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Chinese incursion a localised problem, can be resolved: PM...more
Sarabjit Singh continues to be in coma...more
 Govt announces multi-agency probe into money-pooling frauds...more
 Coal scam: No question of Law Minister resigning, says PM...more
 Akhilesh Yadav cancels NY consulate reception...more

4 cops killed in Sopore ambush
Phone call lured policemen into trap Second big attack in Kashmir this year
Srinagar, April 26
 Paramilitary men inspect the spot were militants struck in Sopore on Friday. Four policemen were gunned down after they walked into a well-planned ambush near Sopore town in north Kashmir on Friday evening.

 Paramilitary men inspect the spot were militants struck in Sopore on Friday. Tribune photo: Amin War

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Met brings cheer, predicts normal monsoon this year
New Delhi, April 26
Farmers and administrators can heave a sigh of relief as the country is expected to receive “normal” rains for the fourth consecutive year “I have very good news for farmers as well as others.

CBI says it shared coal report with PMO, Law Minister; govt on defensive
New Delhi, April 26
In a major embarrassment to the Centre, CBI director Ranjit Sinha today told the Supreme Court that he had “shared” the agency’s March 8, 2013 probe report in the coal scam case with Law Minister Ashwani Kumar and senior officials of the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and the Coal Ministry “as desired by them” before giving it to the court.

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Sarabjit attacked in Pak jail; critical
Sarabjit Singh, currently on death row in Lahore’s Kot Lakhpat Jail, today suffered serious head injuries and was admitted to a hospital after he was attacked by two prisoners. Sarabjit, whose execution has been put off a number of times despite rejection of his mercy pleas, was kept in a death cell. He was brought out of the cell for a routine afternoon walk with other inmates of the same cell.

Oppn stalls Parliament over coal block, 2G
New Delhi, April 26
Main Opposition party BJP has refused to cooperate with the government in running the  Parliament unless its key demands - removal of Law Minister Ashwani Kumar over the CBI disclosure in coal block case and rejection of PC Chacko’s draft 2G spectrum report - are agreed to.
(Details on NATION page)

Boycott poll, Taliban tell voters
Islamabad, April 26
The banned Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan has distributed pamphlets in several Pakistani cities, including Peshawar and Karachi, warning people not to participate in next month's landmark general election. Leaflets distributed in several areas of Karachi, the country's largest city, threatened people not to attend political rallies or cast their votes, Dawn News channel reported.
(Details on WORLD page)


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PUNJAB: HC: Stop salaries of staff not vacating govt houses

HARYANA: Civic poll: BJP to fight on its symbol

J&KOnly 170 fire stations for 1.25 crore people

HIMACHAL:Reconstitution of state Congress on cards

CHANDIGARH: Tata Camelot project opposed

LUDHIANA: Mosquitoes fail to wake up civic body

DELHI: Class 12 student found dead
BUSINESS: ICICI Bank Q4 net rises 21%, proposes 200% FY13 dividend
OPINIONS: Direct payments

NATION: Oppn stalls Parliament over coal block, 2G

SPORTS: Sayonara to Saina’s nemesis
WORLD:  Boycott poll, Taliban tell voters




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Standoff with China in northern Ladakh
India looking to secure other sensitive stretches along LAC
New Delhi, April 26
Ten days into the military stand-off in northern Ladakh, following a VHP activists burn a Chinese flag as they protest against the country’s intrusion into Indian territory, in Allahabad on Friday.Chinese intrusion across the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the top brass of the Ministry of Defence and the Indian Army today chalked out plans and a strategy on other “sensitive stretches” of the LAC.
VHP activists burn a Chinese flag as they protest against the country’s intrusion into Indian territory, in Allahabad on Friday. — AFP

SC clears release of ‘Sadda Haq
New Delhi, April 26
The Supreme Court today cleared the release of Punjabi movie Sadda Haq (Our Rights) in Punjab, Chandigarh and Delhi on the recommendations of a four-member panel of senior advocates that watched it at a special screening in the court complex.



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