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Anti-Sikh riots: Court orders reopening of case against Tytler...more
 Mamata says Delhi is not safe, returns to Kolkata...more
 Minor rape victim’s detention: SC takes suo motu cognisance...more
Manmohan Singh arrives in Berlin...more
 Train derails near Chennai; 1 killed, 33 injured...more

Land Bill logjam persists, fresh meet on April 18
New Delhi, April 9
Villagers protest against land acquisition near Faridabad. To speed up the process of consultations on the controversial Land Acquisition Bill and enact it in the current session of Parliament, the Centre today asked political parties to send in their suggestions by April 15.
Villagers protest against land acquisition near Faridabad. A file photo

Lt Col among 5 troopers killed in S Sudan
Rebels ambush UN peacekeeping team led by officer from Haryana
New Delhi, April 9
Five Indian Army soldiers, including a Lieutenant Colonel from Haryana, were killed in a gunfight with armed rebels in South Sudan, Africa, on Tuesday. Five others, including an officer, have been injured. 

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Goa conclave ends with concerns over dist-level graft, red tape
Sukhbir for tech support, hiring outside talent; MLAs to give 3 ideas each
Fort Aguada, April 9
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal with his Goa counterpart Manohar Parrikar (2L) and other senior Akali leaders at Panaji on Tuesday. The two-day SAD-BJP “Vichar Manthan” ended today with legislators unanimously pointing towards sluggish delivery system and rising corruption at the district level.

Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal with his Goa counterpart Manohar Parrikar (2L) and other senior Akali leaders at Panaji on Tuesday. A Tribune photograph

Man shot dead in Faridkot hospital after group clash
Six supporters of rival Akali leaders injured
Faridkot, April 9
An injured Akali activist admitted to Guru Gobind Singh Medical College and Hospital, Faridkot, after a clash on Tuesday.One person was killed and six others seriously injured when two groups owing allegiance to rival SAD leaders clashed in the Jaitu area of Faridkot this evening.

An injured Akali activist admitted to Guru Gobind Singh Medical College and Hospital, Faridkot, after a clash on Tuesday. A Tribune photograph

Police says son, aide plotted realtor Bhardwaj’s murder
New Delhi, April 9
Two weeks after the sensational murder of real estate tycoon and BSP leader Deepak Bhardwaj, the Delhi Police today announced the arrest of his estranged younger son Nitesh and close aide Baljeet Singh Sherawat for allegedly plotting the crime.


PUNJAB: Once opposed to Goa conclave, CM now its strongest votary

HARYANA: Arya Samajis, ashram men clash in Rohtak village

J&KNC-Congress differences come to the fore at Cabinet meeting

HIMACHAL: Despite vacancies, varsity seats up

CHANDIGARH: Man, daughter attacked in broad daylight

LUDHIANA: MC’s multi-level parking in a state of neglect

DELHI: Two power cos merge into single unit
BUSINESS: Markets tumble to 7-month low
OPINIONS: Modi and women

NATION: In Mamata land, Modi lambasts UPA Govt

SPORTS: Kohli guides RCB to emphatic win
WORLD: Pak SC rejects Musharraf’s arrest in treason case




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HP ministers, MLAs will have to wait for pay hike
Shimla, April 9
Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh today sprung a surprise in the Assembly when he announced that the government had decided to withdraw tabling of four Bills pertaining to enhancement in salaries of ministers, Speaker, Deputy Speaker, parliamentary secretaries and legislators.

In Mamta land, Modi lambasts UPA Govt
Kolkata, April 9
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today lashed out at the UPA, accusing it of ruining the nation. He charged that Manmohan Singh government was partial, favouring the Congress-ruled states and denying Gujarat, West Bengal and other non-UPA states of their legitimate rights.
(Details on NATION page)

Pak SC rejects Musharraf’s arrest in treason case
The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected the request seeking the arrest of former military ruler Gen Pervez Musharraf.
(Details on WORLD page)

J&K Govt to bring ordinance for laying Bathinda-Srinagar gas pipeline
Cabinet gives its nod to draft legislation for 750-km-long project; will now be sent for Governor’s approval
Jammu, April 9
After failing to introduce a Bill in the recently concluded Budget Session of Legislative Assembly, the state government would bring an ordinance to facilitate the laying of 750-km-long gas pipeline from Bathinda to Srinagar, via Jammu. 


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