Monday, June 3, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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Srinivasan steps aside, Dalmiya called back as interim BCCI chief
To stay away from duties till probe is over
Jagdale, Shirke firm on quitting

Chennai, June 2
Bowing to all-round pressure, N Srinivasan today agreed to “step aside” as BCCI president under a compromise formula that brought back former chief Jagmohan Dalmiya as head of a four-member “interim arrangement” to run the Board, more than a fortnight after the spot-fixing scandal rocked cricketing world.

Indian cricket shamed : Editorial

No new Bill likely on CBI autonomy
New Delhi, June 2
The Government may not push ahead with a bill on CBI but do some tweaking of the provision in the law relating to the agency.
Official sources said that the Group of Ministers, which has been tasked to work on measures to insulate CBI from external influence, has had two meetings so far and is said to be not too enthusiastic over loosening the grip on the agency.

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Congress to relaunch ‘yatra’ near Maoist ambush site soon
Raipur, June 2
Unfazed by the An injured jawan of Chhattisgarh Armed Force is being taken to a hospital after a blast occurred at their camp in the Maoist-hit district of Bijapur on Sunday. — PTI dastardly attack by Maoists, Opposition Congress in Chhattisgarh will soon resume its ‘parivartan yatra’ from Keslur village near Jiram Ghati, the spot where its convoy was ambushed on May 25.
An injured jawan of Chhattisgarh Armed Force is being taken to a hospital after a blast occurred at their camp in the Maoist-hit district of Bijapur on Sunday. — PTI

Maoist banners warn tribal youths against joining CRPF 

India largest contributor  to UN peace missions
New Delhi, June 2
Reflecting the important role it is playing in promoting peace operations worldwide, India has become the largest contributor to UN missions since inception.
So far, India has taken part in 43 peacekeeping missions with a total contribution exceeding 160000 troops and a significant number of police personnel.

Haryana civic poll peaceful, 70 per cent voting recorded
Women cast their votes at ward no. 6 at Kambopura village of Karnal on Sunday. Tribune photo: Ravi KumarChandigarh, June 2
Haryana reported peaceful polling in seven municipal corporations and two municipal committees recording around 70 per cent turnout despite scorching heat.
The polling was largely peaceful with reports of minor skirmishes and attempts to browbeat voters, but the state election commission described the polling as “incident-free”.
Women cast their votes at ward no. 6 at Kambopura village of Karnal on Sunday. Tribune photo: Ravi Kumar

Badal probe into book scam an eyewash?
Procedure for ordering a judicial inquiry not followed in Maluka case
Chandigarh, June 2
The “judicial inquiry” ordered by the Punjab Government into the irregularities in the selection and purchase of various books by the Education Department seems to be nothing more than a departmental probe. Official sources say there is a set procedure for ordering a judicial inquiry. This includes preparation of a memorandum for being presented to the Cabinet for approval.

Finance Ministry seeks RBI nod for all-women bank
New Delhi, June 2
To make all-women bank a reality by October, the Finance Ministry has approached the Reserve Bank of India for clearance to set up the country’s first such bank. “The committee set up to prepare the blueprint for an all-women bank has submitted its report to the Finance Minister. We have sought in-principle approval from the RBI for the all-women bank,” Financial Services Secretary Rajiv Takru said.




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HIMACHAL: Team to reassess land need for Central varsity

CHANDIGARH: 65% turnout in Panchkula MC poll

LUDHIANA: Unsafe road not MC concern

DELHI: Nangloi girl gangraped
Business: Taxmen to file court cases against bankers, depositors
OPINIONS: Indian cricket shamed

NATION: Sibal: Govt must have say in judges’ appointmen

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