17082022-TTC-01.qxd 8/17/2022 12:39 AM Page 1 13 CHANDIGARH | GURUGRAM | JALANDHAR | BATHINDA | VOL. 6 NO. 226 | 18 PAGES | ~5.00 | REGD. NO. CHD/0006/2021-2023 ESTABLISHED IN 1881 31 INDUCTED INTO BIHAR CABINET, NITISH KEEPS HOME NATION /thetribunechd SONIA NAMES AZAD HEAD OF CAMPAIGN, HE DECLINES J&K LENDING RATES UP, EMIs TO HURT MORE BUSINESS CHINESE SHIP DOCKS IN SL DAY AFTER INDIA HANDS OVER DORNIER WORLD wednesday | 17 august 2022 /thetribunechd www.tribuneindia.com FIFA ban on India takes away Women’s U-17 World Cup Tribune News Service The bus that met with an accident in Pahalgam on Tuesday. PTI 7 ITBP men die as bus falls into gorge in Pahalgam Srinagar, August 16 At least seven Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel were killed and 32 others injured on Tuesday after their vehicle met with an accident in south Kashmir. WERE RETURNING FROM AMARNATH DUTY The incident took place in the Frisal area of south Kashmir’s Anantnag district when the vehicle they were travelling in from Chandanwari to Pahalgam rolled down the road. The men were deputed in the area for the annual Amarnath Yatra. Officials say the bus was carrying 37 ITBP personnel and two J&K Police personnel at the time it fell onto the riverbed in Pahalgam. INSIDE New Delhi, August 16 Football’s world governing body FIFA has suspended the All India Football Federation (AIFF) over what it terms “undue influence from third parties” (read the government and courts of law). With this, the AIFF has lost the hosting rights of the U-17 Women’s World Cup, scheduled to be held in India in IMPLICATIONS FOR INDIAN FOOTBALL ROOT OF THE CRISIS ■ The crisis can be traced to May when the SC removed Praful Patel as AIFF chief as he had already served for three terms ■ FIFA wanted the AIFF administration to “be fully in charge of its daily affairs” October, and all Indian teams, including clubs, are now banned from participating in Praful Patel, ex-AIFF chief international competitions. In a statement, FIFA said it wanted the AIFF administra- Samaan Lateef Srinagar, August 16 Terrorists shot dead a Kashmiri Pandit and injured his brother at an apple orchard in Jammu and Kashmir’s Shopian district on Tuesday, forcing community leaders to call for mass migration from the Valley. Sunil Kumar, 52, and his brother Pinto Kumar, 45, were working in their orchard at Chotigam village along with three Muslim neighbours when two armed terrorists attacked them. “They asked us about Sunil and separated the two broth- SOLDIER TO BE EQUIPPED WITH THREE PRIMARY SUB-SYSTEMS 1PROTECTION SYSTEM Srinagar: The Kashmiri Pandit Sangharsh Samiti has asked community members to leave the Valley in the wake of attacks by militants. “With another attack in Shopian, terrorists have made it clear that they are going to kill all Pandits,” KPSS chief Sanjay Tickoo said. WILL QUIT JOBS, BUT WON’T RETURN: PANDITS INSIDE ers. As we started running away, we heard the sound of multiple gunshots. We ran towards the market and informed locals about the incident,” said an eyewitness. Sunil was fatally wounded and died on the spot, while Pinto Sumedha Sharma Specially designed helmet and a bullet-proof jacket Tribune News Service Gurugram, August 16 The ruling BJP-JJP alliance was left red-faced after the chairman of the Nuh Municipal Council was arrested by the Delhi Police for his alleged involvement in an organised robbery. Reportedly inspired by Akshay Kumar-starrer “Special 26”, Sanjay Manocha and his six accomplices allegedly posed as Mumbai Police officers and looted Rs 5.7 lakh from a Delhi firm last week. He was arrested along with his aide Zahid. The police recovered Rs 2.5 lakh from 2 AK-203 ASSAULT RIFLE It’ll have day & night holographic and reflex sights. Mounted on weapon and helmet, it will enable 360-degree visibility COMMUNICATION SYSTEM F-INSAS(Future Infantry Soldier as a System). A hand-held device or a device worn like spectacles will provide real-time imagery Defence Minister Rajnath Singh hands over to the Army indigenously developed equipment and systems, including F-INSAS, on Tuesday. Manocha, accomplice nabbed by Delhi cops, ~2.5L recovered one of the accused. Sources said Manocha had contested the civic poll with the support of the BJP-JJP Con. gress leader and Nuh MLA Aftab Ahmed said, “The accused holds an important public office. He has not been sacked even after his arrest. The ruling alliance must give an explanation.” Usha Rangarani, DCP North , West Delhi, said the robbery took place at a wellness firm run continued on page 10 11 sworn in as Pb Flash floods in HP, 2 children drowned & Hry HC judges Huge tracts of farm land washed away | 92 roads blocked Eleven advocates of the Punjab and Haryana High Court were on Tuesday sworn in as judges by Chief Justice Ravi Shanker Jha. With the elevation, the number of judges has gone up to 57 against the sanctioned strength of 85. However, the crisis in the HC continues as 13 judges are retiring within two years. The HC collegium has recommended the names of nine judicial officers for elevation as HC Judges. INSIDE tion to “be fully in charge of the AIFF’s daily affairs”. The first direct hit of the ATTACKS ON RISE, LEAVE KASHMIR: SAMITI T0 KPs ‘Special 26’ rerun, Nuh MC chief, aides rob firm WITH HI-TECH ARMOUR CHANDIGARH: U-17 WOMEN’S WORLD CUP: The AIFF loses the hosting rights of the event, scheduled to be held in Odisha, Goa and Maharashtra in October TEAMS BANNED: All Indian national teams – in men’s, women’s senior and junior categories – are barred from FIFA or AFC-affiliated matches. Indian clubs can’t take part in any AFC tournament OUT OF FIFA/AFC: Indian officials can’t participate in any FIFA/AFC development programmes. The AIFF also loses FIFA’s funding and support for development programmes and coaching programmes Another targeted killing in Valley, KP orchardist shot, kin injured FUTURE SOLDIER 3 International body objects to ‘undue influence’ from 3rd parties Shimla, August 16 Rain triggered flash floods and landslides in Lahaul and Spiti, Kinnaur, Kullu, Mandi and Sirmaur districts in Himachal and 27 families were affected as huge tracts of agricultural land were washed away in Lahaul and Spiti. Two children were drowned as a temporary bridge collapsed in Manali. As many as 92 roads were blocked for vehicular traffic in the state. Twenty-seven families were affected as floods in Jahlama PILGRIM DIES ■ Makeshift bridge over Solang nullah collapses ■ Electricity pole falls on pil- grims, 1 dead, 3 hurt <
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