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Tuesday, March 4, 2014, Chandigarh, India,

updated at 3:30 pm

Ink thrown on Subrata Roy's face
NEW DELHI: Calling him "chor", a man in his 30s, Manoj Sharma, from Gwalior today threw ink on the face of Sahara chief Subrata Roy when he was brought to the Supreme Court amidst chaotic scenes.

AIBA terminates India
LAUSANNE: Furious with the current logjam in the suspended Indian Boxing Federation, the International Boxing Association has terminated the IBF from its fold stating that the current set of office-bearers are �damaging the image, reputation and interest� of the sport.

Yoga can help breast cancer patients
WASHINGTON: Yoga - the 5,000-year-old Indian meditative practice - can benefit women who are undergoing treatment for breast cancer, as it regulates stress and fights fatigue, a new study has found.

Tejpal's bail plea: Court begins in-camera proceedings
PANAJI: The Bombay High Court today began in-camera hearing on the bail petition of Tehelka Founder Editor Tarun Tejpal, accused of sexually assaulting a woman colleague.

New terminal cleared for Agra airport
AGRA: The Uttar Pradesh government's nod for acquiring around 50 acres of land for constructing a new terminal at Agra's Kheria Airport,  has raised hopes of majorly boosting the Taj city's tourism industry.

Health ministry ends invasive tests on rape victims
NAGPUR: The Union Health Ministry, which has drawn new guidelines for treating rape victims, has asked all hospitals to set up a designated room for forensic and medical examination besides outlawing the two-finger test performed on them.


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Govt puts Rolls Royce deals on hold
Company says will cooperate with regulatory authorities
Defence projects hit
New Delhi, March 3
The Ministry of Defence has �put on hold� all contracts that Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) has entered into with British aircraft engine maker Rolls Royce. If the ongoing CBI probe into a Rs 10,000-crore HAL-Rolls Royce deal for the supply of aircraft engines establishes wrongdoing, the global giant, which is the second largest aircraft engine maker in the world, may find itself blacklisted in India. The ministry has also asked Britain for details on an ongoing probe against Rolls Royce in that country.




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Three Majors court-martialled for fracas at Ladakh�s Nyoma
Chandigarh, March 3
Almost two years after a clash between Army officers and jawans in Ladakh shook the military establishment, three officers of the rank of Major have been convicted by a military court for assaulting a jawan. The assault on the jawan, who allegedly tried to sexually assault the wife of an officer, had triggered the clash that left several officers and jawans injured.

Hooda married twice, alleges INLD; attempt to malign CM, says Cong
Chandigarh, March 3
Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), Haryana�s main Opposition party, today alleged that Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda had married twice in violation of the Hindu Marriage Act and demanded that he should step down. 


PUNJAB: No big project, Union Govt unfair to state: Governor

HARYANA: Govt not happy with computer education in schools: Bhukkal

J&KGovt fails to acquire land due to �outdated� Act

HIMACHAL: HLP rules out merger with BJP

CHANDIGARH: Early voters to get gifts 

LUDHIANA: Councillors vent ire on MC officials, babus

DELHI: Online registration soon to ease rush at OPD counters

OPINIONS: A short-sighted move

BUSINESS: Now, exchange pre-2005 currency notes till Jan 1

NATION: Jat reservation may hit BJP�s Haryana, western UP plans

SPORTS: Afghans muddle, Lankans cuddle
WORLD: Judge among 11 dead in Pak court attack


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Rohit my son, admits ND Tiwari
New Delhi, March 3
After years of dithering, Uttarakhand�s former Chief Minister ND Tiwari today finally acknowledged that 35-year-old Rohit Shekhar is his son. �I admit he is my biological son. I think that puts the matter to rest,� Tiwari said.

Walkout by Jakhar and Co over tainted ministers
Chandigarh, March 3
With the names of three ministers figuring prominently in different controversies, the Akali-BJP Government was caught on the back foot on the first day of the Budget session of Punjab Vidhan Sabha today.

Ajnala well findings lend depth to 1857 uprising
282 sepoys of the Mian Mir Cantonment in Lahore are believed to have been buried at the �Kalianwala Khu�

Amritsar, March 3
The three-day digging work at the historic �Kalianwala Khu� in Ajnala, near here, has unfolded a significant chapter of the First War of Indian Independence in 1857. As many as 282 soldiers, who were part of the sepoy mutiny, are believed to have been buried � some dead, others alive � in the well by the British rulers.


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