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Sunday, February 10, 2013, Chandigarh, India
Edition update time 2:30 am (IST)

Latest news, updated at 5:00 pm

 Afzal Guru hanging: Curfew continues in Kashmir...more
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Parliament attack mastermind Afzal Guru hanged
Body buried in Delhi’s Tihar Jail after early morning execution
President had rejected his mercy plea on February 3
New Delhi, February 9
Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru was hanged to death in Tihar Jail here on Saturday morning, less than a week after President Pranab Mukherjee rejected his mercy plea.

Nation page: Security forces on high alert; Army keeping extra vigil along LoC
We weren’t informed about hanging, says Guru’s family

People hold placards of Afzal Guru after his hanging in Ahmedabad on Saturday. People hold placards of Afzal Guru after his hanging in Ahmedabad on Saturday. PTI

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‘We finally got justice today’
New Delhi, February 9
Family members of Parliament attack incident in December 2001 today heaved a sigh of relief after the convict Afzal Guru was hanged here today.

Govt plays it down, says it’s culmination of a case
New Delhi, February 9
Political parties across the spectrum today welcomed the hanging of Afzal Guru. Through the swiftness and secrecy around the timing of the execution, the UPA Government has sent a sharp yet subtle message about anti-terror stand.

Deft move by Cong to resurrect its image
New Delhi, February 9
A combination of factors appears to have prompted the Congress-led UPA government to go ahead with the hanging of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru this morning even though this case had been pending for several years.

Trial court to SC, judiciary had put Afzal Guru’s case on fast track
New Delhi, February 9
Right from the trial court to the Supreme Court, the judiciary had worked overtime to fast-track the case relating to the terror attack on Parliament on December 13, 2001, belying the public perception that it takes years to dispense justice.
(Details on Nation page)


PUNJAB: Sukhbir accepts Hooda’s offer of talks on water disputes

HARYANA: Fatehabad gang rape victim hangs herself

J&KAfzal Guru’s hanging puts Omar’s leadership to test again

HIMACHAL: Vigilance may probe chargesheet

CHANDIGARH: Terrorist lands in police net

LUDHIANA: Budha Nullah still a toxic vein of city

DELHI: Activists to campaign for universal pension
BUSINESS: Fertiliser subsidies likely to be cut by at least 15% next fiscal
OPINIONS: Translations of Bahadur Shah Zafar

NATION: Kasab, Guru hanging rings alarm bells for Sarabjit, Rajoana & Bhullar

SPORTS: After Rayudu’s ton, it’s just a matter of time
WORLD: US blizzard: 2 dead, lakhs without power


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Netizens pray for peace across Valley
Jammu, February 9
Even as security agencies have been maintaining a close watch at social networking sites after the execution of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru today morning, netizens in the state have resorted to a ‘fierce encounter’ on the Internet to put forth their views on the hanging and its impact on the fragile peace in the Valley.
(Details on J&K page)

Violence in Valley post-hanging, curfew imposed
36 persons wounded in day-long clashes between protesters and policemen at several places
Srinagar, February 9
The Kashmir Valley was put under indefinite curfew today and Internet services were snapped as precautionary measures by the state government apprehending a backlash after the hanging of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru.

Jammu and Kashmir page: Afzal Guru’s hanging puts Omar’s leadership to test again
BJP jubilant, Congress and NC react with caution
JKLF calls for four-day shutdown

CRPF soldiers stand guard on a deserted street in Srinagar during curfew on Saturday.
CRPF soldiers stand guard on a deserted street in Srinagar during curfew on Saturday. Photo by Yawar Kabli


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