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Monday, August 12, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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Curfew in 5 more J-K districts
Army called out
1 more killed in fresh clashes in Kishtwar’s Padder area
Jammu, August 11
A security man stands guard after a furniture shop was set on fire in Subash Nagar area of old Jammu city on Sunday. One more person died, while three others were injured in fresh clashes in Padder late yesterday following the riots in Kishtwar.

A security man stands guard after a furniture shop was set on fire in Subash Nagar area of old Jammu city on Sunday. Tribune photo: Inderjeet Singh

J&K page: Jaitley detained, sent back
J&K page: Internet blocked 

BSF jawan hurt in Pak firing
Jammu, August 11
Violating ceasefire thrice in the last two days, Pakistani troops today opened fire at forward posts along the international border in Jammu and Kashmir, seriously injuring a BSF jawan.

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Namdhari sect chief injured in attack in UK gurdwara
Bhaini Sahib, August 11
Namdhari sect head Satguru Uday Singh was attacked with an axe during prayers at a Namdhari gurdwara at Leicester in England this morning. The attacker has been arrested. Besides a fracture on the left forearm, the sect chief suffered injuries on the nose and the forehead. Sant Surinder Singh Namdhari, vice-president of Namdhari Darbar, said the incident took place while Satguru Uday Singh was performing a “kirtan” amidst a packed hall of devotees at a Linden Street gurdwara.

Indian drugmakers will have to bear higher costs in US
Washington, August 11
Many Indian drugmakers will soon have to bear higher costs for sale of products in American markets, as the US health regulator FDA is hiking the fees for generic drugmakers by up to 48 per cent from October. India is the second largest drug exporter to the US, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). 


PUNJAB: Women at receiving end as spouses refuse to take blame

HARYANA: Hooda wins over Shah

J&KTop BJP leaders’ visit to Kishtwar thwarted

HIMACHAL: Cabinet to assess replies of cement companies

CHANDIGARH: Road safety takes a back seat in rally

LUDHIANA: Loans turn bad debts

DELHI: Assembly poll: Rajnath appeals to vote Cong out of power
Business: Bear cartels under lens for battering blue chip stocks
OPINION: Insecure in Pakistan

NATION: Modi talks Telangana to revive BJP's southern dreams

SPORTS: Great Dan of China remains the king
WORLD: Afghan floods, hailstorms kill 22


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Onion prices bring tears, soar to Rs 60
Chandigarh, August 11
Owing to shortage in supply triggered by damage of crops due to heavy rainfall, onion prices have shot up. Burning a hole in the common man’s pocket, the per kg cost of onion has gone up to Rs 60 in retail markets in the region. 

Vikrant set to be launched today
Kochi, August 11
Indigenous aircraft carrier INS Vikrant is docked at Kochi on Sunday.As INS Vikrant, India’s first indigenously built aircraft carrier, lay decked up with flags and streamers awaiting its launch tomorrow, it signaled a moment of intense pride for the engineers and technicians.
Indigenous aircraft carrier INS Vikrant is docked at Kochi on Sunday. — PTI

Murrah beauty starts for new home in Andhra
Singhwa Khas (Hisar), August 11
Villagers click pictures with Lakshmi at her farewell. Around 2,000 persons enjoyed a feast hosted by farmer Kapoor Singh in Singhwa Khas village here today. The occasion was the farewell of a Murrah buffalo! But Lakshmi is no ordinary buffalo.
CENTRE OF ATTRACTION: Villagers click pictures with Lakshmi at her farewell. Photos: Manoj Dhaka




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