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Thursday, January 10, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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Jawans' killing: Strong protest by India
Highly provocative, says Antony Pakistan envoy ticked off
New Delhi, January 9
Tension between India and Pakistan flared up on Wednesday with New Delhi lodging a strong protest through diplomatic and military channels a day after the brutal killing of two soldiers by the Pakistan Army.
The bodies of the two soldiers of the Army in Rajouri before being taken to their native places for last rites
The bodies of the two soldiers of the Army in Rajouri before being taken to their native places for last rites. Tribune photo

It was a pre-planned operation: Dy GOC
Rajouri, January 9
Brig JK Tiwari, Deputy General Officer Commanding of the 25 Infantry Division, today said the gruesome killing of two soldiers by Pakistani troops in the Mendhar Sector on Tuesday was a pre-planned operation. Interacting with mediapersons after paying tribute to the two martyrs, Brig Tiwari termed the Pakistani Army’s action as most barbaric and inhuman. “It was a highly provocative act and pre-planned by Pakistan, which is highly condemnable,” he said.

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Jawans’ Killing
Pall of gloom in MP, UP villages
Sidhi (MP)/ Mathura (UP), anuary 9
A pall of gloom descended on two villages in Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday from where the soldiers brutally killed in the attack by Pakistani hailed. Wrapped in the Tricolour, the caskets containing the bodies of Lance Naik Hemraj and Lance Naik Sudhakar Singh were being brought to their villages.

Be firm in dealing with Pak: Jaitley

Kargil martyr’s father for action against Pak
Palampur, January 9
Dr NK Kalia, father of Kargil War martyr Capt Saurabh Kalia, today demanded action against soldiers of the Pakistan Army who brutally mutilated the bodies of two Indian soldiers posted in the Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir yesterday.


PUNJAB: Supremacy battle in Punjab’s first family

HARYANA: Naib tehsildar among 3 held

J&KBJP state chief slams Centre’s soft Pak policy

HIMACHAL: Butail is Speaker, rival camp rejoices

CHANDIGARH: Get ready for the pinch

LUDHIANA: Major tragedy averted

DELHI: Delhi plan to arrest uneven sex ratio
BUSINESS: High consumption to push up growth to 6.7% in FY14: Crisil
OPINIONS: Pak Army’s barbaric act

NATION: HC notice to Centre on juvenile law

SPORTS: Punjab close in on spot in semifinal
WORLD: Syrian rebels free 48 Iranians in prisoner swap


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Blanket hike in rail fares
Travel dearer from Jan 21 midnight Revision after a decade
New Delhi, January 9
The United Progressive Alliance government today announced an across-the-board hike in railway fares, putting an extra burden on passengers from the midnight of January 21.

Industry welcomes hike

Pravasi Bharatiya Divas concludes
Prez: NRIs must help build nation

Kochi, January 9
President Pranab Mukherjee today exhorted the overseas Indian community to play a decisive role in India’s development. Delivering the valedictory address after presenting Pravasi Bharatiya Samman awards on the last day of the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas: 2013, he said that overseas Indians, especially academicians, scientists, technocrats and businessmen, should play a role in building the country's knowledge society.
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Tricity, Shimla set to witness disaster management exercise
Chandigarh, January 9
To test the response of disaster management agencies and also generate public awareness, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) will conduct a large-scale exercise in the tricity of Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula as well as Shimla on February 13. This will be the first-ever disaster management initiative in the country at a multi-state level.


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