Tuesday, April 23, 2013, Chandigarh, India
Edition update time 2:30 am (IST)

Delhi rape stalls Parliament
Prime Minister’s appeal for calm goes unheeded y Both Houses repeatedly adjourned 
New Delhi, April 22
The budget session of Parliament resumed on a stormy note today with members in both Houses disrupting proceedings over a series of issues, including the increasing incidents of crime against women, the leakage of the JPC report on the coal scam, the recent heckling of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in the Capital, alleged human rights violations in West Bengal and the demand for a separate Telangana state.

2nd accused held, confesses to crime
201 rape cases in state in 3 months (Punjab page)
Distressed over girl's kidnapping & rape, poor family consumes poison (Haryana page)

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Chinese incursion: Army rushes troops to Ladakh 
Beijing says its soldiers patrolled the Chinese side of LAC without ‘trespassing’ it 
New Delhi, April 22
In what could be seen as an escalation of tension between India and China on the icy heights of northern Ladakh, the Indian Army has rushed a contingent of 60 troops to the area. Ladakh Scouts men are now in an eyeball-to-eyeball situation with the Chinese east of Daulat Beg Oldie — the highest advanced landing ground (ALG) close to the Karakoram pass. The men have been tasked to keep a watch on the Chinese. So far, Beijing has not responded to the Indian message for conducting a second flag meeting after talks at the first one failed.

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Inmate’s death sparks arson, rioting in Faridkot prison
Over 10 officials hurt y Record room, canteen set
A portion of the burnt-down Faridkot jail. Tribune photo ablaze
Faridkot, April 22
Over 1,800 prisoners lodged in the Model Jail today indulged in rioting and arson over the death of an inmate, a third in the past fortnight. 

A portion of the burnt-down Faridkot jail. Tribune photo

Vadra-DLF deal fallout: Mutation work halts in many districts
Chandigarh, April 22
Six months after the Robert Vadra-DLF controversy rocked Haryana, its reverberations linger on: Land mutation work has come to a virtual standstill in a few districts. This has a direct bearing on the property entitlement in the state.
Sources said mutation proceedings are on in 49 estates across the state where mutations are either being sanctioned "as per provisions" or are held up since the controversy. 


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PUNJAB: Identify unsafe govt school buildings: HC 

HARYANA: Hooda pipped Bhajan to CM’s post as Cong wanted clean image: Wikileaks

J&KHouse panel begins probe into Rs 300-cr JAKFED scam

HIMACHAL: BJP executive meeting ends on lacklustre note

CHANDIGARH: Assailants leave a bloody trail at fuel station

LUDHIANA: Rs 27 lakh robbery that wasn't

DELHI: Rape rage: Protestors clash with cops
OPINIONS: Masters, not servants

NATION: BJP moves privilege motion against Chacko

BUSINESS: Stocks soar to 1-month high; interest rate cut hopes aid
SPORTS: CSK steal Watto’s Lotto
WORLD: Interim government not keen to try Musharraf for treason




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Akhilesh meets Jayalalithaa in Chennai, pitches for Third Front
Chennai, April 22
Continuing his party's efforts to drum up support for formation of a Third Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa and her Uttar Pradesh counterpart Akhilesh Yadav in Chennai on Monday. — PTI Front at the national level, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today charged the UPA government with not cooperating with his government.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa and her Uttar Pradesh counterpart Akhilesh Yadav in Chennai on Monday. — PTI

JPC report leak on 2g
BJP moves privilege motion against Chacko

New Delhi, April 22
Spelling more trouble for the ruling dispensation, the BJP today gave notice for moving a breach of privilege motion in both Houses against Joint Parliamentary Committee Chairperson PC Chacko for the leakage of the panel’s report on the 2G spectrum allocation issue.
(Details on Nation page)

North Indians at higher risk of bleeding: Study
New Delhi, April 22
North Indians are at a much higher risk of bleeding caused by improper administration of anticoagulant drugs than South Indians and must be given the medicine in lesser dosages than standard.


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