Tuesday, July 9, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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13 bombs were planted, says Shinde
Mahabodhi temple reopens
Investigators scan CCTV footage
One detained
Gaya/Patna, July 8
Over a dozen bombs were planted inside the Mahabodhi temple complex in Bodh Gaya on Sunday, of which 10 had exploded injuring two monks, Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said today at Talegaon Maharashtra.

Editorial: Madness of terror
Nation page: Cong, BJP in war of words over Digvijay’s remarks
M’rashtra cops join probe
India to share probe findings with Myanmar

Security personnel stand guard as monks walk past at the Mahabodhi temple complex in Bodh Gaya on Monday.

Security personnel stand guard as monks walk past at the Mahabodhi temple complex in Bodh Gaya on Monday. — AFP

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Ready for snap LS poll, says BJP
To focus on good governance, development
New Delhi, July 8
The BJP today said it was ready for snap LS poll and that “good governance and development” would be its key planks.

51 killed as pro-Mursi protesters, army clash
Cairo, July 8
Deadly street violence erupted between supporters ofSupporters of the Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo. Egypt's deposed President Mohammed Mursi and soldiers outside the army headquarters here today and at least 51 persons were killed and over 400 injured as the standoff escalated between the military-backed new interim government and the Muslim Brotherhood.
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3 dead as rain halts relief efforts in Uttarakhand
Dehradun, July 8
Three members of a family were today killed in a house collapse as a fresh spell of rains stalled relief operations in the flood-ravaged Uttarakhand, where the authorities said that the number of people missing has mounted to over 4,700.


PUNJAB: Tandon to head state BJP poll panel

HARYANA: Staff shortage takes toll on Haryana Police

J&KLashkar men behind Army convoy attack identified

HIMACHAL: Car buried under landslide, man dead

CHANDIGARH: Four get life imprisonment

LUDHIANA: 2 sedated, robbed

DELHI: Nepali maid raped by two labourers
Business: Rupee’s free fall continues
OPINIONS: Madness of terror

NATION: Cong, BJP in war of words over Digvijay’s remarks

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Re hits 61 mark; PM to meet India Inc
New Delhi, July 8
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will meet representatives of India Inc on July 29 in a bid to revive the economy as the rupee slid further today crossing the 61 mark. The rupee dipped to 61.21 during day’s trade before closing at 60.22 against the dollar. The stock markets also fell by 171 points.

Punjab book scam: Jindal panel fails to make headway
Chandigarh, July 8
The probe by Justice AN Jindal Commission, appointed by the Punjab Government to inquire into the purchase and supply of library books, science kits and map masters by the state Education Department, has failed to make any headway although three weeks have passed since it started functioning. The reason: No one is coming forward with evidence.

Haryana boy lives on — with wires that nearly killed him
Raman lost his arms and a leg due to electrocution.Panipat, July 8
A whirring toy pigeon hanging by a string over Raman’s cot keeps him company. The harder he kicks it, the farther it flies, eliciting frenzied cheers from the boy. The laughter from the room rings all the way down a narrow flight of stairs that leads to Manoj Sharma’s small auto spare parts shop. But it doesn’t make him smile. It opens floodgates of pain and tears.
Raman lost his arms and a leg due to electrocution. Tribune photo

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