29102021-TTC-01.qxd 29-10-2021 00:28 Page 1 13 CHANDIGARH | GURUGRAM | JALANDHAR | BATHINDA | VOL. 5 NO. 299 | 18 PAGES | ~5.00 | REGD. NO. CHD/0006/2021-2023 ESTABLISHED IN 1881 BARCELONA COACH SACKED OVER POOR RESULTS SPORT /thetribunechd FRANCE FINES BRITISH BOATS AS FISHING ROW ESCALATES WORLD SENSEX SINKS 1,159 PTS AMID F&O EXPIRY BUSINESS JOIN OUR INDO-PACIFIC INITIATIVE: PM TO ASEAN NATIONS BACK PAGE friday | 29 october 2021 /thetribunechd www.tribuneindia.com Aryan gets bail; witness Gosavi held Relief also for co-accused Merchant & Dhamecha | Detailed order by Justice Sambre today Police at the spot where the women were killed at Tikri. TRIBUNE PHOTO 3 Mansa women run over by truck at Tikri Farmers smell a plot, demand probe Jhajjar, October 28 Three women protesters — Sukhvinder Kaur (60), Amarjit Kaur (58) and Gurmail Kaur (60) of Khiwa Daluwala village in Punjab’s Mansa district — were run over by a speeding truck carrying construction material near the Tikri-Bahadurgarh border here on Thursday morning. Two others sustained injuries. The women were reportedly sitting on a road divider waiting for an auto to reach the railway station when the truck crashed into them. While two of them died on the spot, the third succumbed to her injuries at the Civil Hospital. Suspecting foul play, BKU leader Buta Singh demanded a thorough probe. “There was enough light at the time of the incident. The truck stopped at some distance before ramming into Gurmail Sukhvinder Mumbai/Pune, October 28 Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan, was today granted bail by the Bombay High Court in a case of seizure of drugs aboard a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast even as the Pune police arrested NCB witness Kiran Gosavi in a cheating case of 2018. Aryan Khan has been granted bail 25 days after his arrest by the NCB. He is, however, not likely to walk out of the jail immediately as the court is yet to give its operative order on the conditions imposed while granting bail. Justice NW Sambre also granted bail to co-accused Former CAG Rai apologises to Cong’s Nirupam 3 pronounced guilty, 5 let off; sentence today New law won’t affect boundary pacts: China New Delhi, October 28 Former Comptroller and Auditor General Vinod Rai has tendered an unconditional apology to Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam for inadvertently mentioning the ex-MP’s name among those who had pressurised him not to make any reference to then PM Manmohan Singh in his report on 2G Spectrum allocation. “I made certain statements continued on page 9 Tribune News Service NEW DELHI, OCTOber 28 Responding primarily to concerns flagged by India, China on Thursday said its new land boundary law would not affect the existing treaties on this issue with other countries. “The law won’t also change China’s current mode of boundary management and cooperation with countries sharing land boundary with it. Nor will it alter China’s position and proposition on continued on page 9 IT’S NOT OVER: MALIK Picture abhi baaki hai … I reiterate that this drug case is completely bogus. The kids were deliberately framed. Nawab Malik, NCP LEADER ❝ RELEASE TODAY? The legal team of 23-yr-old Aryan Khan will now try to complete the formalities for his release by Friday or Saturday SRK fans celebrate outside ‘Mannat’ PB & HRY HC’S JUDGMENT QUOTED INSIDE Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha. “All three applications are allowed. I will pass detailed order by tomorrow evening,” Justice Sambre said. Aryan Khan’s advocates sought permission to submit cash bail to which the court refused and said surety is to be given. “I could have given the order tomorrow also. But I gave it today,” Justice Sambre said. The legal team of 23-yearold Aryan Khan will now try to complete the formalities for his release by Friday or Saturday. Gosavi, whose selfie and video with Aryan Khan had gone viral, was produced in a court that remanded him in police continued on page 9 HIMACHAL BYPOLL CM THAKUR CONFIDENT OF WINNING MANDI, ARKI AND FATEHPUR SEATS INSIDE Amarjit BARRICADES REMOVED ■ Work on removing barri- cades on the Tikri border began on Thursday evening ■ Farmers have been occupying one side of the highway the divider,” he claimed, adding they would decide the next course after discussing the matter with the SKM. continued on page 9 REWARI Mahendragarh, October 28 A Narnaul court of Additional District and Sessions Judge Mona Singh today held three main accused, Nishu Phogat, Pankaj Fouzi and Manish, guilty of raping a 19-year-old college girl at a village under Kosli subdivision of Rewari three years ago. It acquitted five co-accused — Sanjeev, Deen Dayal, Abhishek, GANGRAPE VICTIM WAS WAYLAID ■ Victim was going for coach- ing when convicts Nishu, Pankaj and Manish waylaid her and committed the crime ■ A SIT formed to probe the incident arrested 8 accused Manjeet and Naveen. The quantum of sentence continued on page 9 IN BRIEF 11 die as mini-bus falls into gorge in J&K’s Doda JAMMU: Eleven persons travelling in a mini-bus were killed and 14 injured when the vehicle rolled down into a gorge on the Batote-Kishtwar highway in J&K’s Doda district. PAGE 9 BJP not going anywhere: Kishor’s swipe at Rahul NEW DELHI: Poll strategist Prashant Kishor, lobbying for TMC in Goa, has said BJP wouldn’t go anywhere for “next many decades”. He also took a swipe at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for “thinking” people will throw the BJP away immediately. BACK PAGE Zuckerberg rebrands Facebook as Meta CALIFORNIA: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said his company is rebranding itself as Meta in an effort to encompass its virtualreality vision for future and to emphasise its metaverse vision, a virtual world where people work, play and connect with others. AP Today’s issue is of 18 pages, including four-page Jalandhar Tribune.
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