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Antony blames Pak army for spike in infiltration
Says terrorists can’t sneak in without support of troops on other side
New Delhi, October 30
In a scathing attack on the Pakistan Army, Defence Minister AK Antony on Wednesday accused it of aiding and abetting infiltration of terrorists into India.

14 political parties pledge to counter communal forces
Say not forging Third Front; Cong ally NCP part of group
New Delhi, October 30
Fourteen political parties across the non-BJP spectrum today shared a platform pledging to counter the rise of communal forces in the country. The parties, however, denied that there was an attempt to forge a national political alternative ahead of the 2014 Lok Sabha poll.

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Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, SP chief Mulayam SIngh Yadav and CPI leader Prakash Karat during a convention in New Delhi on Wednesday. Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, SP chief Mulayam SIngh Yadav and CPI leader Prakash Karat during a convention in New Delhi on Wednesday. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal

She lost self-esteem, her father and all hope for justice
Hisar, October 30
The by-lanes of Dabra, the village she grew up in, her warm welcoming home with memories stashed away in its every corner, the friends she loved to spend her evenings with by the village pond, her carefree life, her ringing laughter, the happy times-Shilpa (name changed), today, pines for all this and more.

‘Doctored’ lab reports
Punjab Police revisits suspect drug cases
Amritsar, October 30
The Punjab Police has started reassessing cases wherein narcotic samples were labelled as “failed” or having “diluted narcotic contents” allegedly by certain employees of the government chemical laboratory at Kharar to help drug smugglers.

Fresh clashes in Muzaffarnagar; 3 dead
Lucknow, October 30
Three persons were killed in fresh outbreak of communal violence at Hussainpur village of Muzaffarnagar district in Uttar Pradesh this evening.


PUNJAB: Tewari takes up Pbi varsity land transfer with Patil

HARYANA: On HC orders, state appoints nodal officers

J&KLeft, regional parties join hands to launch People's United Front

HIMACHAL: HPU Regional Centre gets new building

CHANDIGARH: Probe hits a roadblock

LUDHIANA: Man strangles wife to death

DELHI: Cong list: 40 MLAs to be renominated
OPINIONS: Saluting the Sardar

BUSINESS: Consumer confidence in India has gone down: Nielsen survey

NATION: 45 burnt alive in AP bus crash

SPORTS: Lightning strikes twice
WORLD: US spymaster defends snooping on leaders




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Hike diesel rates by Rs 5, says govt panel
New Delhi, October 30
The government-appointed Kirit Parikh panel has recommended that diesel prices should be immediately hiked by Rs 5 per litre and the quota of subsidised LPG cylinders reduced to 6 cylinders per household in a year from 9 at present.

Flag meet effect: J-K border farmers head back to fields
Jammu, October 30
The sector-level flag meeting between India and Pakistan yesterday promising peace along the International Border has gradually started bringing farmers from both sides back to their fields up to the Zero Line.
Farmers in their paddy fields at Suchetgarh border village of RS Pura in Jammu. Farmers in their paddy fields at Suchetgarh border village of RS Pura in Jammu. Tribune photo: Inderjeet Singh


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