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India, US keen to take civil N-deal forward
Biden meets PM, pushes for stronger economic ties

New Delhi, July 23
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh greets US Vice-President Joe Biden in New Delhi on Tuesday. US Vice-President Joe Biden today emphatically declared that enhanced economic engagement between India and the US was in their mutual interest as the two countries reaffirmed their commitment to implement the historic civil nuclear deal. The visiting US leader also shared with New Delhi his country’s perspective of the situation likely to unfold in Afghanistan after the drawdown by NATO troops in 2014.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh greets US Vice-President Joe Biden in New Delhi on Tuesday. Tribune photo

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Chandigarh belongs to Punjab, asserts Sukhbir
Chandigarh, July 23
“Chandigarh is the capital of Punjab. No other state can claim a right over the city as its capital. Historically, whenever a new state is carved out of a large state, the capital always remains with the original state,” says Deputy Chief Minister of Punjab, Sukhbir Singh Badal.

Iron pills again: Hundreds of kids fall ill in Haryana
Chandigarh, July 23
Hundreds of children have fallen ill after consuming iron and folic acid tablet given to them under the Weekly Iron and Folic Acid Supplementation (WIFS) Programme that was re-launched in the state after summer vacations yesterday. Reports from across the state indicated that around 400 students complained of nausea and other ailments after the supplement was administered to them on the direction of the Haryana Health Department.

CJM wife’s murderCJM wife’s murder
Geetanjali was upset over Garg’s ‘closeness’ to cousin
Family meets Hooda Haryana to refer case to CBI Third bullet found
Chandigarh/Gurgaon, July 23
The Haryana Government today decided to refer the Geetanjali murder case to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) even as the Gurgaon police probed the role of one of Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Ravneet Garg’s cousins in the killing.


PUNJAB: Bajwa: Heathcare dismal in Malwa

HARYANA:Wants 50% hike in divisible pool to have more funds for development

J&KRights panel issues notices to Home Dept, BSF DG 

HIMACHAL: State to move apex court for more BBMB arrears

CHANDIGARH: 2 students among 3 killed in accident

LUDHIANA: Civic body fails to carry out fogging at regular intervals

DELHI: Provide land to DMRC at concessional rates, DUSIB told
Business: Sensex gains 143 points, closes at 30-month high
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NATION: Six die as building wall collapses in Hyderabad

SPORTS: Showtime for India’s second-string side
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IAF gets its second C-17
New Delhi, July 23
The Indian Air Force (IAF) on Tuesday took the delivery of the second Boeing C-17 Globemaster III. This is a month after the first C-17 arrived at the Hindon air base and was immediately pressed into operations.

India, China discuss steps to ensure peace along LAC
New Delhi, July 23
A Chinese delegation comes out of South Block in New Delhi on Tuesday. Concerned over fresh incursions by China’s PLA troops in Ladakh’s Chumar sector, India today emphasised that there was need to adhere to bilateral agreements for maintaining peace and tranquillity along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) pending a final settlement of the boundary dispute.

A Chinese delegation comes out of South Block in New Delhi on Tuesday. — PTI

Shotgun triggers another Modi row within BJP
New Delhi, July 23
The new elevated centre-stage place for Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi seems to be leading his party from one ticklish situation to another -- almost on a daily basis now. A day after Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan praised LK Advani as saffron party’s tallest leader, actor-turned-politician Shatrughan Sinha today seconded the opinion, calling the party patriarch the “most seasoned and mature leader” and someone who should be at the “helm of affairs”.


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