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Monday, January 21, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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 SC to hear plea of gang-rape accused on shifting trial...more
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Rahul takes centrestage in Congress
Presses for discipline, accountability & decentralisation of power in maiden speech as party V-P
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi at the AICC session in Jaipur on Sunday.Jaipur, January 20
A generational change occurred today in the Indian National Congress with a galaxy of seniors and next generation leaders witnessing the transition and reposing faith in Rahul Gandhi as the party’s new vice-president at the All-India Congress Committee session here.

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi at the AICC session in Jaipur on Sunday. — AFP

Need better communication plan: PM
Shinde accuses BJP, RSS of fanning Hindu terror

Party sets the 2014 poll agenda with ambitious wish list
Jaipur, January 20
The Congress today recommitted itself to representing the country’s “middle ground” and rejected the “outdated ideologies and obscurantist” philosophies of Opposition parties and promised to approach people on the basis of performance, stability and good governance.

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‘My mother came to my room and cried’
Jaipur, January 20
Acknowledging that the party bestowed a “huge honour” in appointing Rahul Gandhi embraces his mother in Jaipur on Sunday. him the vice-president, Rahul Gandhi today laid bare his inner feelings, confessing that while everyone was congratulating him on his elevation, his mother and Congress president Sonia Gandhi cried last night.

Rahul Gandhi embraces his mother in Jaipur on Sunday. — PTI 

French Prez coming in Feb; Rafale, N-deals top agenda
New Delhi, January 20
New Delhi is keenly awaiting French President Francois Hollande’s maiden visit to India. India and France are discussing some big-ticket deals to make the maiden visit of French President Francois Hollande to India next month a truly memorable one. Top officials of the two countries are busy holding diplomatic talks to explore the possibility of signing agreements for French Rafale fighter jets for India and French nuclear giant Areva building two nuclear power reactors at Jaitapur in Maharashtra.
New Delhi is keenly awaiting French President Francois Hollande’s maiden visit to India. — Reuters


PUNJAB: Another chapter of 1857 uprising unfolds

HARYANA: Mewat shame: Minor sexually assaulted

J&KTo check pollution, MLAs go on study tours

HIMACHAL: Tourists say they are being fleeced by hoteliers

CHANDIGARH: Kidnapped girl recovered from jind

LUDHIANA: Work on widening of road begins

DELHI: Brrrr! Cold winds sweep city again
BUSINESS: Reliance cancels US lobbying registration
OPINIONS: Of laggards & performers

NATION: PM laments Cong’s communication plan

SPORTS: Pacers likely to call shots in Mohali
WORLD: Syria oppn, backers to meet in Paris


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India to ramp up surveillance along LoC
Human intelligence to play a bigger role backed with top-line equipment
New Delhi, January 20
Almost two weeks after tensions escalated along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir, India will ramp up its surveillance network by adding more gadgetry and by having more robust human intelligence network that will provide timely information on any such development on the Pakistani side along the LoC.

Obama sworn in for second term
US President will take oath again in a public event today
Washington, January 20
President Barack Obama took the official oath for his second term on Sunday at the White House in a small, private ceremony that set a more subdued tone compared to the historic start of his presidency four years ago.
(Details on WORLD page)

Special to the tribune
India-born arrivals set to dominate British-Sikh community in UK
The British-Sikh community may once again be dominated by India-born arrivals, reversing the trend of a decade earlier when 56 per cent were born in the UK. The new statistics, based on recently released Census 2011 data, have profound implications for the future of the British-Sikh community, majority of which, only a decade earlier, was UK-born. 


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