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Monday, January 14, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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Put pressure on Pak to return Hemraj's head: Army Chief...more
India lodges strong protest with Pak at flag meeting...more
 Lakhs throng confluence of Ganga, Yamuna for Maha Kumbh...more
 Fog disrupts schedule of over 40 flights in Delhi...more
 Retail inflation rises to 10.56 pc...more

India, Pak to hold flag meet at Poonch today
Poonch/New Delhi, January 13
Pakistan has agreed to hold a Brigadier-level flag meeting with India to defuse tension along the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch  where Pakistani troops had on Tuesday intruded into Indian territory and  brutally killed two Indian soldiers before retreating to their territory.

Badals put up united face at Maghi Mela, target Cong
Muktsar, January 13
Akali leader Ranjit Singh Brahmpura, CM Parkash Singh Badal, Dy CM Sukhbir Badal and Revenue Minister Bikram Majithia at Maghi Mela on SundayAmidst recent reports of chinks in the top leadership of the Shiromani Akali Dal, the ruling Badal clan put up a united face during their political conference.
From left: Akali leader Ranjit Singh Brahmpura, CM Parkash Singh Badal, Dy CM Sukhbir Badal and Revenue Minister Bikram Majithia at Maghi Mela on Sunday. Tribune photo: Pawan Sharma


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Cong CD on Majithia pulls crowds
Muktsar, January 13
PPCC chief Amarinder Singh at Maghi Mela.Defying the state government and the Speaker of the Punjab Vidhan Sabha, the Pradesh Congress today played the video CD showing Public Relations Minister Bikramjit Singh Majithia hurling abuses at Congress MLA Rana Gurjit Singh on the floor of the House, at its political rally here.
PPCC chief Amarinder Singh at Maghi Mela.

Haryana Speaker quashes pleas against 5 MLAs
Hooda govt breathes easy; miffed HJC, INLD to move court
Chandigarh, January 13
Providing much-needed political oxygen to the beleaguered Hooda Government, Haryana Assembly Speaker Kuldeep Sharma today quashed disqualification petitions against five Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC) MLAs, who joined the Congress to help Bhupinder Singh Hooda form the government for the second time in 2009.

Rape Spurt
SC notice to Haryana on PIL seeking SIT probe
New Delhi, January 13
The Supreme Court has issued notice to the Haryana Government seeking its response to a PIL pleading for a probe by a special investigation team (SIT).

Released from jail, man rapes, kills minor girl
Woman gang-raped, killed


PUNJAB: Nobody is safe in state: Capt

HARYANA: Speaker, Bishnoi trade barb

J&KHurriyat leaders may be quizzed for meeting Hafiz

HIMACHAL: Thousands take holy dip in hot water springs

CHANDIGARH: HP MLA ‘confesses’

LUDHIANA: Alarming rise in Drug add

DELHI: 150 BPL families get LPG cylinders, gas stoves
BUSINESS: Telecom firms asked to pay spectrum fee by tomorrow
OPINIONS: Deepening water crisis

NATION: India set to raise cost of N-reactors

SPORTS: Djokovic bids for hat-trick
WORLD: Rajapaksa sacks Lanka’s first woman Chief Justice


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Fear factor: Two Valley sarpanches, 20 panches quit
Srinagar, January 13
Twenty-two sarpanches and panches from north Kashmir area of Sopore belonging to three panchayat blocks resigned today following militant attacks on a sarpanch and a woman panch from the same area in the past few days. The 22 panchayat representatives include two sarpanches - Manzoor Ahmad Rather and Bashir Ahmad Lone - and 20 panchs from the panchayat blocks of Shiva-A, Shiva-B and Yemberzalwari in Sopore town.

Mahakumbh begins with first holy bath today
Allahabad, January 13
An elephant greets devotees at the Sangam ahead of the Mahakumbh in Allahabad on SundayGrand preparations are in place to host the world's largest human gathering, which will converge on the banks of the Ganga, on the occasion of Mahakumbh.
A Jumbo blessing: An elephant greets devotees at the Sangam ahead of the Mahakumbh in Allahabad on Sunday. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal

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