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Tuesday, February 12, 2013, Chandigarh, India
Edition update time 2:30 am (IST)

Latest news, updated at 11:30 am

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Allahabad stampede toll 36; chaos at hospitals
Victims’ angry relatives mob officials; probe report in a month
Family members mourn the death of their relatives in the Allahabad railway station stampede, on Monday.
Lucknow, February 11
Frantic relatives today mobbed officials seeking information about victims of yesterday’s stampede which has claimed 36 lives even as the railways had a tough time dealing with the rush of three crore Kumbh devotees thronging the city.

Family members mourn the death of their relatives in the Allahabad railway station stampede, on Monday. — PTI

Editorial: Tragedy at Kumbh
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Authorities look for answers
Who’s to blame for Allahabad stampede?

Defuse tension, Omar tells his ministers
Valley under curfew for third day in row
Jammu/Srinagar, February 11
Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has directed his ministers, especially those belonging to the National Conference, to rush to their home districts in the Valley and keep close tabs on the overall situation in the wake of the prevailing unrest triggered by execution of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru.

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Hanging apolitical, lawful: Shinde
New Delhi, February 11
Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde today defended the haste and secrecy behind Afzal Guru’s hanging saying “it is not a political decision and is according to the law”.

Change mindset, treat women with respect, says President
New Delhi, February 11
The overhang of the brutal Delhi gang rape was felt at the Governors’ Conference here today with President Pranab Mukherjee underscoring the need to bring a change in the mindset of the society so that women are treated with dignity and respect.

President Pranab Mukherjee at the Governors’ Conference in New Delhi on Monday.
President Pranab Mukherjee at the Governors’ Conference in New Delhi on Monday. A Tribune photograph


PUNJAB: Priceless possessions left to decay in neglected forts

HARYANA: Cop booked on rape charge

J&KClashes toll mounts to 3 on third day of curfew

HIMACHAL: Cong rebels get the boot

CHANDIGARH: Chlorine leak claims life

LUDHIANA: Major fire in hosiery unit

DELHI: N. Corporation budget focuses on women’s safety
BUSINESS: Rs 25,000 cr additional subsidy for fuel retailers
OPINIONS: Tragedy at Kumbh

NATION: Ahmedabad blast accused ‘dig up’ 26-ft tunnel in jail

SPORTS: ‘Don’t want to waste chances like last time’
WORLD: US starts troop pullout from Kabul


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Pak-based hawala racket busted
Dehradun, February 11
The Roorkee police has arrested an important member of a gang being operated from Pakistan that was involved in flushing out Indian currency, running into crores, through hawala every week to Pakistan.

Pope Benedict to step down, cites frailty
First pontiff to bow out since the Middle Ages
Will resign on Feb 28
Rome, February 11
Pope Benedict surprised the world today by saying he no longer had the mental and physical strength to cope with the demands of his ministry, becoming the first pontiff to step down since the Middle Ages and leaving his aides “incredulous”.

17 Indians in UAE murder case on way home
Chandigarh/Dubai, February 11
Families of all 17 Indian boys — 16 from Punjab and one from Haryana — heaved a sigh of relief today as their wards finally got the “deportation orders” from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) judiciary.

FREEDOM AT LAST: The youths with businessman SPS Oberoi (C) at Dubai airport shortly before their flight on Monday night.





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