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Wednesday, January 23, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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 Failure of governance root cause of crime against women: Verma panel ...more
 CBI raid at dental colleges, houses of Dental Council members...more
Rajnath Singh is new BJP president...more 
 Headley to be sentenced tomorrow
 Missing Indian in Britain found dead...more

10-year jail for Chautala, son in teachers’ job scam
Court rejects INLD chief’s plea for leniency in view of his age & health 
Supporters clash with police outside Delhi court after sentencing
New Delhi, January 22
In a major blow to the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), a CBI court today sentenced its chief Om Prakash Chautala and his son Ajay Chautala to 10-year imprisonment for corruption, cheating and forgery in the recruitment of 3,032 junior basic trained (JBT) teachers in Haryana in 1999-2000 when Chautala was the Chief Minister.

Haryana page: Chautalas, Badshami have 3 months to file appeal
Haryana page: INLD plans protest on Jan 25
Haryana page: HJC-BJP upbeat, Congress subdued
INLD supporters protest against the verdict outside a Delhi court on Tuesday. INLD supporters protest against the verdict outside a Delhi court on Tuesday. Tribune photo: Manas Ranjan Bhui

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Gadkari opts out, Rajnath emerges consensus choice for party chief
New Delhi, January 22
Rajnath Singh tonight emerged as the consensus candidate to be the next president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) with incumbent Nitin Gadkari opting out from seeking a second term.

I-T dept raids firms linked to Gadkari
Mumbai, January 22
Bharatiya Janata Party president Nitin Gadkari, who is angling for a second term, sounded defiant today as the Income Tax Department conducted searches on eight companies linked to him.
(Details on Nation page)

India-Lanka sign pacts to avoid double taxation, combat terror
New Delhi, January 22
India today impressed upon Sri Lanka the need to do more to rehabilitate the Tamils displaced due to the prolonged conflict in the island nation as the two countries signed accords on combating international terrorism and drug trafficking and avoidance of double taxation.
External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid with his Sri Lankan counterpart GL Peiris in New Delhi on Tuesday. External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid with his Sri Lankan counterpart GL Peiris in New Delhi on Tuesday. A Tribune photo


PUNJAB: Parties all out to woo 1984 riot victims

HARYANA: Chautalas, Badshami have 3 months to file appeal

J&KTrade can’t resume till LoC situation turns normal: PoK

HIMACHAL: Tourist arrival declines for 3rd yr'

CHANDIGARH: Tailor charred to death

LUDHIANA: Mother, son crushed to death

DELHI: Schoolgirl killed
BUSINESS: FM seeks to reassure foreign investors
OPINIONS: Terrorists have no religion

NATION: I-T dept raids firms linked to Gadkari

SPORTS: Home away from home for England
WORLD: High turnout in Israeli poll, Netanyahu set for third term


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Delhi’s shame
Verma panel for umbrella law on sexual assault
To submit report today Will recommend a comprehensive criminal law amendment Bill
New Delhi, January 22
Set up to review current laws on aggravated sexual assault following the brutal gang rape of a young girl in Delhi on December 16 last year, the Justice JS Verma Commission will submit its report to the government tomorrow. It will also make the report public.

Can Muslim cops sport beard? SC to decide
New Delhi, January 22
The Supreme Court today said it would go into the Constitutional validity of a policy against allowing Muslim policemen to sport a beard.

India, Pak clash over UN Military Group in Kashmir
New Delhi, January 22
Days after it talked about bilateralism in India-Pakistan ties, Islamabad again sought to internationalise the Kashmir issue by highlighting the role of the UN Military Observers’ Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) along the LoC, provoking New Delhi to question the very relevance and need for the mission in times of austerity.

J&K page: UN has failed to ensure sanctity of LoC: Omar
J&K page: Trade can’t resume till LoC situation turns normal: PoK




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