Saturday, November 23, 2013, Chandigarh, India
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Tejpal booked for rape
On his trail, Goa Police reaches Delhi as Tehelka editor faces arrest
New Delhi, November 22
Editor-in-Chief of Tehelka Tarun Tejpal faces imminent arrest and a jail term of not less than 10 years extending up to life with the Goa Police today booking him on rape, aggravated sexual assault and sexual harassment charges under new provisions of the reworked anti-rape law which Parliament passed earlier this year.
ABVP activists protest against Tehelka Editor-in-Chief Tarun Tejpal in New Delhi on Friday. ABVP activists protest against Tehelka Editor-in-Chief Tarun Tejpal in New Delhi on Friday. Tribune photo: Manas Ranjan Bhui

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Sexual harassment: Law clear on safety steps
Firms bound to draft policy and have internal committees to tackle complaints in such cases
New Delhi, November 22
All government and private companies and establishments are legally bound to draft anti-sexual harassment policy and set up internal committees to address complaints of sexual harassment.

Gang-raped twice, minor Sonepat girl seeks justice
Sonepat, November 22
Braving odds, a minor Class VIII girl today narrated the horrifying tale of how she was raped twice and her plea for registration of a police case fell on deaf ears.

PM: US push in Indo-Pacific region fraught with risks
New Delhi, November 22
Terming the gradual shifting of balance in the global strategic environment from the West to East as a development fraught with uncertainty, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today asked top commanders of the tri-services to prepare to tackle the altering landscape institutionally.
PM Manmohan Singh with defence commanders at a conference in New Delhi on Friday. PM Manmohan Singh with defence commanders at a conference in New Delhi on Friday. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal


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PUNJAB: I-T payers kept out of food security scheme

HARYANA: Students on rampage after youth�s death, torch 3 buses

J&K65th Poonch Link-Up Day celebrated

HIMACHAL: Ridge, Mall to be vendor-free zone

CHANDIGARH: A repeat of Jyoti murder

LUDHIANA: Ex-sarpanch cleared from charges

DELHI: Sting operation exposes AAP, says Dikshit
OPINIONS: Felicitating the tainted

BUSINESS: EGoM accepts Telecom Commission�s pricing

NATION: SC: Consensual sex on false promise of marriage is rape

SPORTS: The boy who is now the king
WORLD: 35 killed, 166 hurt in China oil pipeline blast


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Trouble mounts for Punjab CPS
Faces action for undertaking real estate projects without NOCs
NK SharmaChandigarh, November 22
It�s not just the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee president Partap Singh Bajwa who is in trouble for his land deals. The state government is initiating action against Chief Parliamentary Secretary NK Sharma, who is also SAD treasurer, for his failure to get environment clearance for his realty projects at Zirakpur.

35 killed, 166 hurt in China oil pipeline blast
Beijing, November 22
At least 35 people  were killed and over 166 people injured when a leaking petroleum pipeline caught fire and exploded today in China's coastal city of Qingdao, in the latest deadly industrial disaster to hit the country.
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By year-end, you can get diabetes checked for Rs 3-5
New Delhi, November 22
India is all set to take a big leap forward in the field of screening diabetes with the Ministry of Health ready to launch an affordable diabetes diagnostic strip by the end of this year. Costing Rs 3 to 5 as against the currently available market alternatives for Rs 15 to 30, the new diabetes screening strips and readers would enable potential diabetics to screen their sugar levels at home enabling them to seek treatment.


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