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Thursday, February 7, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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Centre asks Maharashtra to act against
Togadia for ' hate speech'

 Child sex victims 'mistreated, humiliated' in India by authorities: Report
 GDP to grow at 5 pc in 2012-13: Govt...more
 Diesel under-recovery to end by mid-2015: Plan panel
Akhilesh Yadav expands Cabinet, includes party loyalists...more
RSS chief backs VHP’s resolution for building Ram temple...more
 3 held for online threats to all-girl rock band...more

Avalanches, snow batter Himachal tribal belt
Shimla, February 6
Heavy snow continued to pound the tribal belt and other higher reaches of Himachal Pradesh for the fourth consecutive day today with Kinnaur district witnessing a series of avalanches.

A man walks past snow covered vehicles in Shimla on Wednesday.
WHITE CLOAK: A man walks past snow covered vehicles in Shimla on Wednesday. PTI

J&K page: NH reopens for one-way traffic after two days

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Online petition wants Grand Mufti to quit
Srinagar, February 6
An online petition has been launched demanding that the Grand Mufti should step down as Kashmiri singers voiced support to the three teenage girls who were forced to disband their rock band amidst a controversy which pitched conservatives and the clergy against supporters of music. The petition has been launched by a UK-based Kashmiri student, Omar Bashir, who has asked Mohammad Bashiruddin to step down from the chair of Grand Mufti.

J&K page:
Jammu backs all-girl rock band, invites it to perform in city
Rock band issue generates debate in Kashmir
Two youths arrested for online abuse
Editorial: Food for fatwa

Chinese presence at Pak port a matter of concern: Antony
AK AntonyBangalore, February 6
Pakistan’s decision to hand over the strategic Gwadar port to China is a matter of “serious concern” for India, Defence Minister AK Antony said today. “Chinese are now constructing that port on Pakistan’s request. In one sentence, I can say that it is a matter of concern to us.


PUNJAB: Swine flu spreads tentacles in state

HARYANA: 3-storey school building collapses in Tohana

J&KNo time frame set for removal of AFSPA

HIMACHAL: Snow disrupts life in Kullu valley

CHANDIGARH: I-T officer took Rs 36 lakh as bribe from 50: CBI

LUDHIANA: Civic body’s efforts go astray

DELHI: ‘Go back Modi’, AISA protests his DU visit
BUSINESS: RBI panel proposes to set up gold bank
OPINIONS: Power sector woes

NATION: Work for Brand India: Modi to youth

SPORTS: Vijay’s ton leaves Rest assured vs Mumbai
WORLD: China radar-lock on Japan ship dangerous: PM Abe


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Swine flu spreads tentacles in state

Chandigarh, February 6
Worried over the rising number of deaths due to swine flu this year, Punjab has put a formal query to the National Centre for Disease Control on the possibility of a change in the causative virus.
(Details on Punjab page)

RBI panel proposes to set up gold bank
Mumbai, February 6
An RBI panel has revived the proposal of setting up a gold bank, or Bullion Corporation of India, to reduce imports of the metal - an idea mooted over two decades ago by the then Finance Minister Manmohan Singh.
(Details on Business page)

3 officers, 16 others in dock for fracas in armoured unit
Chandigarh, February 6
Over two-and-a-half years after an altercation between officers and jawans of an armoured regiment resulted in four young officers being assaulted, disciplinary proceedings in the matter continue to hang fire with the Army ordering recording of a fresh summary of evidence.

Investment scam: Sahara gets SC notice on SEBI’s contempt plea
New Delhi, February 6
The Supreme Court today issued notice to Sahara group on a contempt petition filed by market regulator SEBI contending that Sahara had failed to comply with the August 31, 2012 SC judgment.






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