Thursday, May 2, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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Sarabjit will be given state funeral: Badal...more
India asks Pak to punish Sarabjit's attackers...more
 PM condoles Sarabjit’s death...more
 Sarabjit's sister accuses Pak of backstabbing India...more
Parliament shocked at Sarabjit’s death...more
 Sajjan Kumar acquittal: Sikhs protest outside Sonia's house...more

 5.8-quake jolts North; 1 dead in J-K
25 children among 58 hurt in Doda, Bhaderwah
Epicentre on J&K-HP border
Patients outside sub-district hospital at Bhaderwah after the quake on Wednesday.
Doda, May 1
An elderly shepherd was killed today and at least 58 persons, including 25 children, were injured after a moderate-intensity earthquake — with epicentre on the Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh border — jolted the region.

Patients outside sub-district hospital at Bhaderwah after the quake on Wednesday. A Tribune photograph

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Send Sarabjit to 3rd country for treatment: India to Pak
Prisoner in ‘non-reversible’ coma
Nod to daily consular access
New Delhi/Lahore, May 1
New Delhi on Wednesday asked Pakistan to release Indian death row prisoner Sarabjit Singh on “humanitarian and sympathetic grounds” for best available treatment hours after he was said to have slipped into a "non-reversible" coma at a Lahore hospital.

Family returns, flays govt over ‘inaction’
Attari (Amritsar), May 1
Sarabjit's sister Dalbir Kaur speaks to mediapersons at Attari border on Wednesday Angry and upset, Sarabjit Singh's family returned from Pakistan on Wednesday afternoon and hit out at the Indian Government for “letting them down and failing to do enough” to save the Indian death row prisoner.

Sarabjit's sister Dalbir Kaur speaks to mediapersons at Attari border on Wednesday. Photo: Sameer Sehgal

Big protest against Sajjan’s acquittal
Protesters stop a Metro train at Tilak Nagar station in New Delhi on Wednesday.New Delhi, May 1
A large number of Sikhs staged a massive protest in the West Delhi area of Tilak Nagar and Subhash Nagar to express their anger over the acquittal of Sajjan Kumar by a city court in one of the anti-Sikh riots cases of 1984. The protest was held under the banner of Delhi Gurdwara Management Committee.

Protesters stop a Metro train at Tilak Nagar station in New Delhi on Wednesday. Tribune photo


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PUNJAB: Will make books more colourful: School board

HARYANA: Rahul Gandhi to visit Panchkula on May 8

J&KWarring Cong leaders told to go with Soz’s decision

HIMACHAL: Govt committed to labourers’ welfare: CM

CHANDIGARH: HC stays framing of charges

LUDHIANA: 9 commercial establishments in spot

DELHI: Pay more for auto, taxi ride
BUSINESS: RBI may sweeten rate cut with lower cash reserve ratio
OPINIONS: Sajjan Kumar’s acquittal

NATION: Cong lambasts Sushma for targeting Sonia

SPORTS: Sunrisers put Mumbai in the shade
WORLD: Kayani: Army to extend full cooperation to poll


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China standoff: Army Chief briefs Cabinet panel on security
New Delhi, May 1
Gen Bikram SinghIndian Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh presented a “factual status report” on Chinese incursion to the Cabinet Committee on Security headed by the Prime Minister today. He suggested various options to the government on resolving the issue, including aggressive use of force. This reportedly includes options such as cutting off Chinese supply lines in the area.


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