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11 killed, over 100 polling stations torched in Bangladesh elections...more
AAP to launch membership drive from Jan 10...more
 Corrupt will not be spared: Kejriwal...more
Muzaffarnagar riot victims refuse to vacate Shamli camp...more
Goa building collapse toll rises to 15...more
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AAP’s grand plan: To contest most LS seats
First list of candidates in 2 weeks

Kejriwal not in race
CM Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi. New Delhi, January 4
After its stunning debut, the Aam Aadmi Party on Saturday said it would attempt to contest as many seats as possible in the Lok Sabha elections this year and would declare its first list of candidates within two weeks.

CM Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal

Ties have taken a hit post Devyani, says US
Washington, January 4
The US has agreed with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that the arrest of an Indian diplomat has caused hiccups in bilateral ties, but said it is now focused on getting the relationship back on really strong footing.

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HC breather for MBBS aspirants in Punjab
Chandigarh, January 4
Students with Punjab domicile, who have passed their 10+2 from schools outside the state, are eligible for admission to medical colleges in the state, at least for the time being.

Scientist at top research unit alleges sexual harassment
Serves a notice on ICRISAT management for failing to respond to her grouse
Hyderabad, January 4
A prestigious global research organisation here is caught in an unsavoury controversy with a woman scientist alleging sexual harassment by a senior colleague and serving a legal notice on the management for failing to respond properly to her complaint.

BSF, Pakistan Rangers plan cross-border sporting events
New Delhi, January 4
The Border Security Force and the Pakistan Rangers have planned a series of confidence-building measures (CBMs) along the border for better communication and understanding between the two forces. The measures include visits of school students across the border, conducting sporting events between the BSF and the Pakistan Rangers, setting up telephonic communication between sector commanders and holding fixed meetings between local commanders.


PUNJAB: PPCC ‘resignation list’ swells

HARYANA: Charges framed against 2 MLAs

J&KOppn wants Justice Gandhi report

HIMACHAL: Cabinet meeting: Homeless to be given land in each dist

CHANDIGARH: MLA's wife, 4 others booked

LUDHIANA: MC violates RTI Act

DELHI: Polish woman raped by taxi driver
OPINIONS: The year to get it all right

NATION: Maharashtra set to slash power tariffs

SPORTS: Indian colts leading lights of Asia
WORLD: 13 dead as heavy snow blankets US


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A man clears snow near his car after a blizzard in Boston. REUTERS
Snowstorm in US; 13 dead
Residents across the US northeast braced for a weekend with temperatures plummeting to dangerously cold levels after a massive snow storm dumped several inches of snow from Boston to New York, killing at least 13 persons
Back home: Dense fog
Dense fog in the region hit air, rail and road traffic on Saturday. 16 trains coming from Bihar, Bengal, Assam and Odisha to Delhi were running behind schedule
2 dead in Haryana
Two deaths were reported in Haryana in the last 24 hours. While a middle-aged person was found dead at Ambala railway station, the body of a woman was found near a pond in Ambala city

In Badal land, ‘happy hours’ for marriage halls
Muktsar, January 4
While marriage palaces run by private individuals in Punjab are reeling under heavy taxes imposed by the government, the ones in the constituency of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and its adjoining areas have been exempted from such levies. Reason: these have been constructed with government funds.


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