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Tuesday, February 25, 2014, Chandigarh, India

updated at 4:30 pm

Lalu accuses Nitish of conspiracy
Patna: With some of his MLAs parting ways, RJD's Lalu Prasad today accused CM Nitish Kumar of "conspiracy".

Nitish trashes Lalu's charge
New Delhi: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar today said the JD(U) would welcome rebel RJD MLAs into its fold and rejected Lalu's allegations.

Shinde�s U-turn: Says meant social media
Sholapur: After threatening to "crush" the electronic media, Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde did a U-turn saying he meant social media.

Leopard panicks Muzaffarnagar
Muzaffarnagar: After a leopard wrecked havoc in neighbouring Meerut district, panic prevailed here as the big cat killed a goat in Kutesra village.

SDJM suspended for seeking sexual favour
Patna: SDJM of Sherghati in Gaya district has been suspended by the Patna High Court for allegedly seeking sexual favours from a senior medical officer.

Pak air strikes target militant hideouts

The Pakistan military today carried out air strikes targeting militant hideouts in tribal region of North and South Waziristan.

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Rahul attacks Modi over migrants
At Sonepat rally, says BJP taking credit for Congress achievements

Gannaur (Sonepat), Feb 24
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi today said the BJP was a party centred around an individual whereas the Congress believed in decentralising power. He said the BJP was taking credit for achievements made by Congress over the years.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi (C) with Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda (left), PPCC chief Partap SIngh Bajwa (green turban) and an ex-servicemen at an interactive meet in Chandigarh on Monday.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi (C) with Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda (left), PPCC chief Partap Singh Bajwa (green turban) and an ex-servicemen at an interactive meet in Chandigarh on Monday. Tribune photo: Pradeep Tewari




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Implement one rank-one pension before poll code: Ex-servicemen
Chandigarh, February 24
Ex-servicemen today demanded that the notification for the implementation of one rank-one pension (OROP) formula for defence personnel be issued by the government as soon as possible. They said there were still some apprehensions and lack of clarity on the announcement.

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Jolt to Lalu as 13 RJD MLAs join Nitish camp, 6 return later
Patna, February 24
In a jolt to Lalu Prasad ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, the RJD split today as 13 of the 22 RJD MLAs in Bihar announced they have quit the party but six of them later claimed they are not part of the breakaway faction. The MLAs, who quit in a dramatic development, pledged support to the Nitish Kumar government.

Can�t terminate RIL contract: Moily to PM
New Delhi, February 24
Oil Minister M Veerappa Moily has told Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that Reliance Industries' contract for KG-D6 gas fields cannot be terminated pending arbitration on issue of output lagging targets. Moily, in a 13-page letter to the Prime Minister, explained the process, the contractual requirement and the steps followed for raising natural gas prices from April 1, without which several gas fields of both private sector firm RIL and state-owned ONGC would find production economically non-viable.


PUNJAB: Badal counters Sidhu, says no invites sent for Modi rally

HARYANA: BJP leader�s body cremated

J&KWill continue to push for partial revocation of AFSPA: Omar

HIMACHAL: Tug-of-war between CM, Sukhu

CHANDIGARH: Parties hunt for displaced voters

LUDHIANA: Rs 1315 cr MC budget passed amid uproar

DELHI: Man kills wife, two daughters, hangs self

OPINIONS: Modi doublespeak

NATION: IM links with Al-Qaeda revealed

BUSINESS: RBI priority is to bring down inflation: Rajan
SPORTS: India look to regain winning touch
WORLD: Top Taliban commander killed in Pak


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No death penalty for marines, Centre tells SC
New Delhi, February 24
The Centre today informed the Supreme Court that the two Italian marines, accused of shooting down two Indian fishermen off Kerala coast on February 15, 2012, would not be slapped with any charge that would entail awarding them death penalty.

India, China discuss military hotline, peacekeeping
New Delhi, February 24
India and China today decided to expand their military ties during the sixth Annual Defence and Security Dialogue here today. Maintaining peace on the border areas, addition of new levels of interaction, series of hotlines, code of conduct for their navies and meeting between respective Director General of Military Operations (DGMOs) were agreed upon in the meeting.

Cheaper liquor in new Punjab excise policy
Chandigarh, February 24
The new excise policy for 2014-15, approved by the state Cabinet today, will lead to a fall in the retail prices of liquor. To increase revenue collections from excise by Rs 724 crore, the Cabinet has approved doubling the number of licencing units so as to increase competition, thus bringing down the liquor retail prices.


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