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Govt clears partial sugar decontrol
Says decision won’t have any effect on retail prices
New Delhi, April 4
Acting on recommendations of the Rangarajan Committee, the government tonight allowed sugar mills to sell their produce in the open market. The mills have been unshackled from the obligation of supplying the sweetener at subsidised rates for ration shops. The move may turn out to be a win-win situation for all, including the end consumer.

Rahul opens up to India, talks of change
Spells out his vision before India Inc: Focus on inclusive growth
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi at the CII plenary session in New Delhi on ThursdayNew Delhi, April 4
In his first major interaction with Corporate India, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi positioned himself as an agent of change.

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi at the CII plenary session in New Delhi on Thursday. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal

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Drug probe widens, police on boxers’ trail
Ram Singh being produced in a Fatehgarh Sahib court on ThursdayChandigarh, April 4
The Punjab Police has widened its probe against international boxers accused of consuming heroin following a drug seizure in Zirakpur last month.
Ram Singh being produced in a Fatehgarh Sahib court on Thursday. A Tribune photograph

Punjab page: Ram Singh was kept in police custody illegally, claims his wife

NIA indicts Jundal for Mumbai attacks
New Delhi, April 4
Abu Jundal The National Investigation Agency (NIA) today charge-sheeted Abu Jundal, one of the masterminds of the Mumbai terror attacks, accusing him of recruiting men for the Pakistan-based terror outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT).
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Tarn Taran brutality: SC rejects report giving clean chit to cops
Says it’s thoroughly misleading Slams Punjab Govt, police Orders security for victim, family
New Delhi, April 4
The Supreme Court today rejected the Tarn Taran District Magistrate’s (DM) probe report giving a clean chit to the policemen involved in thrashing a 22-year-old girl on March 3 and directed the Chandigarh Administration to provide security to her and her family members.


PUNJAB: In Punjab, no property tax on small houses

HARYANA: Anna Hazare urges Kejriwal to end fast

J&K9 kids die as school bus rolls into gorge

HIMACHAL: Luhri project gets stage-I clearance from Centre

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LUDHIANA: Woman dies undergoing treatment at hospital

DELHI: Restaurant fire claims two lives
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Kachroo ragging death: HC upholds 4-yr RI
Shimla, April 4
The Himachal Pradesh High Court today upheld the sentence awarded to four accused by the Dharamshala Additional District and Sessions Judge in the Aman Kachroo ragging death case.
All the four accused — Ajay Verma, Naveen Verma, Abhinav Verma and Mukul Sharma — had been sentenced to four-year rigorous imprisonment.

Unauthorised building collapses in Thane; 6 die
Thane, April 4
At least six persons, including a pregnant woman, were killed and 20 others injured when a building under construction collapsed in the Shil Phata area of the city this evening, the police said. A massive rescue operation was under way and bodies of five men and a pregnant woman had been recovered from the debris by late evening, they said. (Detail on naTion page)

Haryana IAS officer Khemka shifted, 44th transfer in 20 years
Chandigarh, April 4
Ashok KhemkaWhistleblower IAS officer Ashok Khemka, who brought land deals of UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi's businessman son-in-law Robert Vadra under a scanner last year, was again shunted out by the Haryana Government to an inconsequential post.
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