12092021-TTC-01.qxd 9/12/2021 12:30 AM Page 1 123 CHANDIGARH | GURUGRAM | JALANDHAR | BATHINDA | VOL. 5 NO. 252 | 22 PAGES | ~6.00 | REGD. NO. CHD/0006/2021-2023 ESTABLISHED IN 1881 NOVAK DJOKOVIC REACHES US OPEN FINAL SPORT /thetribunechd CONG, BJP MEN CLASH IN LUDHIANA; 15 HURT PUNJAB PARALYMPIANS SAY THEY OWE IT TO THEIR FAMILIES SPECTRUM 9/11 WAS ATTACK ON HUMANITY, SAYS PM MODI BACK PAGE sunday | 12 september 2021 /thetribunechd www.tribuneindia.com Taliban regime not inclusive, agree India, Australia at 2+2 To boost defence ties | New Delhi invited to key military drill Tribune News Service Pending criminal cases a worry, CJI to Allahabad HC New Delhi, September 11 Expressing serious concern over inordinate delay in deciding criminal appeals by the Allahabad High Court, Chief Justice of India NV Ramana on Saturday urged the Bar and the Bench to work together to resolve the issue. “I do not want to point any fingers or lay any blame regarding the pendency in the Allahabad High Court relating to criminal cases, which is very worrying. I request the Allahabad Bar and Bench to work together and cooperate continued on page 6 New Delhi, September 11 The new Taliban regime’s lack of inclusiveness and further ballast in defence ties were the highlights of the first inaugural India-Australia 2+2 Dialogue held here on Saturday. Canberra formally invited India for the US-Australia Talisman Sabre exercise in 2023 and asked it to “continue taking part” in the Malabar naval drills. During a meeting with Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, his Australian counterpart Peter Dutton had said “advancing our defence cooperation has been a long-standing bedrock” in bilateral ties. “India joining Talisman Sabre will be extremely significant. It will take some years until it is able to take part in the sharper aspects of the QUAD GATHERS PACE ■ Seven Quad senior officials’ meetings held since Nov 2017 ■ Three Quad foreign ministers’ meetings held since 2019 ■ Six working groups, including on maritime security, counterterrorism, cyber technologies ■ First Quad leaders’ summit held on March 12, 2021 ■ First in-person Quad leaders’ summit by year-end <
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