year-old Delhi gang-rape victim, Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde has sent letters to all political parties inviting suggestions on the issue of amending laws pertaining to rape.
RAF personnel stand behind a barricade in New Delhi on Monday.
Delhi Police to file 1,000-page chargesheet
No New Year parties for armed forces
She was inspiration for family, neighbourhood
BJP for tougher laws on crimes against women
Govt awaiting Verma panel report before taking a call
Death not enough for rape: VK Singh
Protesters call for safer Delhi 
(All related stories on NATION page)

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Cash subsidy in 20 districts from today
New Delhi, December 31
P ChidambaramThe Manmohan Singh government will usher in the New Year by rolling out the first phase of its plan to directly transfer cash into the bank accounts of beneficiaries of its various social welfare schemes.
               P Chidambaram

Jyoti murder case
HC rejects Doon MLA’s anticipatory bail plea

Chandigarh/Panchkula, Dec 31
The anticipatory bail plea of Ram Kumar Chaudhary, newly elected MLA from Doon in Himachal Pradesh, in the Jyoti murder case was today dismissed as withdrawn by the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

14 more die as cold wave sweeps North
New Delhi, December 31
A cyclist at Raisina Hill on a foggy day in New Delhi on Monday.
Fourteen persons succumbed to extreme cold in North India today as temperatures plummeted across the region making people stay inside homes. Delhiites shivered in the morning as the mercury plunged to the season's lowest of 5.5 degrees celsius even as dense fog affected air traffic.

BRAVING THE CHILL: A cyclist at Raisina Hill on a foggy day in New Delhi on Monday. — PTI


PUNJAB: Holy city ashamed again

HARYANA: Govt vows to curb crime against women

J&KNC making inroads into Udhampur district

HIMACHAL: Temple towns to get better amenities for pilgrims: Minister

CHANDIGARH: A subdued New Year for tricity

LUDHIANA: Tow-away drive under scanner 

DELHI: Stepbrother held for rape of runaway girl
BUSINESS: Govt offers 17 coal blocks to PSUs, invites proposals
OPINIONS: The worst is over

NATION: Delhi Police to file chargesheet by Jan 3

SPORTS: India, Pakistan teams at Edens
WORLD: Wave of bombings kills 12 in Iraq


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Holy city ashamed again
Amritsar, December 31
In yet another case of rape, the Civil Line police has booked Milan Kapoor, a resident of Vijay Nagar area, for allegedly raping a divorced woman on the pretext of marrying her.
(Details on PUNJAB page)

Govt vows to curb crime against women
Chandigarh, December 31
While condemning the recent incidents of crime against women, including instances of molestation and rape, the Haryana Cabinet today resolved to file challans in the court in all cases relating to women, children and weaker sections within 30 days.
(Details on HARYANA page)

 Call for boycott of Dalit MPs, MLAs opposed to quota in promotion
Lucknow, December 31
Driving a wedge further in the cast-in-stone caste divide in the state, a pro-quota in promotion body has called for the social boycott of all Dalit elected representatives who have opposed the Bill for promotion in quota during the recently concluded parliamentary session.

‘Chota Pakistan’ on bills has M’rashtra power co. in soup
Mumbai, December 31
The moniker ‘Chota Pakistan’ derogatorily used to describe neighbourhoods dominated by the minority Muslim community has landed the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company (MSEDC) in a soup after several hundred power bills in the suburb of Nala Sopara outside Mumbai were found with this name.




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