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Thursday, May 16, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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Rajasthan Royals' Sreesanth and 2 others held for spot-fixing...more
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Good relations with Pak vital for resolving tricky issues: Shinde
— Suhshilkumar Shinde, Union Home Minister
New Delhi, May 15
Close on the heels of Nawaz Sharif — who is certain to be the new Pakistan Premier after his emphatic election win —seeking warmer ties with India, Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde on Wednesday said good relations with Islamabad were vital for resolving tricky issues between the two countries.

Nation page: NCTC back on agenda at June 5 CMs’ conference

turning point - pakistan a TRIBUNE EXCLUSIVE
Army set for redefining role in security
Gen Jehangir Karamat (retd), former Pakistan Chief of Army Staff, tells Raj Chengappa, Editor-in-Chief, The Tribune Group of Newspapers, why the army is not likely to stage another coup following the historical transition of power from one democratically elected government to another.
‘With democracy maturing, coup not likely’

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Rohtak ashram evacuated, but blockade continues
* One of the victims cremated
* Body of another shifted for autopsy
Rohtak, May 15
Police personnel outside ashram during sealing operation in Rohtak on WednesdayThe district authorities got the controversial Satlok Ashram fully vacated today after Rampal followers agreed to leave the premises in the afternoon. The protesters backed by the Arya Pratinidhi Sabha later allowed the cremation of one of the victims, Parmila (38), who was killed in Sunday’s firing.
Police personnel outside ashram during sealing operation in Rohtak on Wednesday. Photo: Manoj Dhaka

Dec 16 gang-rape accused critically ill, says lawyer
New Delhi, May 15
A December 16 gang-rape accused has been "poisoned" in Tihar Jail and is critically ill, his lawyer today told a special court which directed prison authorities to ensure that proper medical care is given to him. The lawyer for Vinay Sharma told additional sessions judge Yogesh Khanna that the accused was vomiting blood as his food was being poisoned over a period of several weeks.


PUNJAB: Examination schedule for Class XII to get shorter

HARYANA: No truck with BJP: HJC

J&KHC tells govt panel to follow rights panel suggestions

HIMACHAL: Concrete fencing to boost forests

CHANDIGARH: Draft of building bylaws ready

LUDHIANA: Civic body gets Rs 100-cr loan

DELHI: Patient dies even as Safdarjung strike called off
BUSINESS: After ATM heist, India’s IT sector again in unwelcome spotlight
OPINIONS: CBI needs wings

NATION: NCTC back on agenda at June 5 CMs’ conference

SPORTS: IOC paves way for India’s return to Oly fold
WORLD: India and China must shake hands, says Li Keqiang


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LPG cash transfer scheme kicks off from June 1
New Delhi, May 15
It will be a new way of buying cooking gas as the government scheme for giving cash subsidy directly to the consumers kicks off from June 1 in 20 districts. These include Nawanshahr in Punjab and Bilaspur, Hamirpur, Mandi and Una in Himachal Pradesh.

Scientists voice concern over Kudankulam N-plant safety
New Delhi, May 15
Sixty leading scientists have voiced concern over safety of the Kudankulam nuclear power project and sought “renewed study” of safety issues by an independent panel of experts.

Indian women ‘wary’ of mastectomy
Angelina JolieNew Delhi, May 15
Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie's decision to go public about her double mastectomy to reduce the risk of breast cancer has been hailed as a brave move, but in India, doctors say there is very little awareness about it and many women are wary of taking the step due to societal pressure and apprehensions.
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