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Saturday, January 12, 2013, Chandigarh, India
Edition update time 2:30 am (IST)

Latest news, updated at 6:00 pm

 India may have to look at some other options: IAF chief...more
Pak Rangers postpone flag meet till Feb 20...more
 BJP asks govt to recall Indian envoy from Pak...more
 JMM seeks more time to form govt...more
 Mumbai: Hawker dies during drive against vendors...more

Pak now slams brakes on cross-LoC travel
Halts Poonch-Rawalkote bus service; trade remains suspended
Jammu/Poonch, January 11
A BSF jawan patrols the fenced border with Pakistan in Suchetgarh, southwest of Jammu, on Friday.
Pakistan on Friday stopped the weekly bus service between Poonch in Jammu and Kashmir and Rawalkote in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), escalating tension between the two countries.
A BSF jawan patrols the fenced border with Pakistan in Suchetgarh, southwest of Jammu, on Friday. — Reuters

Pak summons Indian envoy

Antony: Army’s prestige must be maintained
New Delhi, Jan 11
Notwithstanding provocative actions by Pakistan, India today continued to exercise restraint to prevent the ongoing tension from spiralling out of control. Amid reports of fresh firing from across the Line of Control (LoC) Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was briefed by National Security Adviser Shivshankar Menon and Defence Secretary Shashikant Sharma.

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Toothless, Punjab DGP has no say in postings, transfers
DGP Sumedh Singh SainiChandigarh, January 11
Amid allegations of politicisation of the Punjab Police with the Director General of Police (DGP) having no say in postings and transfers, it has now been revealed that he cannot even order a temporary posting.
GP Sumedh Singh Saini

Moga bypoll on February 23
Chandigarh, January 11
The Moga bypoll, which was necessitated after Congress legislator Joginderpal Jain resigned from the constituency and joined SAD, will be held on February 23. As per the Election Commission schedule announced today, the notification for the polls would be issued on January 30 and the last date for filing nominations would be February 6.

UP CM meets family of Delhi gang-rape victim
Lucknow, January 11
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today spent 30 minutes with the family of the Delhi gang-rape victim at their ancestral village of Medawar Kala in Ballia on the occasion of her “kriya”. He handed over a cheque for Rs 20 lakh on behalf of the state government to the bereaved family. Expressing condolences to the family, he assured them of all possible help they needed. He spent most of the time speaking to the male members of the family and later went inside to spend some time with the victim’s mother.


PUNJAB: Border tension fails to derail trade at Attari

HARYANA: High Court orders fresh recruitment exam

J&KNC, PDP yet to officially condemn Pak brutality

HIMACHAL: CM for revival of industrial package

CHANDIGARH: Car 'used in crime' found from MLA's house

LUDHIANA: Liquor flows even past midnight, till dawn 

BUSINESS: Infosys unexpectedly raises forecast, stock surges 17%
OPINIONS: Judicial overreach, again

NATION: Women not safe on Delhi streets: SC

SPORTS: England end 7-year ODI itch
WORLD: Rebels claim control over helicopter base in Syria

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Women not safe on Delhi streets: SC
New Delhi, January 11
The Supreme Court today expressed its exasperation over the fact that incidents of rape were continuing unabated across the country despite the national outrage over the recent gang rape and murder of a 23-year-old physiotherapy student in Delhi. “Even after the Delhi rape, such incidents are still taking place,” a Bench comprising Justices KS Radhakrishnan and Dipak Misra noted.
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England end 7-year ODI itch
Rajkot, January 11
India's woeful run of losses continued after a struggling top-order failed to convert good starts even on a placid track as England drew first blood with a thrilling nine-run victory in the first cricket one-dayer on Friday.
(Details on SportS page)

With belly bomb, Maoists planned mayhem
New Delhi, January 11
Security forces engaged in operations against the Naxals in Jharkhand are baffled by the new techniques adopted by the insurgents to plant Improvised Explosive Devices (IED). At Latehar, the police detected that rebels had placed a metallic container inside the abdomen of the body of a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) constable, Babu Lal Patel, who was killed in an encounter earlier this week.


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