Thursday, May 9, 2013, Chandigarh, India
Edition update time 2:30 am (IST)

Latest news, updated at 6:00 pm

Former Pak PM Gilani's son abducted from poll rally...more
Pak prisoner Sanaullah dies...more
Sanaullah's body to be handed over to Pak: Shinde...more
 SC dismisses Jagan Reddy's bail plea in illegal assets case...more
 SC's caged parrot remark is correct: CBI chief...more
Coalgate: CVC seeks report from CBI on govt interference in probe...more

Cong stages strong comeback in Karnataka
Wrests 121 seats out of 225
Ruling BJP loses only bastion in South
Big gain for JD (S)
Congress supporters celebrate after their party’s win in Bangalore.Bangalore, May 8
The Congress is set to form government in Karnataka as it secured a simple majority in the Assembly following the counting of the votes today. Polling was held on May 5.

Congress supporters celebrate after their party’s win in Bangalore. — PTI

Nation page: Kharge, Siddaramaiah in race for CM post
Vote against corruption

The Tribune


Patients from 35 Countries
Dr Sharma’s Clinic
Treating patients from all over the world with Homeopathy


Designing & Printing
Business Stationary
Brochure / Posters / Flyers. Booking of Newspaper Ads
Website Designing

Keep off CBI probe, SC tells Law Minister, PMO officials
New Delhi, May 8
Law Minister: Ashwani Kumar
The Supreme Court today took the CBI to task for changing the “heart” of the status report on its investigations into the coal scam at the instance of Law Minister Ashwani Kumar and one Joint Secretary each from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and the Coal Ministry, besides Attorney General GE Vahanvati. Law Minister: Ashwani Kumar

Punjab Youth Cong leader shot dead
Daughter of Congress leader Sukhraj Singh (R) in tears.Amritsar, May 8
Youth Congress president Sukhraj Singh (30) was shot dead by an Akali sarpanch and his men at Bhagopur in the Patti Assembly constituency of Tarn Taran today. The incident took place a day after senior Congress leader Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi’s PA was allegedly injured in an attack near Ferozepur by SAD workers.

Daughter of Congress leader Sukhraj Singh (inset) in tears. Tribune photo


PUNJAB: 1984 riots cases: Badal-led delegation meets Pranab

HARYANA: Uncle rapes woman in Gujarat

J&KJKSRTC buses making no profit

HIMACHAL: Cabinet to grant skill allowance to jobless youth

CHANDIGARH: On call of duty, cop finds wife, daughter dead

LUDHIANA: Kin bid tearful adieu to Sachin

DELHI: DU to have full-length paper on Ambedkar
BUSINESS: Sensex hits 20,000-level; HDFC, ITC lead 101-pt gain
OPINIONS: Vote against corruption

NATION: Budget session adjourned sine die

SPORTS: Kings’ power drive for women cut short
WORLD: With three vertebrae fractured, Imran advised 3-week rest


YEAREND SPECIAL: 2012 Year of survival
The tribune 130 years
a witness to history
book released by prime minister manmohan singh
Guide to best colleges
Results of Punjab Assembly Polls 2012






On Sundays

On Saturdays

Ferozepur Clash
SIT to probe attack on Cong MLA
Ferozepur, May 8
Deputy Inspector General of Police, Ferozepur range, Munish Chawla has constituted a special investigation team comprising five senior police officials to probe into the allegations and counter-allegations levelled by Congress and Akali leaders over the yesterday's clash while the filing of nomination papers for the zila parishad elections at Mamdot, near Ferozepur.

Punjab page: Arrest culprits, demands Cong

German Sikh alleges humiliation at airport
Chandigarh, May 8
For Gurdeep Singh Randhawa, a German of Indian origin and managing director of a multinational German company, his encounter with the security staff at the Frankfurt International Airport early this week was the one he would love to forget.

World page: Elderly Sikh assaulted in US

1984 riots cases: Badal-led delegation meets Pranab
New Delhi, May 8
Nirpreet Kaur, a 1984 riots victim, ended her fast after she was informed by Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and Deputy CM Sukhbir Singh Badal that President Pranab Mukherjee had assured a delegation of political parties that he would look into the demands of the riot victims.
(Details on Punjab page)

Pak prisoner’s condition worsens
Sanaullah’s kidneys fail, on dialysis: Docs
Family meets PGIMER director
Chandigarh, May 8
The condition of Pakistani prisoner Sanaullah, who was admitted to the PGIMER last week after being brutally attacked in a Jammu jail, deteriorated further today.

Apex court raps J-K Govt over assault on Sanaullah




| Punjab | Haryana | Jammu & Kashmir | Himachal Pradesh | Regional Briefs | Nation | Opinions |
| Business | Sports | World | Letters | Chandigarh | Ludhiana | Delhi |
| Calendar | Weather | Archive | Subscribe | E-mail |

Editor-in-Chief, Publisher & Printer: Raj Chengappa
Published from The Tribune House, Sector 29-C, Chandigarh, India, 160030
for The Tribune Trust. Phone: (91-172) 2655066. Fax: (91-172) 2651293 & 2657149
Copyright : The Tribune Trust, 2012.