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Tuesday, August 13, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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J&K minister quits, protests continue
Kishtwar riots: Omar orders judicial probe, curfew continues in eight Jammu districts
Jammu, August 12
The Jammu and Kashmir Minister of State for Home Sajjad Ahmad Kichloo, under fire for his alleged inaction during Kishtwar riots on Army soldiers conduct a flag march during curfew in Jammu on Monday. Tribune photo: Anand Sharma August 9, resigned today while fresh protests in Kishtwar town left at least eight more persons injured. 

Army soldiers conduct a flag march during curfew in Jammu on Monday. Tribune photo: Anand Sharma

In Parliament, PC says situation ‘near normal’ 

Pak fires on 11 posts in Poonch for 9 hrs
Jammu/Poonch/Kochi, Aug 12
In the fifth ceasefire violation in three days, Pakistani troops opened heavy fire on 11 Indian forward posts for over nine hours on the intervening night of August 11 and 12 along the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district.

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Pak ‘trying’ two-pronged attack on Indian defence
New Delhi, August 12 
BSF soldiers patrol near the Line of Control in Sabzian Sector of Poonch. — PTIIndian security agencies have assessed that the recent aggressive posturing along the sensitive Line of Control with Pakistan is the outcome of definite information of Pakistan trying a two-pronged attack on Indian defence in Jammu and Kashmir. 

BSF soldiers patrol near the Line of Control in Sabzian Sector of Poonch. — PTI

Pak wants India to ensure safety of PIA offices
New Delhi, August 12
Pakistan today asked India to tighten security at Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) offices located in Mumbai and New Delhi, claiming it had received threats of an attack on these offices.

A worker cleans the PIA office signboard in New Delhi on Monday. 

Bill moved to keep parties out of RTI ambit
New Delhi, August 12
The government today introduced in the Lok Sabha a crucial Bill that amends the Right to Information Act to keep political parties out of its purview.


PUNJAB: 6 passengers die in bus accident near Moga

HARYANA: Gorakhpur power plant faces wildlife hurdle

J&KOppn insists on CBI probe into Kishtwar violence

HIMACHAL:Govt seeks funds from Finance Commission to decongest Shimla

CHANDIGARH: Justice Yadav not above law: CBI

LUDHIANA:Body found in bed box 

DELHI: DUSU Poll: ABVP, NSUI indulge in mudslinging
Business:Import duty on gold, oil, silver to go up
OPINION: Failure of governance

NATION: Centre seeks review of SC verdict on disqualification

SPORTS: Shikhar special powers India into the final
WORLD: Karzai plans Pak visit to revive talks with Taliban


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Parties unite against EC’s proposed ban on freebies
New Delhi, August 12
An otherwise divided political class united yet again today to tell the Election Commission that there was no need to regulate the issue of election doles that political parties promise in their election manifestos.

Namdhari sect chief was attacked by disciple’s nephew
Ludhiana, August 12
The man who attacked Namdhari sect head Satguru Uday Singh with an axe during morning prayers at a Namdhari gurdwara at Leicester in England was also a Namdhari. The assailant has been identified as Harjit Singh Toor, nephew of Sarwan Singh Namdhari in whose house the Satguru was reportedly staying along with Mata Chand Kaur.

India launches its first indigenous aircraft carrier
Kochi, August 12
India’s first indigenous aircraft carrier, INS Vikrant, entered the waters today, marking a red letter day in the country’s maritime history and achieving an important milestone in the shipbuilding industry.




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