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No plan to shift Sarabjit Singh abroad: Pak...more
Oppn agrees to allow financial business in Parliament tomorrow...more
 Mulayam says China is our biggest enemy, criticises UPA govt for 'doing nothing...more
 Bad governance slackened Karnataka's growth: PM...more
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 Family visits Sarabjit, doctors see slim hope
Pak restricts consular access, doctors say 49-year-old has suffered grievous head injuries
Amritsar/Lahore/Islamabad, April 28
Pakistani doctors treating a comatose Sarabjit Singh in a Lahore hospital today said there was no improvement in his condition and chances of his survival were "slim" even as his distraught family visited him and demanded that he be sent to India for better treatment. India sought “regular consular access” to Sarabjit after Pakistani authorities imposed restrictions on meeting him.

Dalbir Kaur (right), sister of Sarabjit Singh, arrives to visit him at a hospital in Lahore on Sunday. — AP/PTI

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Oppn to raise pitch for Ashwani’s ouster in & outside House
BJP calls for dharna in state capitals
New Delhi, April 28
The BJP-led Opposition threat of agitation provided no comfort to the Manmohan Singh government as the party announced a two-day dharna this weekend across state capitals against the “massive corruption and its cover up” and promised to continue raising it in Parliament and with the people.

SAD gears up for battle against wealth tax
Former CM Amarinder also jumps in, says will ensure the tax is withdrawn
Chandigarh, April 28
The Punjab Government has initiated a two-pronged strategy to create a movement against wealth tax in the country as well as move an amendment on the Finance Bill 2013 to take agricultural land out of the ambit of the definition of urban lands.

J-K hospitals too purchased ‘fake’ drug
Srinagar, April 28
The ongoing investigation into the J&K drug scam has revealed that the spurious antibiotic drug, Maximizin-625, was supplied to two reputed hospitals of the state, which are under the control of Medical Education Ministry headed by senior Congress leader Taj Mohiuddin.

Willing to work with India to overcome differences: China
Beijing, April 28
China today took note of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's remarks over PLA's incursion into the Depsang Valley and said that it is willing to work with New Delhi to deal with differences while maintaining peace at borders and forging strategic cooperative partnership.

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PUNJAB: SGPC in a fix, SAD seeks answers

HARYANA: Police insensitivity again comes to fore

J&KPolice begins probe as ‘Hizb’ posters appear in Baramulla

HIMACHAL: Consider 272 rejected applicants, rules HC

CHANDIGARH: 3 students gangrape minor, held

LUDHIANA: Jobless linemen lay siege to minister’s house

DELHI: AAP gives 10.5 L protest letters to CM
BUSINESS: FinMin red-flags over 250 dubious financial transactions
OPINIONS: Respite for UPA

NATION: War of words on JPC draft report set to grow louder

SPORTS: Hussey leads Chennai’s charge
WORLD: Pak faces prospect of hung House


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India to push for early deal in N-energy with Russia
Moscow, April 28
India is expected to push for early closure of agreements on nuclear energy, fertilisers, banking and textiles sectors at the inter-governmental commission meeting with Russia here tomorrow.  Early agreements on these issues could pave way for key announcements in December when Prime Minister Manmohan Singh would travel to Moscow for his annual meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Haryana’s harsh reality: How a rape ruined a family
Bhairi Akbarpur (Hisar), Apr 28
Rape cases have nearly doubled in Haryana in the first three months of the year, according to government figures. Till March 31, 214 rape cases were reported as against 121 in the same period last year. Exactly a week ago, a family of five consumed poison in Bheri Akbarpur village, 50 km from Hisar.

Editorial: Death of a family
The room where the family consumed poison in Hisar’s Bhairi Akbarpur village.
The room where the family consumed poison in Hisar’s Bhairi Akbarpur village. Photo: Sushil Manav


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