Tuesday, November 12, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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CBI must work under govt: PM
Says it’s inappropriate for the agency to sit in judgement over policy matters
New Delhi, November 11
PM Manmohan Singh with Union Minister Kapil Sibal in New Delhi.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today categorically said the Central Bureau of Investigation must function under the government while drawing a line for the agency saying it was “not appropriate” for it to sit in judgement over policy matters when there is nothing mala fide.
PM Manmohan Singh with Union Minister Kapil Sibal in New Delhi. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal

On Kashmir, Pak dumps Mush plan, backs plebiscite
Srinagar, November 11
Sartaj Aziz, Pak PM’s adviser, met J-K separatists on SundayA Kashmiri separatist leader who met a top adviser of Pakistani Prime Minister in New Delhi on Sunday said she sensed a change in policy of the new government in Islamabad, which “admitted” to her that former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf’s policy on the region was a “mistake”.
Sartaj Aziz, Pak PM’s adviser, met J-K separatists on Sunday

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Will give Pak benefit of doubt but not at India's cost: Khurshid
Foreign Minister Salman Khurshid with Pak PM Nawaz Sharif's adviser Sartaj Aziz in Gurgaon on Monday.New Delhi, November 11
Amid strain in ties with Islamabad, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid will meet Pakistan Prime Minister's Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz tomorrow evening on the margins of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) in Gurgaon.

India, Pak for better Asia-Europe ties

Foreign Minister Salman Khurshid with Pak PM Nawaz Sharif's adviser Sartaj Aziz in Gurgaon on Monday. — PTI

Punjab ex-DGP says Zail, Buta played dubious game
Blames KPS Gill for lapses in Longowal’s security
New Delhi, November 11
Retired Punjab DGP Kirpal Dhillon has blamed former President Zail Singh and former Home Minister Buta Singh of playing a "dubious game" meant to scuttle whatever the Rajiv-Longowal accord-signed in 1985-meant to achieve.


PUNJAB: Badal launches health insurance scheme for poor

HARYANA: Man saves village common land against all odds

J&KDiplomatic efforts bear fruit, no Pak firing in 10 days

HIMACHAL: Vigilance grills Anurag for 2 hours

CHANDIGARH: Whiff of big wheat scam

LUDHIANA: Woman dies in train mishap

DELHI: 200 jhuggis burnt in Ghazipur fire
OPINIONS: Standing tall

BUSINESS: Trade deficit widens, but exports jump to $27.2 bn

NATION: Chhattisgarh: 67% defy Naxal boycott 

SPORTS: Go get a 400, Lara tells Sachin
WORLD: Philippines struggle to help typhoon victims


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Punjab druglord Bhola, four aides held near Delhi
Patiala/Rajpura, November 11
Dismissed Punjab Deputy Superintendent of Police Jagdish Singh Bhola, alleged kingpin of an extensive drug network in North India, along with his four associates was arrested from an eatery on the GT Road at Ghanaur, near New Delhi, today.

PIL in SC to end use of ‘my lord’
New Delhi, November 11
A PIL plea for banishing the continued use of “my lord and your lordship” to address the judges came up for hearing in the Supreme Court today, but no arguments could be advanced as Justice Ranjan Gogoi, sitting alongside Chief Justice P Sathasivam, opted out of the case.

Punjab land grab: Justice Kuldip Singh Special Tribunal Report Part-III
Self before service in Bartana village deals
Chandigarh, November 11
While dwelling on the issue of grabbing of the shamlat and panchayat lands, the Special Tribunal headed by Justice Kuldip Singh brought out how Kuldip Singh Minhas, Director, Consolidation of Holdings, Punjab, himself became the beneficiary by passing an illegal order regarding the partition of a shamlat land in Bartana village.




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