Monday, July 15, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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New Bhutan govt keen to boost ties with India
New Delhi, July 14
As the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) won the second democratic election in Bhutan, both New Delhi and Thimphu today declared their keenness to put behind them the recent controversy arising from India’s withdrawal of subsidy on kerosene and cooking gas and take steps on a priority basis to consolidate bilateral ties.

The tribune begins a DEBATE
‘Asli’ Chandigarh now gets a ‘naqli’ one
Punjab Govt’s ploy to sell Mullanpur as New Chandigarh
A high-rise tower coming up in Mullanpur, re-christened New Chandigarh.Chandigarh, July 14
A stone’s throw from the City Beautiful’s north-west, a township is turning development on its head. Caught in a feverish name game, it is fast losing its rural identity.

A high-rise tower coming up in Mullanpur, re-christened New Chandigarh. Tribune photo

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New Delhi, July 14
Curtains came down today on the 163-year-old telegram service in the country - the harbinger of good and bad news for generations of Indians - amid a last minute rush of people thronging telegraph offices to send souvenir messages to family and friends.

Telegram, harbinger of good & bad news, dies at 163
New Delhi, July 14
For many who thronged the small room in the Central Telegraph Office at Janpath here on Sunday, it was their first and last chance to send a message to their loved ones using the 163-year-old service, the high-speed carrier of good and bad news for generations of Indians before the telecom revolution.

Two Chinese choppers ‘violate’ Indian airspace
Jammu, July 14
In an incident that could further increase tension on the high Himalayan border between India and China in the northern sector, two Chinese army helicopters have violated Indian airspace in the Chumar sector in Ladakh division of Jammu and Kashmir.


PUNJAB: Shops razed, Jallianwala Bagh traders stare at uncertain future

HARYANA: Roadways staff on warpath against Delhi Police again

J&KAzad skips Cong ‘unity rally’

HIMACHAL: Bharti Walmart’s procurement centre boon for farmers

CHANDIGARH: Three waste bins for Rs 28,125

LUDHIANA: 70 diarrhoea cases, 2 deaths in 5 days

DELHI: Lid off RPF exam scam, constable held
Business: Petrol dearer by Rs 1.55
OPINIONS: Modi’s puppy talk

NATION: Maya justifies caste-based rallies

SPORTS: A bridge too far for oz
WORLD: ElBaradei sworn in interim vice-president


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Kudankulam plant to start power production in 20 days
Puducherry, July 14
The controversy-hit Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP) will start its initial production of 400 MW electricity within 20 days, Union Minister V Narayanasamy said today.

Petrol dearer by Rs 1.55
Fourth increase in six weeks; falling rupee to blame
New Delhi, July 14
Petrol price has been hiked again by Rs 1.55 a litre with effect from midnight today, the fourth increase in six weeks, as the falling rupee is taking a toll on oil imports. (Details on Business page)

Maya justifies caste-based rallies
Lucknow, July 14
In defiance of the Allahabad High Court order, Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati today declared to continue holding caste-based rallies. The rallies would now be called Samajik Bhaichara sammelans’ (social brotherhood meetings) instead. (Details on Nation page)

Night patrol launched
Mohali, July 14
To make Punjab safer at night, the Punjab Police has launched night patrolling. As many as 4,000 police personnel have been put on the job.
Night bus service to start after 30 years


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