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After water, power sop for Delhiites
AAP govt cuts electricity charges by 50% up to 400 units
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal with CAG Shashi Kant Sharma in New Delhi.New Delhi, December 31
After free water, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)-led Delhi Government today announced 50 per cent power subsidy for the people. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said consumers using up to 400 units every month will get 50 per cent subsidy. The subsidy will be given with effect from January 1, 2014.

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal with CAG Shashi Kant Sharma in New Delhi. A Tribune photo

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Kang rises in revolt against Bajwa
Chandigarh, December 31
With Congress MLA and three-time former minister Jagmohan Singh Kang raising the banner of revolt against Punjab Pradesh Congress president Partap Singh Bajwa, the crisis in the Punjab unit of the party further deepened today.

Diplomat�s Arrest in NY
US envoy Powell expresses �regret�
New Delhi, December 31
US Ambassador to India Nancy Powell today expressed �regret� for the circumstances under which India�s Deputy Counsul General in New York Devyani Khobragade was arrested. She believed that it would not cast a shadow on the expanding bilateral relations, even as New Delhi insisted it is serious about the process it initiated in pursuing the case.

White-out in Valley as 2014 ushers in
Srinagar dons a white mantle as several parts of the Kashmir valley witnessed heavy snowfall on New Year�s Eve.
Srinagar dons a white mantle as several parts of the Kashmir valley witnessed heavy snowfall on New Year�s Eve. Tribune photo: Amin War


PUNJAB: Govt denies extension to 5 of 32 re-employed PCS officers

HARYANA: Mainstream parties held mega rallies to test waters

J&KNow, think twice before misusing water

HIMACHAL: Demand for CM�s ouster gets shriller

CHANDIGARH: Tricity welcomes New Year in style

LUDHIANA: Pending projects to be ready in 2014

DELHI: Cong questions free water supply
BUSINESS: Core sector output dipped to 1.7% in November
OPINIONS: New beginnings

NATION: UP riot victims want �killers� behind bars

SPORTS: Yuvi axed for New Zealand tour; Binny, Pandey get nod
WORLD: Israel releases 26 Palestinian prisoners ahead of Kerry visit


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Three arrested for assault on student in Oz
Melbourne, December 31
The Victoria police have arrested three teenaged boys in connection with the attack on Punjabi student Manrajwinder Singh in a Melbourne park in the early hours of Sunday. The arrests in this case of robbery and serious assault were made from the northern suburbs of the city.

Virbhadra to explain his stand to Sonia
Shimla/New Delhi, December 31
Under attack from the BJP over corruption allegations, Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh was on Tuesday asked by the Congress high command to explain his position. The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, led by its president Anurag Thakur, held a protest outside the residence of Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi demanding Virbhadra�s resignation.

Punjab investment� reality check-iv
Poor road network may put brakes on business
Chandigarh, December 31
While promising state-of-the-art infrastructure to investors in Punjab, Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal had glossed over the ground realities, including the poor road network. Behind the facade of the state�s �glowing face� lies the ugly reality of increasing road accidents and frequent traffic jams in all major towns of Punjab.






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