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Wednesday, May 15, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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Delhi gang-rape accused critical after attack in Tihar jail: Lawyer...more
1993 blasts case: Sanjay Dutt to surrender before court tomorrow
Gold demand may come down, says Rangarajan...more
 Cong MLA gets life term for abduction, murder of niece's lover...more
 Manmohan files nomination papers for Rajya Sabha...more
CBI grills Raja Bhaiya in DSP's murder case...more
Mild tremors in J&K...more

32 firms to get notices on undeveloped coal blocks
Trouble for big fish Jindal Steel, NTPC, Tata Steel, SAIL

New Delhi, May 14
The Government is likely to issue show-cause notices to allocatees of 32 captive coal blocks, including Jindal Steel and Power, NTPC, Tata Steel and SAIL, for failing to develop the blocks on time.

Parts of Karontha ashram vacated, protesters stay put
3,000 Rampal followers shifted
2 bodies yet to be cremated 
Rohtak, May 14
The three-day standoff between the administration and the Arya Pratinidhi Sabha supporters showed signs of abating today with the authorities deciding to evacuate the occupants of Satlok Ashram at Karontha village in Rohtak district.
Policemen stand guard outside Satlok Ashram at Karontha village on Tuesday. Policemen stand guard outside Satlok Ashram at Karontha village on Tuesday. Photo: Manoj Dhaka

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Dutt says threat to life; wants to surrender in Pune jail
Mumbai/New Delhi, May 14
Citing threat to his life from fundamentalists, Sanjay Dutt today sought permission from a TADA court to surrender in jail even as the Supreme Court refused to grant the Bollywood star time beyond May 16 to give himself up.

GOM set up to insulate CBI from external influence
New Delhi, May 14
Days after the Supreme Court’s scathing observation that the Central Bureau of Investigation was like a ‘caged parrot’, the government today formed a Group of Ministers (GoM) to draft a law to insulate the investigating agency from external influence and grant it greater autonomy.

Railgate probe to be over in three months: CBI chief
New Delhi, May 14
The probe into the bribery scandal that led to resignation of Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal is expected to be completed within three months, CBI Director Ranjit Sinha said today.

MiG-29K a game changer for Navy
New Delhi, May 14
Indian Navy’s first supersonic fighter MiG-29K will be a “game changer” as the country expands its sea-going fleet in line with its growing aspirations of a regional power controlling the security of the Indian Ocean while attempting to match pace with China. The first lot of 18 MiG-29Ks was commissioned this week at Goa and will be based on the deck of the sea-borne aircraft carrier Admiral Gorshkov (renamed INS Vikramaditya), which is slated to arrive this yearend.


PUNJAB: SAD, Congress banking on village groupism

HARYANA: Cong not to contest on party symbol

J&KAzad visits quake-hit areas again

HIMACHAL: Shift ammo depot, Govt tells Army

CHANDIGARH: UT finalises eco-sensitive zone

LUDHIANA: Shopkeepers lay siege to Ferozepur Road

DELHI: Investors cheated of crores
BUSINESS: Inflation hits 3-yr low at 4.9%, back in RBI’s comfort zone
OPINIONS: Inflation cools

NATION: Modi govt delays seeking death penalty for Kodnani

SPORTS: Gilly joins party, but is it too late?
WORLD: British Sikh girl’s parents say she was murdered in Punjab


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Cyclone leaves hundreds homeless
Colombo, may 14
At least seven people have died and nearly 3,000 left homeless as the cyclonic storm ‘Mahasen’ caused heavy rains in the north and eastern parts of Sri Lanka. The Disaster Management Centre here said that at least 7 people were killed, while two more are missing as a result of the storm.
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PML-N largest party, woos Independents
Wins 127 seats, but 10 short of majority
Imran’s PTI to form govt in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa 
Nawaz Sharif’s PML-N has emerged as the single largest party in Pakistan's landmark General Election bagging 127 of the 272 parliamentary seats but fell short of a majority and would form a government with the support of the Independents and smaller parties. The PML-N's two closest rivals — the Pakistan People's Party and Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf — lagged far behind with 31 and 26 seats, respectively.

turning point - pakistan a TRIBUNE EXCLUSIVE
A chance to tweak foreign policy for peace
Tariq Fatemi, former Pakistan diplomat and PML-N adviser, and Ahmed Rashid, foreign policy expert, tell Raj Chengappa, Editor-in-Chief, Tribune Group of Newspapers, how they see Pakistan’s approach to neighbours changing with the new government.

  ‘Cross-border interference against Sharif’s policy’"
‘National strategy needed to deal with militancy’




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