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Tuesday, February 4, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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Rajiv assassination case: SC reserves order on convicts' plea...more
UK to reveal Margaret Thatcher's role in Operation Bluestar...more
BJP opposes PM proposal to make Rao Lokpal member...more
Ishrat case: CBI gives documents to Law Ministry...more
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AAP asks Prez to act against Sheila over illegal colonies
New Delhi, February 3
Sheila Dikshit In reply to the comments sought by President on the Lokayukta report, the Delhi Government today wrote a letter demanding strict action against former Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit for alleged irregularities in regularising unauthorised colonies in the city. �The letter states that strict against should be taken against Sheila Dikshit in accordance with the law,� said senior Delhi government official.

BJP tried to buy me off: AAP MLA
New Delhi, February 3
AAP MLA Madan Lal along with party leader Sanjay Singh addresses mediapersons in New Delhi. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) fears that the BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley are allegedly trying to topple the Kejriwal-led government.

AAP MLA Madan Lal along with party leader Sanjay Singh addresses mediapersons in New Delhi. Tribune Photo

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Manmohan wants 2% of GDP for R&D in science
Jammu, February 3
Science was yet to get its �due�, said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today and emphasised that the science needed to be high in country�s value system to get �moral and material� support from entire society for its development.

Ashutosh�s body in �freezer�
Nurmahal, February 3
Six days after Divya Jyoti Jagriti Sansthan (DJJS) dera head Ashutosh Maharaj was said to be "clinically dead," dera representatives on Monday said his body lay in a freezer - a portable mortuary.

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PUNJAB: Guru Gobind Singh Marg, Dashmesh Pillars face neglect

HARYANA: Electric shock victim sees a ray of hope

J&KFresh snowfall in Valley, Ladakh

HIMACHAL: BJP disrupts Governor�s Address, stages walkout

CHANDIGARH: Violators to be challaned from today

LUDHIANA: TB, AIDS patients at receiving end

DELHI: Suspend licence if BSES resorts to power cuts: Govt tells DERC
OPINIONS: Back to future
BUSINESS: 2G spectrum auction begins, demand sluggish in 1,800 MHz

NATION: Let House function, govt urges parties

SPORTS: Middle order shows revival signs
WORLD: Thai protesters renew efforts to oust PM


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Anger on streets after Khanna boy�s �killing� 
Gosla (Khanna), February 2
Relatives of 21-year-old Kulwinder Singh, who was allegedly killed in a firing by the Youth Akali Dal (Rural) president and his accomplices yesterday, staged a dharna on the national highway-1 by placing the body on the road and blocking the traffic today.

Captain of INS Airavat pays for error, removed from command
New Delhi, February 3
The Navy has cracked the whip for committing errors at sea and has removed the Commander of INS Airavat from command after one of the propellers of the warship got damaged when it travelled down a wrong alignment near the harbour at Vishakhapatnam. The warship, an amphibious one and used to land troops close to the shore, suffered damage to its propellers while entering the harbour on January 30.

The Tribune reigns supreme, again No. 1 in region
Chandigarh, February 3
The Tribune has yet again emerged as the region's No. 1 English daily newspaper in circulation, according to the latest report of the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC). According to the recently released ABC circulation figures for the period June-January 2013, The Tribune's circulation in the region comprising the states of Punjab, Haryana (excluding Gurgaon and Faridabad), Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and Union Territory of Chandigarh is 3,26,568 copies, way ahead of Hindustan Times (1,43,421) and The Times of India (1,09,516).


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