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Friday, January 11, 2013, Chandigarh, India
Edition update time 2:30 am (IST)

Latest news, updated at 6:00 pm

 Pak summons Indian envoy, suspends cross-LoC bus service...more
Will take every step to protect interests of our soldiers: Antony...more
Tension prevails along Indo-Pak border...more
 Toll in Pakistan blasts rises to 122...more
 SC quashes Karnataka Upa Lokayukta appointment...more
 Industrial output dips to 0.1 pc...more

Pak suspends trans-LoC trade
Doesn’t open gates for Indian trucks y India says won’t act in haste
New Delhi/ Jammu, January 10
India believes that any hasty step on its part in the wake of the killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani troops would not only hurt the nascent dialogue process but also weaken the civilian regime in Islamabad. The Pakistan Government, on the other hand, continued its aggressive stance and suspended the trans-LoC trade from the Poonch-Rawalkote route and also refused to respond to hotline messages from the Indian side.

Editorial: Pak designs
Jammu & Kashmir page: Pakistan desperate to internationalise K-issue
An ex-serviceman participates in a protest against the killing of two Indian soldiers in Bikaner on Thursday. An ex-serviceman participates in a protest against the killing of two Indian soldiers in Bikaner on Thursday. — PTI

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Pak fires again, loses 1 soldier in return fire
New Delhi, January 10
Two days after the Army lost its two soldiers to an attack by Pakistani troops, it today responded by firing at some Pakistani posts, killing one enemy soldier.

decriminalising POLITICs
Justify separate laws for MPs & citizens, SC asks Centre
New Delhi, January 10
The Supreme Court today directed the Centre to justify the existence of two different laws - one for ordinary citizens involved in criminal cases and another for the similarly placed elected representatives.

Patiala policeman slaps, abuses ‘pickpocket’, her child
A video recording shows a Head Constable slapping the woman. Patiala, January 10
A woman carrying an infant was repeatedly slapped by a policeman in full public view in Patiala after she was accused of stealing money from her co-passenger on Wednesday evening. A video recording of the incident available with The Tribune shows that her child was also hit in the melee.
A video recording shows a Head Constable slapping the woman.


PUNJAB: CM wants death penalty for gang rape

HARYANA: Rape shame continues

J&KIndia, Pak exchange fire in Uri sector

HIMACHAL: Govt bailout package for HPSEBL

CHANDIGARH: All set for UT police-DANIPS merger

LUDHIANA: ‘Helper’ receives burns

DELHI: Night patrolling to be intensified: Shinde
BUSINESS: Citi downgrades India from ‘neutral’ to ‘underweight’
OPINIONS: Pak designs

NATION: Police apologises, files fresh report in HC

SPORTS: Can England match steps with India in ODIs?
WORLD: Lankan maid beheaded in Saudi Arabia

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Naxals plant bomb in dead jawan’s body
Ranchi/New Delhi, January 10
A 1.5 kg bomb was planted by Maoists inside the stomach of a CRPF jawan killed in an encounter with the rebels in a brutal tactic perhaps used for the first time by Naxals in the country.

Unabated cold wave kills 16 more in UP
Lucknow, January 10
The mercury remained at sub-zero levels in at least five districts of Uttar Pradesh claiming 16 more lives over the past 24 hours taking the death toll due to the bitter cold to 249. According to reports from the metrological office, Gorakhpur and Ghazipur clocked -1°C and remained the coldest places in the state followed by Lucknow at -0.7°C.
(Details on Nation page)

International Flora Expo IN NEW DELHI from today
India blossoms as 2nd largest consumer of flowers
New Delhi, January 10
More and more Indians are saying it with flowers and trade figures suggest that India is now the second largest consumer and fastest growing retail destination of flowers in the world.


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