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Cameron orders probe into Thatcher link
Sikh diaspora expresses outrage, presses for full disclosures
British Prime Minister David Cameron has asked his Cabinet Secretary to urgently look into the government's role in the events which led to the military operation at the Golden Temple in 1984 and establish the facts, said a foreign office spokesman. The documents � suggesting that the Margaret Thatcher government helped India plan Operation Bluestar � have proven deeply embarrassing for the British Government.

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No hallmarks of �special ops�� Indian or foreign
Chandigarh, January 14
While reports based on archival documents suggest that India sought help of the UK's Special Air Service (SAS), the actual conduct of Operation Bluestar in June 1984 had none of the hallmarks of a surgical stealth operation that special forces the world over are famous for.

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Ready for the big role, hints Rahul
New Delhi, January 14
Ahead of the January 17 AICC session where a decision is expected to be taken on the elevation of Rahul Gandhi as the Congress� prime ministerial candidate, the party vice-president has said he will do whatever the party asks him to, but has not quite understood this national fixation about the post of the Prime Minister.

Parties use Maghi stage to target rivals
Chandigarh, January 14
The Congress rally at the Maghi Mela came as a big morale booster for the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) president Partap Singh Bajwa, who got unflinching support from the All-India Congress Committee (AICC) on his demand for a CBI inquiry into the alleged association of Akali leaders with drug lord Jagdish Bhola. (Detailed coverage on Punjab page)

(From left) PPCC chief Partap Singh Bajwa, Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda, AICC general secy Shakeel Ahmed and MLA Rana Gurmeet Sodhi at Maghi Mela in Muktsar on Tuesday.

(From left) PPCC chief Partap Singh Bajwa, Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda, AICC general secy Shakeel Ahmed and MLA Rana Gurmeet Sodhi at Maghi Mela in Muktsar on Tuesday. A Tribune photo


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8 Punjab cops get life term for murder
Bathinda, January 14
The court of Additional Sessions Judge today sentenced eight policemen, who were found guilty of killing a city resident 22 years ago, to life imprisonment. The body has not been recovered till date. The victim's relatives had accused the eight policemen of arresting Paramjit Singh, killing him and disposing of the body.

Expelled diplomat�s comments his own: US
Washington, January 14
The US has distanced itself from the alleged offensive comments made by its diplomat, who was expelled by India in a tit-for-tat action following the arrest of a senior Indian diplomat in New York last month.
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Bathinda-Srinagar gas pipeline via Haryana hits hurdle
Hooda govt yet to clear project; Omar writes to Haryana CM, seeks speedy action
Jammu, January 14
The ambitious Bathinda-Srinagar gas pipeline project that promises round-the-clock LPG supply in the Valley has hit a roadblock as it hasn�t got a clearance from the Haryana Government yet. The 750-km proposed pipeline would originate from Bathinda and after passing through Haryana, cover eight districts of Jammu and Kashmir up to its tail end in Srinagar.


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