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Thursday, January 3, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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 Chargesheet filed in Delhi gang-rape case...more
 Malala's father gets UK diplomatic post
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SC upholds appointment of Gujarat Lokayukta
Setback for Modi as court terms his objections unjustified
New Delhi, January 2
Describing as “untenable” Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s objections to the appointment of Justice RA Mehta (retd) as Lokayukta by the Governor, the Supreme Court today said a “pliant” ombudsman would not act on corruption charges against the government.

Editorial: Gujarat gets Lokayukta
Nation page: Modi govt in damage-control mode

Anti-rape law: Clamour for police, judicial accountability grows
New Delhi, January 2
Police and judicial accountability are emerging as the dominant demands of the civil and legal communities petitioning the Justice JS Verma committee appointed by the government to review anti-rape laws after the Delhi gang-rape case. For the first time, demands are being raised for community monitoring of police probes into such offences.

Editorial: Loopholes in laws
Family agrees, but no provision to name laws after individual

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Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit and others at the Women’s Dignity March in New Delhi on Wednesday. Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit and others at the Women’s Dignity March in New Delhi on Wednesday. Tribune photo: Manas Ranjan Bhui

Women’s safety measures: SC puts Centre, states on notice
New Delhi, January 2
The Supreme Court today sought the response of the Centre and all the states within four weeks to a PIL that has cited about 50 recent incidents of gruesome atrocities against women across the country to seek a better legal system and recruitment of more women in the police as part of a series of steps to deal with gender-based crimes.
Women participate in the ‘Mahila Suraksha Samman March’ at Rajghat. Women participate in the ‘Mahila Suraksha Samman March’ at Rajghat. — PTI


PUNJAB: Illegal mining still rampant in Amritsar, Tarn Taran

HARYANA: Speaker reserves order

J&KStalker throws acid on woman in Srinagar

HIMACHAL: Improving fiscal health difficult task for govt

CHANDIGARH: Court acts tough on drunk drivers

LUDHIANA: No respite for Rail passengers

DELHI: Constable among five held for molestation
BUSINESS: Stocks hit 2-yr high on ‘fiscal cliff’ deal
OPINIONS: Gujarat gets Lokayukta

NATION: On founder’s day, TMC leader showers money on dancers

SPORTS: India’s batting needs to fire to tame Pakistan
WORLD: Syrian rebels attack military airport


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Sukhbir’s relative missing in Pak dead
Canadian-Sikh was murdered soon after she reached Lahore in August: Police
Lahore, January 2
A Canadian woman of Indian-origin, Rajvindar Kaur Gill, also a distant relative of Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal, was killed and her body dumped into a canal by a man who owed her money, the Pakistan police investigating her disappearance since last August informed a court here today.

Punjab gives thumbs down to Centre’s education schemes
Education Minister Maluka says these are ill-conceived, based on whims of the Union Govt
Bathinda, January 2
The Punjab Government has decided not to implement education schemes of the Union Government in the state. The reason: The SAD-BJP regime feels these schemes have been conceived without taking local factors into consideration.

Make education schemes state-specific Punjab’s demand: Make education schemes state-specific


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