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Tuesday, April 29, 2014, Chandigarh, India,

updated at 9:00 pm

Fate of Modi, Sonia and other top guns to be decided tomorrow
New Delhi, Apr 29 (PTI)
The whole of Gujarat and Punjab goes to polls tomorrow in the seventh phase of Lok Sabha elections along with some seats in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar that will decide the fate of top guns including Narendra Modi, Sonia Gandhi, L K Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi.

Govt discloses names of 18 persons in black money cases to SC
New Delhi, Apr 29 (PTI) 
After resisting for more than three years, the Centre today revealed names of 18 persons in the Supreme Court who allegedly stashed black money with LST bank in Liechtenstein and against whom prosecution have been launched by the Income Tax department.

MH370: Australian exploration firm claims wreckage found
KUALA LUMPUR: An Australian marine exploration company has claimed that it has found the wreckage of the crashed Malaysian plane in the Bay of Bengal, 5,000 km away from the current search location in the Indian Ocean.

India seeks crucial reforms of UN security institutions
UNITED NATIONS: India, which has contributed 1.7 lakh peacekeepers to UN missions, has told the UN Security Council that it wants crucial reforms of security institutions to facilitate peacebuilding in the conflict-hit nations.

Killer tornadoes in US leave 20 dead
WASHINGTON: A new round of twister tornadoes ripped through South US killing five people in Mississippi and Alabama a day after another storm left a trail of destruction in Arkansas.

Samsung unveils Galaxy K zoom with advanced camera 
SINGAPORE: Samsung Electronics Co. on Tuesday introduced a smartphone that has a camera with advanced features, aimed at meeting the needs of active social media users who frequently upload pictures on sites including Facebook and Twitter.

Modi's behaviour childish: Priyanka
AMETHI:  Priyanka Gandhi today took on Narendra Modi over his 'shehzada', "namuna" and other barbs at her brother, saying the BJP leader is aspiring to be Prime Minister but indulging in "childish" behaviour.

Local BJP leader gangraped in Ranchi
RANCHI: A local BJP leader was allegedly gangraped by a group of unidentified people at Masmano village in Ranchi district, police said today.


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Put a stop to SAD-BJP rule in Punjab: Rahul
Says Gujarat Govt gave rough deal to Sikh farmers
Bathinda, April 28
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and Congress-PPP-CPI joint candidate from Bathinda Manpreet Badal stormed this Akali bastion and held an impressive rally at the Thermal Colony grounds here today.

Congress V-P Rahul Gandhi with party-backed Bathinda LS nominee Manpreet Singh Badal (C) and Punjab Congress leader Rajinder Kaur Bhattal (R) at a rally in Bathinda on Monday.
Congress V-P Rahul Gandhi with party-backed Bathinda LS nominee Manpreet Singh Badal (C) and Punjab Congress leader Rajinder Kaur Bhattal (R) at a rally in Bathinda on Monday. Pawan Sharma











Special Features



Rahul�s claims �bundle of lies�, says Sukhbir
Modi calls Rahul a �specimen�
Campaigning for April 30 poll concludes

Omar, Modi spar over communal claims
J-K CM blames BJP for Pandits� exodus as Modi accuses Abdullahs of polarising state
Srinagar/Kangan, April 28
J-K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today launched a scathing counter-attack on BJP prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi saying they did not want any �lecture on secularism from him�.

After Vadra video, Cong shoots CD at BJP linking Modi to hawala accused
New Delhi, April 28
BJP PM nominee with hawala racketeer Afroz (in circle).Hours after the BJP questioned the business model of Congress chief Sonia Gandhi�s son-in-law Robert Vadra, the Congress launched a counter-attack on the Opposition party linking its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi to a hawala racketeer in Gujarat.

BJP PM nominee with hawala racketeer Afroz (in circle).


PUNJAB: Curtains on campaign with roadshows

HARYANA: Govt not to sack 350 GRP constables

J&KBJP moves election panel against �abusive� Farooq

HIMACHAL: Ramdev justifies honeymoon remark

CHANDIGARH: Campaign ends in Mohali district

LUDHIANA: Poll din drowns, scene shifts to doors

DELHI: Chandolia elected as North Delhi Mayor

OPINIONS: Every Vote Matters

NATION: Modi calls Rahul a �specimen�

BUSINESS: AstraZeneca rejects Pfizer�s $100-bn acquisition offer

SPORTS: Geeta to miss CWG, Asiad; blames WFI
WORLD: Brotherhood chief, 682 others get death


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Red fort attack
SC puts on hold execution of LeT terrorist Ashfaq
New Delhi, April 28
The Supreme Court today stayed the execution of Pakistani terrorist Mohd Arif, alias Ashfaq, sentenced to death for the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) attack on an Army battalion stationed at Red Fort here in 2000 killing three jawans.

EC restricts Majithia�s movements; Nanded Takht accepts apology
Chandigarh, April 28
Bikram Majithia, Punjab revenue, information & renewable energy ministerThe Election Commission of India has -- after the end of the campaign period that ended at 6 pm today -- restricted the movement of Punjab Revenue Minister Bikram Singh Majithia to his polling station area from where he is an elector.

�Blasphemous speech�
Punjab minister Bikram Singh Majithia is caught in a shabad row

The Tribune investigation: Part-IV
Badal luxury bus fleet�s phenomenal growth continues
Private transport companies in which Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal has direct and indirect interests dominate the state transport sector in the luxury segment. The Tribune checks out the situation in the fourth of the series of investigative reports.

Petrol bomb hurled at The Tribune staffer�s house

Sukhbir attacks The Tribune
The Tribune refutes SAD chief�s charges


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