Thursday, August 22, 2013, Chandigarh, India
Edition update time 2:30 am (IST)

Chinese troops intrude into Arunachal
Enter 30 km inside Indian territory, stay for over two days before withdrawing

New Delhi, August 21
Indian and Chinese troops had a tense eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation in the eastern-most part of India in Anjaw district of Arunachal Pradesh, ratcheting up tension and raising questions among Indian security circles about the latest moves by China.

Pak Army says Capt killed in LoC firing
Islamabad, August 21
Violating the ceasefire yet again, Pakistani troops resorted to "unprovoked" firing on Indian posts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Marol sector in Kargil last night. The Pakistani troops used small arms, automatic weapons and mortars to target the Indian side, said official sources.

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Premature exit for 3 tainted PCS officers
Sword dangles over 14 others for various irregularities, including graft
Chandigarh, August 21
Punjab has prematurely retired three PCS officers, Kiran Rosy, TN Passi and Jai Pal Singh, as punishment for causing loss to state and gross misconduct, including graft. But, this is not the end of the story.

Kabul seeks economic, military aid from India
New Delhi, August 21
Vice-President Hamid Ansari with his Afghan counterpart Mohammad Karim Khalili in New Delhi on WednesdayAfghanistan today sought India’s economic and military assistance to help the embattled nation stand on its own feet after the drawdown by NATO troops in 2014. Visiting Afghanistan Second Vice-President Mohammad Karim Khalili today held talks with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
Vice-President Hamid Ansari with his Afghan counterpart Mohammad Karim Khalili in New Delhi on Wednesday. — PTI

Tata pleads for panel to examine Radia tapes
New Delhi, August 21
Ratan Tata, who has filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking protection of people’s right to privacy, today sought the setting up of an independent panel
  to examine the contents of the tapped telephonic conversations corporate lobbyist Niira Radia had with top politicians, bureaucrats and businessmen.


PUNJAB: Fearing flood, villagers clash with cops over bundh

HARYANA: HC bars dislodging of ‘poor families’

J&KKargil under tight security for council elections today

HIMACHAL: Monsoon session starts on stormy note

CHANDIGARH: Mayor leaves office, blames officials

LUDHIANA: Health Director visits civil hospitals, finds shortcomings

DELHI: Cops beat two NE students, make racist remarks
Business: Bloodbath on D-Street continues
OPINION: Politics over food

NATION: Day after activist’s death, M’rashtra okays ordinance against black magic

SPORTS: Put nation above individual interests: Sports Minister
WORLD: Syrian Oppn claims 1,300 killed in chemical attack


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Hooda urges PM to lay stone for Gorakhpur nuke plant project
New Delhi, August 21
The Haryana Government is ready to open the Gorakhpur nuclear power plant in Fatehabad district for construction shortly with the Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today meeting Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and inviting him to lay the project stone.

Amarnath Yatra ends; 3.54 lakh pilgrims visit shrine
Srinagar, August 21
A file photo of devotees on way to the shrineThe annual pilgrimage to the holy cave shrine of Amarnath concluded amid chanting of religious hymns. and performing of pooja.
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