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Wednesday, January 22, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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Pressure mounts for action against Somnath Bharti...more
Kejriwal dharna: Delhi Police files FIR against unknown persons
My mother was too strong to commit suicide, says Sunanda's son...more
India lose top ranking as New Zealand win 2nd ODI...more
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Heavy snowfall shuts Srinagar-Jammu highway...more

Capital compromise: Kejri stir off
Two cops sent on leave after Lt Governor steps in; CM calls it victory of people 

New Delhi, January 21
CM Arvind Kejriwal calls off protest. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's dharna in the heart of the capital ended late Tuesday evening after two police officers were sent on leave under a neat compromise with the Centre over his demand for suspension of five officials for alleged dereliction of duty.

CM Arvind Kejriwal calls off protest. photo: Mukesh Aggarwal/AFP
AAP supporters try to break a barricade during a protest in New Delhi.
AAP supporters try to break a barricade during a protest in New Delhi. photo: Mukesh Aggarwal/AFP

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Apex court grants life to 15 death row convicts
Cites delay in disposing mercy pleas; frames norms
New Delhi, January 21
The Supreme Court on Tuesday commuted to life term the death sentence of 15 convicts, mostly citing delays in the disposal of their mercy petitions, and laid down 12 guidelines for protecting the Fundamental Rights of prisoners on death row.

Rejection of Bhullar’s plea wrong: SC

India summons Pak envoy after cross-LoC trade suspended
New Delhi/Srinagar/Jammu/Poonch, January 21
Stranded Pakistani drivers play volleyball in front of their trucks after they were stopped by authorities at Salamabad Trade Center in Uri on Tuesday India today summoned Pakistan Acting High Commissioner Mansoor after the cross-LoC trade on the Salamabad-Chakoti and Chakan-da-Bagh-Rawlakote routes, a prized confidence-building measure between the two countries, was suspended today as the tense standoff at the Line of Control (LoC) worsened on its fifth day.

Stranded Pakistani drivers play volleyball in front of their trucks after they were stopped by authorities at Salamabad Trade Center in Uri on Tuesday. PTI

Haryana buses back, but other services hit
Chandigarh, January 21
Essential services of power and water supply were partially disrupted in Haryana as members of 128 employees unions began a 72-hour strike to press for their demands today. The state government has decided to enforce “no work no pay” rule to force employees report back on duty.



PUNJAB: AICC expands state poll panel, Ashwani in

HARYANA: Govt to regularise 8,200 roadways employees

J&KSoon, Ranjit Sagar Dam to be hotspot for water sports

HIMACHAL: Sonia to select 4 nominees out of 21 for Lok Sabha seats

CHANDIGARH: Kidnapped boy rescued

LUDHIANA: 2 held with heroin worth Rs 1.35 cr

DELHI: 26 cops, 15 AAP supporters injured in clashes
OPINIONS: Back to life

NATION: Cong gave in to ‘Maoist’ AAP: BJP

BUSINESS: India Ratings maintains dim outlook for realty sector
SPORTS: Wawrinka beards the lion in his den
WORLD: Pak jets pound militant camps, 40 killed


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Chill back in North after rain
New Delhi, January 21
Rains lashed most parts of north India today as icy winds swept the region, though minimum temperatures hovered slightly above normal in several areas. Delhiites witnessed a chilly morning with 4.8 millimetres of rains lashing the city causing a sudden decline in temperatures, throwing traffic out of gear.  The maximum was recorded at 14.6 degree Celsius, seven notches below the normal and minimum temperature was recorded at 10.2 degree Celsius, three notches above normal.

N-sub Arihant ready for trial in a few weeks
New Delhi, January 21
Weeks ahead of its slated sea trials, the Indian Navy today announced that a miniature version of the indigenously-built nuclear-powered submarine, Arihant, shall be showcased on Republic Day on January 26. A model of the submarine will be placed on an open truck and will form a part of the Republic Day parade. The model will give fair idea of the strategic depth the submarine will provide to the Navy.

Lokayukta indicts Haryana CPS Fauji in graft case
Jolt to Hooda govt as registration of criminal case recommended against him in cash-for-CLU scam
Chandigarh, January 21
Ram Kishan Fauji The Haryana Lokayukta has recommended the registration of a criminal case against Chief Parliamentary Secretary Ram Kishan Fauji in a case relating to his alleged video footage allegedly demanding Rs 5 crore bribe from a person for change of land use (CLU) for a plot along NH-8 in Gurgaon. 


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