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Saturday, May 25, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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New law to deal with dishonest practices in sports soon: Sibal...more
Meiyappan sent to police custody till May 29
 Defiant Srinivasan refuses to resign as BCCI chief...more
 'Friend' of suspect in London attack held...more
Iconic Tamil singer TM Soundararajan dies...more

4 jawans, Hizb militant killed in J-K
Gunbattle takes place in Pulwama
Search operation on to flush out militants
Srinagar/Pulwama, May 24
A day after the police killed a top Lashkar militant in downtown Srinagar, four Armymen and a local Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) militant were killed on Friday when ultras ambushed an Army party.
Armymen near the encounter site
Armymen near the encounter site. Tribune photo: Amin War

Truce violation

Meiyappan arrested; pressure mounts on BCCI chief to quit
Mumbai/New Delhi, May 24
Gurunath Meiyappan, son-in-law of BCCI chief N Srinivasan, was arrested late on Friday night, a few hours after he appeared before the police for questioning in connection with the IPL spot-fixing scandal. His arrest has mounted pressure on the BCCI chief to quit.

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Mumbai police may grill Rauf
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BJP mandal chief, Gurdaspur SAD general secretary critically injured
Qadian (Gurdaspur), May 24
At least 36 persons, several of them armed, critically injured two supporters of former Cabinet Minister Sewa Singh Sekhwan in one of the busiest localities of the town this morning.

US non-committal on India’s request for access to Headley
Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai (L) and US Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman in New Delhi on FridayNew Delhi, May 24
Visiting US Undersecretary for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman today expressed confidence that New  Delhi and Washington would find an "appropriate" way to decide on India’s request for access to Mumbai attack plotter David Headley.

Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai (L) and US Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman in New Delhi on Friday. — PTI


PUNJAB: Now, Education Department halts supply of science kits

HARYANA: Distribution of iron pills resumes in Ratia

J&KIntel inputs warn of rise in militant activity

HIMACHAL: Quality education can check moral degradation: Prez

CHANDIGARH: Councillors come to blows in House

LUDHIANA: Manhandled, power staff hold protest

DELHI: Intellectuals seek Prez's intervention
Business: Rupee falls for 3rd week; future of global fund flows is the key
OPINIONS: Water carries a cost

NATION: Mumbai police may grill Rauf

SPORTS: CSK tries to distance itself from boss’s son-in-law
WORLD: London terror suspects were known to MI5


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Navy Captain held guilty of junior’s death
New Delhi, May 24
A Captain of the Indian Navy, equal to a Colonel, has been found guilty of negligence that led to the death of a young officer on board a warship in December 2011 by a naval court martial.

Nitaqat effect: 27,000 Indians apply for exit papers in Saudi Arabia
Riyadh, May 24
India will issue at least 27,000 more Emergency Certificates to enable its citizens to leave Saudi Arabia for home after a new labour policy came into force in the Gulf kingdom.

States warned, Indians returning from Saudi will have to be rehabilitated: Khurshid
On Board Special Aircraft, May 24
With thousands of Indians set to return from Saudi Arabia due to the 'Nitaqat' law, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid today said state governments have been "forewarned" so that the situation does not become "unmanageable".

Frequent House disruptions upset Pranab
Shimla, May 24
Expressing grave concern over frequent disruptions of Parliament and state legislatures, President of India Pranab Mukherjee today called upon political parties to ponder over.
President Pranab Mukherjee being honoured at the Golden Jubilee celebrations of Himachal Pradesh Vidhan Sabha in Shimla on Friday
President Pranab Mukherjee being honoured at the Golden Jubilee celebrations of Himachal Pradesh Vidhan Sabha in Shimla on Friday. Photo: Amit Kanwar




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