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Lashkar’s Tunda was in touch with ISI
Ran well-knit network in Pak, Bangladesh
Says Dawood living in Karachi safe house
Abdul Karim TundaNew Delhi, August 18
Arrested Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorist Abdul Karim Tunda was running madrasas in Pakistan and training youths to become “jihadis”, sources in the Delhi Police said today.

Army warns Pak against ceasefire violations in JK
Major General VP SinghSays spl groups planning more attacks
Jammu/Rajouri, August 18
The Army today said Pakistan was making a “serious mistake” by continuously violating ceasefire along the Line of Control where more attacks were planned by its border action team. Major General VP Singh

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ISRO rocket launch today, all eyes on cryo engine
Bangalore, August 18
Heavylift GSLV rocketA 29-hour countdown began on Sunday for the crucial launch of the heavylift GSLV (geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle) rocket -- which will also be the flight-testing of the second indigenous cryogenic upper stage engine -- from Sriharikota spaceport. Heavylift GSLV rocket

Food Bill: Govt keen to clear LS hurdle
New Delhi, August 18
Energies of the Congress-led UPA Government are directed to work for approval by the Lok Sabha to the Food Security Bill by August 20, a day several of its state governments are rolling out the ambitious welfare measure coinciding with the birth anniversary of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.

Lankan FM arrives with CHOGM invite for PM
Tamil parties asks India to boycott Commonwealth summit
New Delhi, August 18
Sri Lankan Foreign Minister G L Peiris arrived here this evening to invite Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meet in Colombo in November even as political parties in Tamil Nadu reiterated their demand that India boycott the summit to protest alleged war crimes against the Tamil during the 2009 conflict.


PUNJAB: Flooded Sutlej maroons 50 villages in Ferozepur

HARYANA: Crop failure looms over 3,000 acres in Bhiwani

J&KShopian remains shut

HIMACHAL: Apple market starts looking up

CHANDIGARH: ‘Member’ of Kala Kachha gang nabbed

LUDHIANA: Gang of snatchers busted, 6 held

DELHI: BJP sells onion at Rs 25 kg at Town Hall
Business: SEBI allows trading of Real Estate Investment Trusts
OPINION: The fall on Friday

NATION: Protests intensify in AP over safety of non-Telangana people in capital

SPORTS: Bolt best ever in the world
WORLD: Muslim Brotherhood faces ban in Egypt, death toll crosses 800


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Flooded Sutlej maroons 50 villages in Ferozepur
Ferozepur, August 18
The flood situation continues to be grim in the border district with standing crops on more than 40,000 acres of land submerged in around 50 villages situated near the Sutlej. The fear of more floods due to incessant rain is a cause for concern with residents already having started shifting to safer places. (Details on Punjab page)

Evicted from Haryana village, Sikh farmers left in lurch
Karah Sahib (Pehowa), Aug 18
Evicted from their lands, hounded by the administration, facing hostility from the village panchayat and completely dependent on the local gurdwara for food, 150 Sikh families living near Pehowa in Haryana’s Kurukshetra district are struggling to survive.
Nowhere to go
Affected Sikh families of Kupia Plat in Karah Sahib plead their case before former chairman of National Commission for Minorities on Sunday. Affected Sikh families of Kupia Plat in Karah Sahib plead their case before former chairman of National Commission for Minorities on Sunday. A Tribune photo


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