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Monday, February 10, 2014, Chandigarh, India
Edition update time 2:30 am (IST)

Latest news, updated at 6:00 pm

Betting charges against Meiyappan stand proved: Mudgal report...more
Ban Srinivasan for life, says Lalit Modi...more

Uproar in Parliament over Telangana issue...more
Telangana issue: PM invites top BJP leaders for dinner...more
Taniam died due to injuries to his head and face: Autopsy report...more
I am not trying to topple myself: Kejriwal...more

Kejriwal meets LG, discusses Jan Lokpal Bill...more
Independent MLA Shokeen to withdraw support to AAP govt...more
Collusive corruption a formidable challenge: CBI...more

Nitish, Left leaders meet to give shape to �Third Force�
Public sector bank staff begin two-day strike; operations hit...more

Foodgrain output set for new high: Pawar
* Record production will tone down inflation
* Give boost to various industry segments
New Delhi, February 9
Foodgrain production is likely to touch a record 263.2 million tonnes (mt) this year, beating the previous high achieved two years ago, Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar said today. �The country is likely to achieve record 263.2 million tonnes foodgrain production this year.
Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar felicitates President Pranab Mukherjee in Nagpur Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar felicitates President Pranab Mukherjee in Nagpur. PTI

Bills to Centre: MHA to consider Kejriwal�s request
New Delhi, February 9
The Home Ministry is likely to consider Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal�s request for withdrawal of a 12-year-old order that makes it mandatory for all Bills to be sent to the Centre before being tabled in the Delhi Assembly.

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Delhi CM threatens to quit
New Delhi, February 9
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tonight threatened to resign if the state Assembly failed to clear the Jan Lokpal Bill. The Bill is opposed both by the Congress, which lends outside support to the AAP government, as well as the Opposition BJP.

Three-day shutdown in Valley; curbs imposed
Srinagar, February 9
Restrictions were imposed and mobile Internet services blocked across the Valley as a three-day shutdown to mark the anniversaries of the hanging of two Kashmiris, including Parliament attack convict Muhammad Afzal Guru, began in the region today.

Surprised why Yadu not held, says Khanna shooting witness
Chandigarh, February 9
An eyewitness in the Khanna shooting incident, in which a youth was killed, today condemned the Punjab police for inaction in arresting the key accused, Yadwinder Singh Yadu. The accused is a claimant to the post of district president of the Ludhiana Youth Akali Dal (Rural).
Gurdial Kaur, mother of the victim allegedly killed by Yadwinder Singh Yadu (inset) Gurdial Kaur, mother of the victim allegedly killed by Yadwinder Singh Yadu (inset). Tribune photos


PUNJAB: Dera chief�s kin break fast, decide to move apex court

HARYANA: Youth commits suicide, wife, three cops among 9 booked

J&KHealth Minister�s exit to affect NC-Cong show in LS elections

HIMACHAL: HPU staff threaten stir over scant aid

CHANDIGARH: Man kills 2 sons, commits suicide

LUDHIANA: Fire breaks out at Silver Arc Mall

DELHI: Acid attack on woman in East Delhi

OPINIONS: Delhi needs more powers

BUSINESS: Don�t overestimate actual returns from real estate

NATION: SC agrees to decide relief amount for Bhakra-Beas power projects

SPORTS: Wheels come off in final lap
WORLD: Obama eases immigration rule for terrorist supporters


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EGS teachers call off Bathinda stir
Chandigarh/Bathinda, February 9
Agitating Employment Guarantee Scheme (EGS) volunteers called off their agitation this evening after a round of discussions with Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal. They agreed to the administration�s offer of taking the body of the child who died during their agitation to Bambiha Bhai village in Moga district and perform its last rites tomorrow.

12 yrs of neglect: Sand, grass choke Hansi canal
Jind, February 9
The water-carrying capacity of the Hansi Branch canal -- once the lifeline of Jind � has shrunk by half as the Irrigation Department in Haryana forgot to clean it even once in 12 years. The villages that depend on its water have been forced to exploit the groundwater, resulting in its depletion.
The Hansi Branch canal has not been cleaned for the past 12 years The Hansi Branch canal has not been cleaned for the past 12 years.


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