08082022-TT-01.qxd 8/7/2022 10:48 PM CHINA SEEKS MEETING WITH SL OVER RESEARCH SHIP WORLD /thetribunechd Page 1 13 CHANDIGARH | GURUGRAM | JALANDHAR | BATHINDA | VOL. 142 NO. 218 | 12 PAGES | ~5.00 | REGD. NO. CHD/0006/2021-2023 ESTABLISHED IN 1881 HIMACHAL PRADESH monday | 8 august 2022 /thetribunechd www.tribuneindia.com Nitish, KCR skip NITI Aayog meet; modernise farm sector, says PM Oppn-ruled states rake up GST dues, lack of consultation on NEP Mukesh Ranjan JD(U) WON’T JOIN UNION CABINET AGAIN Tribune News Service New Delhi, August 7 Even as the government today claimed that PM Narendra Modi heralded the collective efforts of all states in the spirit of cooperative federalism as the force that helped India tackle the Covid pandemic, the seventh Governing Council meeting of NITI Aayog was marked by a “boycott” by Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and the absence of Bihar CM Nitish Kumar. Besides, the CMs of Opposition-ruled states raked up several contentious issues, including the extension of GST compensation for another five years, early release of Central dues and support for improving the irrigation facilities. These states also accused the Centre of not consulting them before rolling out New Education Policy (NEP). Though the Telangana CM had announced his “boycott”, Nitish was conspicuous by his A first, US warship in Chennai for repairs SOG team attacked in Kathua, cop hurt Patna: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal (United) on Sunday made it clear that the party would not join the Union Council of Ministers again, but rebuffed speculation on a rift with ally BJP, asserting “all is well”. JD(U) national president Rajiv Ranjan Singh, alias Lalan, who addressed a press conference here, dismissed queries about Nitish Kumar’s absence at the NITI Aayog meeting, with the terse remark: “You should ask the Chief Minister”. BACK PAGE RECAST MSP COMMITTEE: PUNJAB CM TO PM INSIDE Six years after India and the US signed the Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement, a Chennai shipyard on Sunday commenced the first-ever maintenance of a US warship. The agreement gives access to both countries to designated military facilities on either side for the purpose of refuelling and replenishment. BACK PAGE absence. NITI Aayog ViceChairman Suman K Bery, while briefing the media, said Nitish “was not well”. But, speculation is rife in political Our Correspondent NEW DELHI: Jammu, August 7 The situation in Kathua turned tense today after members of the Gujjar community allegedly attacked policemen with stones and sticks in the Maggar Khad area alleging harassment by them. A constable, Kuldeep Kumar, was injured in the incident. The policemen were on routine search duty ahead of Was on search duty ahead of I-Day POLICE FIRE INTO THE AIR ■ Stones & sticks used in attack ■ Cops fire into air to disperse mob ■ Gujjar community alleges harassment, holds protest the Independence Day. One of the suspects was arrested. Teams of the police and the ISRO MISSION FAILS SATELLITES PLACED INTO WRONG ORBIT ELDHOSE PAUL (GOLD) | ABDULLA ABOOBACKER (SILVER) BRONZE AFTER 16 YEARS, WOMEN’S HOCKEY TEAM WINS MEDAL IN BRIEF ISIS member involved in ‘fund collection’ arrested NEW DELHI: The NIA has arrested active ISIS member Mohsin NEW DELHI: The CUET- UG examination, scheduled for August 4 across 17 states, but postponed till August 12 due to administrative and technical reasons, will now be held from August 24 to 28. TNS SpiceJet flyers walk on tarmac after waiting for bus NEW DELHI: Several passengers who disembarked from SpiceJet's Hyderabad-Delhi flight on Saturday walked on the tarmac as the airline could not provide a bus for 45 minutes. DGCA is looking into the incident. TNS Kids unsafe, 6cases daily in Pb, 13 Haryana Tribune News Service Chandigarh, August 7 More than six cases of crime against children were reported daily in Punjab during 2018-2020, as per National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) records. Haryana recorded more than double the number with an average of 13 cases daily during this period. Special Operations Group (SOG) had reached the area early morning to conduct a search operation. The district being sensitive due to its border with Pakistan is on a high alert ahead of the Independence Day celebrations. A spokesperson for the police said a team from the Lakhanpur police station, along with an SOG party, headed by DSP (Operation), continued on page 9 NIKHAT ZAREEN (50KG) TRIPLE JUMP CUET-UG exam to now take place from Aug 24 Sanjeev Singh Bariana circles that the Bihar CM’s absence “has a lot to do with former Union Minister RCP Singh’s resignation from the continued on page 9 BOXING Ahmad here, an official said on Sunday, claiming the “radicalised” individual was collecting funds for the global terror group. BACK PAGE REPORT ON BACK PAGE <
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