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Saturday, February 1, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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Latest news, updated at 6:15 pm

Harish Rawat named new Uttarakhand Chief Minister...more
Northeast students protest against Taniam's death
Khobragade enjoys no immunity, US state dept tells court...more
Kejriwal slams discoms for announcing power cuts...more
Will quit politics if Kejriwal proves I am corrupt: Sibal...more
Efforts on to forge �new block� for LS polls: Nitish...more 
Militant killed in Pulwama encounter...more
3 arrested in Delhi heist case...more
Davis Cup: Somdev gives India 2-0 lead...more
Obama hints at easing stance on immigration...more
Indian-origin woman dies of burn injuries in Australia...more
Fog disrupts normal life in Punjab, Haryana...more

U�khand CM quits, Rawat top choice
Himalayan tsunami takes toll on Bahuguna as Cong bows to state unit pressure
Dehradun/New Delhi, January 31
The Congress today put an end to days of speculation over its Uttarakhand Chief Minister asking Vijay Bahuguna to quit his post. Bahuguna submitted his resignation to Governor Dr Aziz Qureshi at Raj Bhawan. The Governor has accepted his resignation and asked him to continue till a new CM  takes over.
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna in Dehradun on Friday. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna in Dehradun on Friday. tribune photo

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SC orders stay on Bhullar�s execution
New Delhi, January 31
The Supreme Court today stayed the execution of Devender Pal Singh Bhullar on a petition filed by his wife Navneet Kaur seeking commutation of the death penalty awarded to him in the 1993 bomb attack case.

Sirsa man rapes ex-lover, attacks her with acid
Sirsa, January 31
A man first allegedly raped his former live-in partner and then poured acid on her at Sirsa�s Rania town on Thursday. The victim received acid burns on her face, arms and a knee and she was shifted to the Sirsa General Hospital. The police have booked Ramesh Kumar of Dhani Shaminder Singh village for rape, assault and criminal intimidation and efforts were on to arrest him.

Delhi fracas: Arunachal MLA�s son dies
New Delhi, January 31
The son of an Arunachal Pradesh MLA died here after he was allegedly beaten up by some shopkeepers following an altercation sparked by taunts on his hair colour. Social activists and twitter remarks see the incident as yet another case of North-East people increasingly becoming a target of attacks in different parts of the country.


PUNJAB: YAD holds anti-Cong protests across state

HARYANA: Apex court rejects victims� plea for relocation

J&KPathribal case: Kashmir shuts in protest against Army verdict

HIMACHAL: Viplove elected to Rajya Sabha

CHANDIGARH: Robbers strike at will on city roads

LUDHIANA: Iron hand in velvet glove

DELHI: Delhiites to pay more for power from today
OPINIONS: Tenure turbulence

NATION: AAP to field candidates against all �corrupt leaders�, says Kejriwal

BUSINESS: Govt lowers FY13 GDP growth to 4.5% from 5%
SPORTS: Kiwis leave India shell-shocked
WORLD: Ukraine Prez approves amnesty, repeals anti-protest legislation


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Delhi cop assaults Tribune lensman
New Delhi, January 31
A photographer of The Tribune, Manas Ranjan Bhui, wasA video grab of a Delhi Police constable slapping The Tribune photojournalist Manas Ranjan Bhui near Rajghat in New Delhi. assaulted by a Delhi Police constable while taking pictures of a rampaging elephant in central Delhi this afternoon. The constable, Sandeep Twetia, posted at the Desh Bandhu Gupta Road police station has been suspended.
A video grab of a Delhi Police constable slapping The Tribune photojournalist Manas Ranjan Bhui near Rajghat in New Delhi.

US downgrades India�s aviation safety ranking
New Delhi, January 31
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) today downgraded India�s aviation safety ranking to category 2, putting it below Pakistan and on a par with countries such as Zimbabwe and Bangladesh. The FAA�s reassessment of India�s aviation regulator �the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) � under the International Aviation Safety Assessment (IASA) programme was conveyed to DGCA new chief Prabhat Kumar this afternoon.


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