Punjab | Haryana | Jammu & Kashmir | Himachal | Regional Briefs | Nation | Opinions | Letters | Busniess | Sports | World

Wednesday, February 26, 2014, Chandigarh, India

updated at 4:30 pm

BJP slams Khurshid's remark on Modi
NEW DELHI:� BJP today slammed Union Minister Salman Khurshid for describing Narendra Modi as "impotent" and asked him to apologise for the "regrettable" and "shameful" comment, saying it only reflects the Congress party's "desperation".

Subrata Roy fails to appear, SC issues NBW
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court today issued non bailable arrest warrant against Sahara Chief Subrata Roy for his failure to appear before it in connection with the case in which his two companies have been directed to refund Rs 20,000 crore to investors.

LJP ties up with BJP
NEW DELHI: Ram Vilas Paswan�s LJP had, on Wednesday, tied up with BJP for the Lok Sabha polls. Earlier, a meeting of the LJP Parliamentary Board was held at a time when the party is unhappy with the delay in firming up seat-sharing arrangement with Congress and RJD.

Five Navy personnel injured in submarine mishap
MUMBAI: Five Navy personnel were seriously injured today in a mishap involving the Russian-origin Kilo Class submarine INS Sindhuratna off the coast of Mumbai.

Obama tells Pentagon to plan for Afghan pullout
WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama threatened on Tuesday to withdraw all U.S. troops from Afghanistan by the end of this year if a crucial security pact is not signed and he ordered the Pentagon to accelerate planning for just that scenario.

Pakistan warns of civil war in Afghanistan
WASHINGTON: Pakistan has reportedly warned that withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan may result in civil war. The remark comes in the wake of the Obama
administration threatening �zero option�, following which no US troops would be left on the ground after 2014.

Today's PUBLISHED Newspaper
Edition update time 2:30 am (IST)


Online Shopping Coupons 2013
Save Money, use coupons & Deals from Snapdeal, Flipkart, Myntra & Jabong.

Third Front firms up, vows to drub UPA, BJP
11 parties join hands to present �democratic, secular� alternative
Skip talk on PM candidate
New Delhi, February 25
Eleven political parties today promised to oust the Congress from the Centre and prevent the BJP from coming to power by offering themselves as an alternative to them ahead of the Lok Sabha polls.

HD Deve Gowda (JD-S) Prakash Karat (CPI) Sharad Yadav (JD-U) and Mulayam Singh Yadav (SP) at a press conference in New Delhi on Tuesday.
From left: HD Deve Gowda (JD-S) Prakash Karat (CPI) Sharad Yadav (JD-U) and Mulayam Singh Yadav (SP) at a press conference in New Delhi on Tuesday. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal




Designing & Printing
Business Stationary
Brochure / Posters / Flyers. Booking of Newspaper Ads
Website Designing

Special Features






Lalu parades nine rebel MLAs, says CM hatching plot
Patna, February 25
RJD president Lalu Prasad today hit the streets, accusing Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of luring his party MLAs and asserting that nine of the 13 legislators who reportedly broke away have denied parting ways.

Criminal complaint filed against Joshi, kin in dual votes case
Amritsar, February 25
The district administration today filed a criminal complaint against Punjab Local Bodies Minister Anil Joshi and eight members of his family for having enrolled as voters at two different places.

25 INLD legislators suspended from House
Accused of indiscipline, the MLAs� suspension will continue for rest of the session

Chandigarh, February 25
INLD MLAs protest outside the Haryana Assembly on Tuesday.Twenty-five MLAs of the Opposition Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) were suspended for the rest of the ongoing Budget session of the Haryana Assembly today.

INLD MLAs protest outside the Haryana Assembly on Tuesday. Tribune Photo: Manoj Mahajan


PUNJAB: Govt employees work entire night to �please� Badal Bahu

HARYANA: CM flays Oppn conduct

J&KClashes in Kupwara over killing of 7 militants

HIMACHAL: HPU fails to utilise fund

CHANDIGARH: ASI caught taking bribe

LUDHIANA: Tewari�s campaign to kick off next week

DELHI: Newborns' health care needs the kiss of life

OPINIONS: Pumping votes

NATION: Kandahar hijack: Long-drawn trial comes to convict�s aid

BUSINESS: New Delhi furious over US trade investigations
SPORTS: Test for India�s new middle order
WORLD: Ukraine wants runaway Prez to face international court




On Sundays

On Saturdays


The tribune yearender 2013 : year of corrosion
Lahore Log
The tribune guide to best colleges
Budget 2013-14

Govt employees work entire night to �please� Badal Bahu
Bathinda, February 25
In the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections, politicians have been pulling out all the stops to woo the voters.
(Details on Punjab page)

HP re-allots 5 eco-sites to �BJP-favoured� firms
Shimla, February 25
The wildlife wing of the Himachal Pradesh Forest Department has re-allotted five eco-tourism sites -- after substantially hiking the bidding amount -- for five years to the same companies that had rented those in 2009.

Ready to apologise for mistakes: BJP to Muslims
New Delhi, February 25
Rajnath SinghBJP chief Rajnath Singh today asked Muslims to give his party a chance in the General Election and not go by the �propaganda� being spread by the Congress. He also promised to apologise �if there has been any mistake and shortcoming� on the BJP�s part.

Denied red beacons, fuming J-K lawmakers create ruckus
Jammu, February 25
The Jammu and Kashmir Assembly witnessed pandemonium on Tuesday as legislators across party lines protested the approval of use of red beacons on vehicles of Cabinet ministers and public servants while they were denied the privilege, forcing the Speaker to adjourn the House.


| Punjab | Haryana | Jammu & Kashmir | Himachal Pradesh | Regional Briefs | Nation | Opinions |
| Business | Sports | World | Letters | Chandigarh | Ludhiana | Delhi |
| Calendar | Weather | Archive | Subscribe | E-mail |

Editor-in-Chief, Publisher & Printer: Raj Chengappa
Executive Editor: Kanwar Sandhu
Published from The Tribune House, Sector 29-C, Chandigarh, India, 160030
for The Tribune Trust. Phone: (91-172) 2655066. Fax: (91-172) 2651293 & 2657149
Copyright : The Tribune Trust, 2012.