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Kejriwal quits as Jan Lokpal hits House wall
Arvind Kejriwal addresses supporters outside AAP office in Delhi.* Congress, BJP block passage of his pet anti-graft Bill * CM urges Lt Guv to dissolve Assembly and order fresh polls
New Delhi, February 14
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tonight resigned after the Congress and the BJP blocked the Aam Aadmi Party government�s anti-corruption Jan Lokpal Bill in the Assembly. The 49-day-old government had an outside support of the Congress.

Arvind Kejriwal addresses supporters outside AAP office in Delhi. Tribune photo: MR Bhui

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Pepper shame: Meira seeks security review
New Delhi, February 14
Upset over the uproarious scenes and use of pepper spray inside the Lok Sabha, Speaker Meira Kumar today referred the matter to the Committee on Security in Parliament Complex to review arrangements to prevent members from bringing dangerous or life-threatening material into the chamber of the House.

Chill back as snow, rain lash region
Chandigarh, February 14
Whereas a fresh spell of moderate-to-heavy snowfall in upper Shimla, Kinnaur and landlocked Lahaul-Spiti hit normal life in those areas, rain in the plains, especially in most part of Punjab and Haryana, has farmers worried.

A thick blanket of snow covered Shimla on Friday. Tourists thronged the hill station for celebrations.
WHITE VALENTINE: A thick blanket of snow covered Shimla on Friday. Tourists thronged the hill station for celebrations. Photo: Amit Kanwar


PUNJAB: After HC order, police vacate Bassi Pathana building

HARYANA: Tanwar takes over as PCC chief

J&KVillage sanitation panels tasked with saving ponds

HIMACHAL: Leaders' sons, loyalists make HPCC jumbo-sized

CHANDIGARH: Thieves strike at officers' houses in P�kula

LUDHIANA: Civic body means business

DELHI: Lokpal �unconstitutional�; AAP says it's in order

OPINIONS: Peppered over

BUSINESS: Inflation cooled to 8-month low of 5.05% in January

NATION: Rahul�s Primaries project under attack

SPORTS: Ishant, Shami shoot down the Kiwis
WORLD: Snow returns to US capital


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Delhi Govt to SC: L-G against DPS Bhullar�s execution
New Delhi, February 14
The Delhi Government today informed the Supreme Court that Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung had already recommended to President Pranab Mukherjee that the death penalty awarded to Devender Pal Singh Bhullar be reduced to life sentence in view of the convict�s mental status.

Construction of Bluestar Memorial an SGPC decision, says Badal
Jalandhar, February 14
Calling SGPC chief Avtar Singh Makkar a liar, Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today said the former had made a false statement that Operation Bluestar Memorial on the Golden Temple complex was constructed on the latter�s insistence.

CM had no role: Makkar

Badal�s Muktsar gets biggest chunk of fund pie
Bathinda, February 14
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal seems to have taken a strong liking to the proverb, �Charity begins at home�. For, Rs 47.13 crore out of the Rs 55-crore grant released by the state government under the Social Infrastructure Development Fund (SIF) scheme have gone to his home district of Muktsar.
While Muktsar got 85% of the total grant, 13 out of 22 districts failed to get even a single penny




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