01062018-TTC-01.qxd 01-07-2018 01:59 Page 1 123 established in 1881 vol. 138 no. 180 late city | sunday, july 1, 2018 chandigarh | gurugram | jalandhar | bathinda | jammu | srinagar | www.tribuneindia.com | 46 pages | ~5.00 | regd. no. chd/0006/2018-2020 /thetribunechd Now, link PAN with Aadhaar by Mar 31 New Delhi: The Central Board of Direct Taxes on Saturday extended the deadline for PAN-Aadhaar linking to March 31 next year. This is the fifth time the government has extended the deadline. PTI LAST 16 RESULTS FRANCE 4 ARGENTINA 3 URUGUAY 2 PORTUGAL 1 URUGUAY SEND PORTUGAL HOME Non-subsidised LPG up by ~55 New Delhi: The government has hiked the price of subsidised LPG by Rs 2.71 per cylinder. The price of nonsubsidised LPG in Delhi has been increased by Rs 55.50 per cylinder. TNS Today’s issue consists of 46 pages, including 8-page Spectrum, 6-page Chandigarh Tribune, 6-page Life+Style and 4-page additional pullout. U RUGUAY forward Edinson Cavani scored a brace to give his side a 2-1 win over Portugal in their World Cup Round of 16 match. Cavani scored in the seventh minute but Pepe headed Portugal level in the 55th minute. Cavani then curled one in from the edge of the penalty area in the 62nd minute to score the decisive goal. FRANCE OUST ARGENTINA F RANCE beat Lionel Messi’s Argentina 4-3 in a thrilling last 16 match on Saturday as teenager Kylian Mbappe scored two goals in a superb performance in Kazan. PAGE Mbappe, 19, struck twice within minutes in the second half. PHOTOS: REUTERS 20 TODAY’S MATCHES SPAIN VS RUSSIA 7.30 PM CROATIA VS DENMARK 11.30 PM Nun alleges sexual abuse by Bishop, both lodge FIRs /thetribunechd Flood alert in Srinagar INSIDE INDIA IN CHAMPIONS TROPHY HOCKEY FINAL The Indian men’s hockey team forced a 1-1 draw against hosts Netherlands in their last league match to set up the Champions Trophy summit clash with world number one Australia on Sunday. PAGE 21 Deepkamal Kaur Tribune News Service Jalandhar, June 30 A nun, who was earlier Superior General of a congregation in Jalandhar Cantonment, has levelled allegations of sexual abuse against Bishop Franco Mulakkal, Catholic Bishop of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh. The Bishop, in turn, has got a complaint lodged against the nun for threatening to eliminate him. Both the FIRs were lodged with the Kerala Police this week. The nun had served with the Missionaries of Jesus here at the time when the Jalandhar Diocese was led by Bishop Symphorian Keeprath, the first Bishop here who served till 2007. The current Bishop, who is a Keralite, was then the PRO of the Diocese. Talking to The Tribune, Kottayam district police chief Hari Sankar said, “The first complaint came from the Bishop through his emissary about four days ago and we lodged an FIR against the continued on page 7 PUNJAB Sacrilege: Probe report points at Dera hand The water level in the Jhelum crossed the “flood declaration” mark in Srinagar on Saturday, putting the central Kashmir region in danger of widespread floods. Embankments were breached in south Kashmir’s Anantnag and Pulwama districts, but were quickly plugged, while parts of several residential neighbourhoods in Srinagar district (above) were inundated. PTI PAGE 6 Mallya summoned under new fugitive law Mumbai, June 30 A special PMLA court on Saturday summoned beleaguered liquor baron Vijay Mallya to appear before it on August 27 on the Enforcement Directorate’s plea seeking action against him under the fugitive economic offenders ordinance in the over Rs 9,000-crore bank fraud case. Special judge MS Azmi, dealing with the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) cases, issued the notice to Mallya after taking cognisance of the second ED chargesheet filed against him recently and a subsequent application by it on June 22 seeking a fugitive economic offender tag. This is the first time that action has been initiated under the ordinance recently promulgated by the Modi government to deal continued on page 7 Chandigarh: The Justice Ranjit Singh Commission of Inquiry, set up by the Capt Amarinder Singh government last year to look into the incidents of sacrilege of religious books across Punjab in 2015, has pointed finger at followers of Dera Sacha Sauda, including confidants of the dera chief. PAGE 2 JAMMU & KASHMIR Doc saves lives after clash, only casualty is his son Srinagar: Dr Abdul Gani Khan had gone back home after a distressing day attending to people injured in a clash with security forces in Pulwama when he received a call to return. His son had died in the clash. PAGE 6
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