10072022-TTC-01.qxd 7/10/2022 12:36 AM Page 1 123 CHANDIGARH | GURUGRAM | JALANDHAR | BATHINDA | VOL. 142 NO. 189 | 18 PAGES | ~7.00 | REGD. NO. CHD/0006/2021-2023 ESTABLISHED IN 1881 KAZAKHSTAN’S RYBAKINA WINS WIMBLEDON SPORT /thetribunechd HYBRID LASHKAR TERRORIST HELD IN BARAMULLA J&K DIL MANGO MORE: IT REIGNS OVER FRUIT KINGDOM SPECTRUM TAKEOVER DEAL OFF, MUSK TO PAY TWITTER $1 BN BACK PAGE sunday | 10 july 2022 /thetribunechd www.tribuneindia.com Lankan Prez flees as protesters storm house Tribune News Service The Tribune wishes its readers a happy Eid Amarnath toll 16, 40 still missing Our Correspondent Srinagar, July 9 The death toll in the flash flood triggered by a cloudburst near the Amarnath cave shrine rose to 16 today with around 40 persons still missing. The flash flood CLOUDBURST TRIGGERS FLASH FLOODS IN DODA swamped tents and community kitchens with mud and boulders near Panchtarni in south Kashmir yesterday. The authorities pressed into continued on page 6 New Delhi, July 9 Thousands of anti-government protesters stormed into the President’s House on Saturday, forcing President Gotabaya Rajapaksa to flee with his family for an unknown destination. Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe’s house was set on fire by the protesters as Sri Lanka slid further into the economic morass. Before protesters went on a rampage at his residence, Wickremesinghe attended an all-party meeting where he offered to resign to make way for a unity government. Gotabaya escapes in Navy ship PM Wickremesinghe’s house set afire He offers to resign at all-party meeting UNPRECEDENTED SCENES ■ Protesters occupy bedroom, help themselves to food in the kitchen and splash in a giant pool ■ Lanka is under the grip of a severe economic turmoil, the worst in five decades $51 BN FOREIGN DEBT <
The Tribune, now published from Chandigarh, started publication on February 2, 1881, in Lahore (now in Pakistan). It was started by Sardar Dyal Singh Majithia, a public-spirited philanthropist, and is run by a trust comprising four eminent persons as trustees.
The Tribune, the largest selling daily in North India, publishes news and views without any bias or prejudice of any kind. Restraint and moderation, rather than agitational language and partisanship, are the hallmarks of the paper. It is an independent newspaper in the real sense of the term.
The English edition apart, the 133-year-old Tribune has two sister publications, Punjabi Tribune (in Punjabi) and Dainik Tribune (in Hindi).