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Sarabjit gets a hero’s send-off
Bhikhiwind (Tarn Taran), May 3
Thousands bade a tearful adieu to Sarabjit Singh who was cremated with full state honours at his native village in Tarn Taran today.

Hundreds of people gather for Sarabjit Singh’s funeral in Bhikhiwind near Amritsar on Friday.
Hundreds of people gather for Sarabjit Singh’s funeral in Bhikhiwind near Amritsar on Friday. Photo: Sameer Sehgal
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(PUNJAB PAGE) Mourners from far-off places throng Bhikhiwind
Security in Ferozepur jail up; spy Raza Ullah lodged there

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Pak prisoner assaulted in Jammu jail; slips into coma
Jail superintendent, warden suspended; probe ordered
Jammu, May 3
A day after Indian Injured Sanaullah Ranjay being shifted to the ICU of a Jammu hospital on Friday. convict Sarabjit Singh died after a brutal attack by fellow inmates in a Lahore prison, a convicted Pakistani national lodged in a jail on the outskirts of Jammu was critically injured in an attack by a fellow prisoner on Friday morning.
Injured Sanaullah Ranjay being shifted to the ICU of a Jammu hospital on Friday. Tribune photo: Inderjeet Singh

India regrets attack, but turns down Pak repatriation request
New Delhi, May 3
India tonight politely turned down Pakistan’s request to repatriate its prisoner Sanaullah Ranjay, who received serious injuries after being attacked by a co-inmate in a Jammu jail, pointing out that he was receiving the best medical treatment in India. 

Railway Minister’s nephew held taking Rs 90-lakh bribe
New Delhi/Chandigarh, May 3
The CBI team at Sector 28 residence of Vijay Singla in Chandigarh on Friday. In a sensational case of alleged bribery for fixing a top-level position in the government, Railway Minister PK Bansal's nephew was arrested today by the CBI which also held Mahesh Kumar, a member of the Railway Board.
The CBI team at Sector 28 residence of Vijay Singla in Chandigarh on Friday. Tribune photo: Manoj Mahajan


PUNJAB: Mourners from far-off places throng Bhikhiwind

HARYANA: 20 IPS, 67 HPS officers shifted

J&KSpotlight back on Kot Bhalwal

HIMACHAL: Crime vulnerability mapping on

CHANDIGARH: 4 from tricity make it to top 100 

LUDHIANA: Firm lifting sand with garbage: Residents

DELHI: Tihar inmate killed in group clash
BUSINESS: RBI cuts repo rate by 25 bps, warns of little room for more
OPINIONS: Growth vs inflation

NATION: China on mind, Navy to double its air fleet

SPORTS: Opening dilemma hits CT squad selection
WORLD: Bilawal leaves Pak, not to return before poll day

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Khurshid’s China visit fixed, but doubts persist
New Delhi, May 3
Amid the border stand-off in the Ladakh region, Indian officials today insisted the two-day China visit of External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid on May 9 was very much on. Yet there were reports saying his visit could be doubtful.

Chit fund: HC adjourns hearing on PILs seeking CBI probe
Kolkata, May 3
The Calcutta High Court today adjourned the hearing on PILs seeking CBI investigation into the multi-crore chit fund scam till Wednesday. A division bench comprising Chief Justice Arun Mishra and Justice Joymalyo Bagchi adjourned the hearing after considering that four petitions had been filed seeking CBI probe and that the state government had filed its affidavit in connection with the first petition alone.

Bhutto murder case prosecutor shot dead
The main state prosecutor in the Benazir Bhutto assassination and 26/11 Mumbai terrorist attack cases, Chaudhry Zulfiqar, was shot by unidentified assailants on Friday morning.
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SC clears TV serial on Chautala with rider
New Delhi, May 3
Supreme Court today cleared the telecast of a serial based on former Haryana Chief Minister OP Chautala’s conviction for his role in the 1999-2000 teachers recruitment scam, but said the television channel should clarify that the serial had nothing to do with the case or any real-life character.



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