Tuesday, July 23, 2013, Chandigarh, India
Edition update time 2:30 am (IST)

US Vice-Prez arrives to discuss trade, defence ties
* To prepare ground for PMís visit * Talks with Manmohan, Pranab today
New Delhi, July 22
US Vice-President Joe Biden and his wife Jill pay homage to the Mahatma at Gandhi Smriti in New Delhi on Monday. Bapuís granddaughter Tara Gandhi Bhattacharjee is also seen. ó PTIUS Vice-President Joe Biden arrived here this evening on a four-day visit aimed at consolidating bilateral ties in trade, energy and defence and laying the groundwork for Prime Minister Manmohan Singhís September visit to the US.
 
US Vice-President Joe Biden and his wife Jill pay homage to the Mahatma at Gandhi Smriti in New Delhi on Monday. Bapuís granddaughter Tara Gandhi Bhattacharjee is also seen. ó PTI

 Editorial:  Joe Biden in India


The Tribune
ePaper


HOMEOPATHY

Patients from 35 Countries
Dr Sharmaís Clinic
Treating patients from all over the world with Homeopathy


Advt

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




WEEKLY SPECIALS

EDUCATION
JOBS & CAREERS
HEALTH & FITNESS

 SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

 REAL ESTATE


TODAY's SPECIALS

EDUCATION

 HARYANA PLUS

Donít cross party line, Rahul tells Cong workers
Pushes for for decency in debates at partyís media conclave
New Delhi, July 22
Stressing consonance of opinion on critical issues confronting the party, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi today sent out two clear messages to all spokespersons: Donít cross the party line and donít cross the limits of decency in media debates.

Rahul Gandhi arrives for the party conclave in New Delhi on Monday. PTI

CJM wifeís murder
2 bullets found; dowry charge against in-laws
Gurgaon/Panchkula, July 22
The Gurgaon police today recovered two of the three bullets that pierced through the body of Geetanjali Garg, wife of Gurgaon Chief Judicial Magistrate Ravneet Garg, during a fatal attack last week.

Book scam: Badal chooses Maluka over Pannu
Officer posted as Secretary, Agriculture, Punjab
Chandigarh, July 22
The Punjab Government today transferred Director General of School Education (DGSE) Kahan Singh Pannu, who is said to have blown the lid off the scam involving selection of certain companies for supply of library books and science kits by a committee formed by Education Minister Sikander Singh Maluka. 



OTHER PAGES

PUNJAB: Govt plans cyber kiosks for efficient delivery of services

HARYANA: More rain spells trouble for Yamunanagar

J&KPolice says no need for further probe, opposes inquiry commission

HIMACHAL: 1,087 bighas washed away in Sirmaur

CHANDIGARH: Court questions contradictions in statements

LUDHIANA: Manufacturers go on strike

DELHI: Carjacker shot in daylight encounter
Business: SEBI gets powers to attach properties, bank accounts
OPINIONS: Joe Biden in India

NATION: 6 killed in Bengal panchayat poll violence

SPORTS: IBL set to give big boost to badminton
WORLD: Twin quakes rattle China, 89 killed


HOROSCOPE

WEEKLY

TRIBUNE SPECIALS

Lahore Log
The tribune guide to best colleges
Budget 2013-14
INDIA CHINA WAR 50 YEAR LATER
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
HIMACHAL VOTES 2012
EARLIER FEATURES


THE TRIBUNE MAGAZINES

On Sundays

On Saturdays


Saina snapped up for Rs 72 lakh in IBL auction
New Delhi, July 22
Hitherto unimaginable riches came to the humble sport of badminton today at the Indian Badminton League (IBL) player auction, in which world No. 2 Saina Nehwal was snapped up for Rs 72 lakh ($120,000) by the Hyderabad franchise.
Top buys: Saina Nehwal bought by Hyderabad Hotshots for $1,20,000 (L) and Lee Chong Wei bought by Mumbai Masters  for $135,000
Sports page: IBL set to give big boost to badminton

Itís a boy! The royal babyís here
London, July 22 
Prince William's wife Kate Middleton today gave birth to a baby boy at a hospital here, as Britain raised a toast to the much-awaited arrival of its future monarch. The 31-year-old Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a baby boy this evening at 16.24 (local time), Kensington Palace confirmed.

Special to the tribune
Afghan jewellery makes its way to New York, London

Afghan jewellers trained in Jaipur will benefit from having their products showcased from next month in New York and London. Afghan gemstones such as lapis lazuli, emeralds and rubies as well as gold, silver and other materials are included in the jewellery brand called Aayenda, meaning Ďfutureí in the Dari Language, that is being launched at a fashion expo in New York, NY Now, as well as at London Fashion Week this coming September.

EARLIER STORIES

| 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.