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Thursday, January 17, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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Chautala, son convicted, held in teachers’ recruitment scam
* Sentencing on Jan 22
* Two IAS officers among 55 guilty
New Delhi, January 16
A CBI court today convicted Haryana former Chief Minister OP Chautala and his son Ajay for corruption, cheating and forgery in the recruitment of 3,032 junior basic trained (JBT) teachers in 1999-2000 during his term as the Chief Minister and sent to Tihar Jail.

INLD supremo OP Chautala being taken to jail after the verdict on Wednesday.

INLD supremo OP Chautala being taken to jail after the verdict on Wednesday

Haryana page: Lone heroine against 55 ‘villains’
Bhajan, Bansi, Hooda too faced job scams
Chautalas can stay as MLAs, but political future is uncertain
Editorial: Chautala hits a wall

Conviction to alter political scene in Haryana
Chandigarh, January 16
The conviction of Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) supremo and former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala and his MLA-son Ajay Chautala by a CBI court has come at a time when the state is in poll mode in preparation for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

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DGMOs of India, Pakistan agree to de-escalate tension
New Delhi, January 16
A day after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh toughened his stand on the recent killing of Indian soldiers by Pakistan, the Director Generals of Military Operations (DGMO) of India and Pakistan today spoke over the hotline about de-escalating tension and maintaining peace along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. “Pakistan DGMO Maj Gen Ashfaq Nadeem informed his counterpart Lt Gen Vinod Bhatia that instructions have been issued to Pakistani troops to observe the 2003 ceasefire and exercise restraint,” top sources in the Indian military establishment confirmed tonight.

Nation page: At UN, India slams Pak for promoting terror
Indian troops did not cross LoC: Gen
Criticism spurred PM’s tough talk

Pak issues arrest warrant against Qadri
Islamabad/Lahore, Jan 16
An arrest warrant  has been issued against the fiery cleric Allama Tahirul Qadri, who is leading thousands of supporters in a protest demanding the ouster of the Pakistan government, after the police here registered a case against him. A case was registered against Qadri and over 70 unidentified persons at the Kohsar police station for attacking police officials at the venue of the protest in Islamabad.
(Details on World page)


PUNJAB: Daily hearing in Faridkot abduction case begins

HARYANA: Lone heroine against 55 ‘villains’

J&KCabinet reshuffle brings Cong fissures to the fore

HIMACHAL: Plea to save hot spring baths

CHANDIGARH: Parents threatened

LUDHIANA: MC seals two mobile towers

DELHI: Jantar Mantar resonates with death demand
BUSINESS: Punjab seeks one-time grant of Rs 5,000 crore
OPINIONS: Chautala hits a wall

NATION: At UN, India slams Pak for promoting terror

SPORTS: Sachin, Nayar rescue Mumbai after bad start
WORLD: Pak issues arrest warrant against Qadri


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Himachal Cong suspends Doon MLA
Ram KumarShimla, January 16
Himachal Pradesh Congress Comittee chief Sukhwinder Singh today suspended newly elected Doon MLA Ram Kumar from the primary membership of the party for his alleged involvement in the Jyoti murder case. The MLA has also been sacked from the post of PCC general secretary. Ram Kumar was elected only recently and had not even taken oath as an MLA.

Special to the tribune
UK has its own tale of sex, torture and violence
Six girls faced 'horrific abuse' from accused who showed 'little or no human decency'
As India struggles to come to terms with the gang rape, torture and death of a physiotherapist in New Delhi last month and other cases, Britain is facing its own terrible tale of sex, torture and violence involving six young English girls from Oxford. Details of what happened to the girls, some as young as 11, are starting to emerge at the London court trial of nine men, seven Pakistanis and two North Africans, who are accused of "little or no human decency" in targeting, corrupting and exploiting the girls.


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