Saturday, July 13, 2013, Chandigarh, India
Edition update time 2:30 am (IST)

Latest news, updated at 5:30 pm

Food security scheme to be launched on August 20...more
Pakistani Taliban set up base in Syria: Report...more
Hemant Soren sworn in as Jharkhand’s ninth CM
 Family, fans bid adieu to Pran...more
 Don't 'divide the nation' on basis of religion: Digvijaya to Modi...more
 Master of sound Amar Bose dead...more
 6 die in France train crash...more

2002 riots: Modi says did no wrong
Describes himself as Hindu nationalist, triggers storm in political circles
New Delhi, July 12
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Friday whipped up a major political storm by saying he had done "absolutely the right thing" during the 2002 riots. In a interview to international news agency Reuters, the first since he was appointed the chief of BJP poll campaign panel in June, Modi also described himself as a “Hindu nationalist”.

SC declines relief to Tytler in ’84 riots case
New Delhi, July 12
Jagdish TytlerCongress leader Jagdish Tytler on Friday failed to get relief from the Supreme Court in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. Tytler had come to the apex court challenging the Delhi High Court’s July 3 order refusing to stay the sessions court’s April 10 directive.
                                                          Jagdish Tytler

The Tribune


Patients from 35 Countries
Dr Sharma’s Clinic
Treating patients from all over the world with Homeopathy


Designing & Printing
Business Stationary
Brochure / Posters / Flyers. Booking of Newspaper Ads
Website Designing





Telangana decision put off, CWC to take final call
Digvijay Singh, Congress in charge for Andhra Pradesh, leaves after the party's Core Group meetingNew Delhi, July 12
Suspense over the future of Telangana continued on Friday, with the Congress Core Group headed by party president Sonia Gandhi referring the matter to the working committee, the party’s highest decision-making body.

Digvijay Singh, Congress in charge for Andhra Pradesh, leaves after the party's Core Group meeting. PTI

Haryana to keep tabs on what its officials buy
Chandigarh, July 12
In order to check corrupt practices, the Haryana Government is all set to keep tabs on the shopping details of its officials. Government officials, who are planning to buy consumer durables like airconditioners, refrigerators, LCDs and smart phones costing more than Rs 20,000, will soon have to keep their respective departments in the loop.

India to resume arms supplies to Nepal
New Delhi, July 12
India has decided to resume arms supplies to Nepal following the successful completion of integration of former Maoist combatants into the Nepal Army (NA), official sources here have confirmed.


PUNJAB: Heritage makeover for corridor to Golden Temple: Sukhbir

HARYANA: Leaf roller hits paddy crop in two districts

J&KJ-K proposes to fight terror with development of remote areas

HIMACHAL: Dhumal serves legal notice on Sukhu

CHANDIGARH: Taverns charging more than MRP challaned

LUDHIANA: Drivers leave students in lurch

DELHI: Boy found hanging in Kenyan mission
Business: Industrial output in May slipped into negative zone
OPINIONS: The rot within

NATION: Probe ordered into gang-rape, setting ablaze of Etawah girl

SPORTS: Best finisher does it again
WORLD: Bhutan gears up for 2nd national elections today


The tribune guide to best colleges
Budget 2013-14
YEAREND SPECIAL: 2012 Year of survival
The tribune 130 years
a witness to history
book released by prime minister manmohan singh
Guide to best colleges
Results of Punjab Assembly Polls 2012


On Sundays

On Saturdays

13 cops get life term for Mumbai fake encounter
Mumbai, July 12
The Mumbai Police has suffered a major embarrassment with 13 of its personnel, including a senior police inspector, being awarded life imprisonment for killing alleged member of Chotta Rajan gang Ram Narayan Gupta, alias Lakkhan Bhaiya, in a fake encounter in 2006. Sessions Judge VD Jadhwar sentenced the policemen and eight others to life after acquitting high-profile officer Pradeep Sharma earlier.

Pran, Bollywood’s beloved bad man, dies at 93 in Mumbai
Mumbai, July 12
Legendary Bollywood actor Pran passed away in Mumbai’s Lilavati Hospital on Friday evening. He was 93. The veteran actor, who played the dreaded villain and lovable character with elan in hits like 'Milan', 'Madhumati', 'Bobby', 'Zanjeer' and 'Ram Aur Shyam', had been unwell for the last few months. "He died after a spell of prolonged illness," said his daughter Pinky. He was admitted to the hospital a month ago after his health started deteriorating, she said.

pran 1920 — 2013
PranReel life villain, real life hero
Mumbai, July 12
With his dashing mannerisms and intensity, Pran came to be known as the most fearsome villain that Hindi cinema ever had before breaking the mould to play iconic character roles in films like 'Zanjeer' and 'Upkaar' in a career spanning six decades. 






| Punjab | Haryana | Jammu & Kashmir | Himachal Pradesh | Regional Briefs | Nation | Opinions |
| Business | Sports | World | Letters | Chandigarh | Ludhiana | Delhi |
| Calendar | Weather | Archive | Subscribe | E-mail |

Editor-in-Chief, Publisher & Printer: Raj Chengappa
Published from The Tribune House, Sector 29-C, Chandigarh, India, 160030
for The Tribune Trust. Phone: (91-172) 2655066. Fax: (91-172) 2651293 & 2657149
Copyright : The Tribune Trust, 2012.