Thursday, September 12, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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Prosecution seeks death penalty for rapists; sentencing tomorrow
New Delhi, September 11
A fast track court on Wednesday reserved its order for Friday on sentencing the four men convicted for gang-raping a 23-year-old physiotherapy intern on a moving bus in the National Capital on December 16 last.
The vehicle carrying the four convicts arrives at Saket court in New Delhi on Wednesday The vehicle carrying the four convicts arrives at Saket court in New Delhi on Wednesday.

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Rahul’s message to Modi: We aren’t going anywhere
* Kickstarts Cong campaign in Rajasthan
* Challenges BJP
Salumbar (Udaipur), September 11
The one lakh-strong crowd gathered in this tribal belt of Mewar broke into hysterical applause this afternoon when Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi kickstarted the party’s poll campaign in the state from here, throwing an open challenge to the Narendra Modi-led Opposition BJP.

86 days after Himalayan tsunami, prayers resume at Kedarnath
Dehradun, September 11
The precincts of the eight-century-old Kedarnath Temple once again reverberated with the tolling of bells and chanting of Vedic hymns as the doors of the shrine opened on Wednesday and proper puja was performed for the first time 86 days after flashfloods in Uttarakhand left hundreds of pilgrims and locals dead.
ALL DECKED UP: Priests and devotees assemble for puja at Kedarnath Temple ALL DECKED UP: Priests and devotees assemble for puja at Kedarnath Temple.

Curfew relaxed for 5 hrs, cop hurt in fresh clash
Muzaffarnagar/Lucknow, September 11
With the situation showing improvement, curfew was relaxed for five hours today in riot-hit Muzaffarnagar while Baghpat witnessed a communal clash leaving a constable injured.

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PUNJAB: Fate of project for widows uncertain

HARYANA: MLAs seek amnesty for illegal constructions

J&KKargil council stalemate over, Cong to stake claim

HIMACHAL: State hopes to find buyers for surplus power

CHANDIGARH: Chief Postmaster General found dead

LUDHIANA: Mission impossible for MC

DELHI: Candidates asked to open bank account for expenses
BUSINESS: Crisil trims GDP forecast to 4.8%
OPINION: Foreign universities

NATION: Shinde warns of more violence ahead of polls

SPORTS: No Pak team in CLT20, hockey too could take a hit
WORLD: Obama delays strike as Syria agrees on Russian plan






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Hooda brings legislation to rehabilitate Punjabi farmers
Chandigarh, September 11
The Haryana Government has fulfilled a long-pending demand of Punjabi farmers in the state by bringing in a legislation that will restore land to them on lease for 99 years. The state had evicted many farmers, who had been tilling land given to them on lease, after the expiry of the lease period in 1972.
Farmers of Pehowa and Ghula Assembly segments with CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda in Chandigarh Farmers of Pehowa and Ghula Assembly segments with CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda in Chandigarh. Tribune photo

Punjab Govt gives clean chit to 10 PCS officers
Extends their job contract till Dec 31
Chandigarh, September 11
Strange are the ways of the Punjab government. Initially, it expressed reservation over extending the contractual services of 10 retired PCS officers allegedly because of some objection to their way of functioning.

In cash-starved Punjab, no old-age pension since June
Chandigarh, September 11
Boisterous claims by Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal about the robust state of finances mean nothing to lakhs of old-age pensioners, widows, disabled and dependent children enrolled under various welfare schemes of the state government.




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