06092022-TTC-01.qxd 9/6/2022 12:11 AM Page 1 13 CHANDIGARH | GURUGRAM | JALANDHAR | BATHINDA | VOL. 6 NO. 246 | 14 PAGES | ~5.00 | REGD. NO. CHD/0006/2021-2023 ESTABLISHED IN 1881 US OPEN: NICK STUNS MEDVEDEV, ENTERS QUARTERFINALS SPORT /thetribunechd PARTIES RAISE ‘OUTSIDE VOTER’ ISSUE WITH POLL OFFICER J&K SERVICES ACTIVITY SEES UPTURN IN AUGUST BUSINESS HASINA VISITS AJMER SHRINE, TO HOLD TALKS WITH PM TODAY BACK PAGE tuesday | 6 september 2022 /thetribunechd www.tribuneindia.com Truss beats Sunak, fight closerthan expected Can right to religion be taken to school, TORY LEADERSHIP Polls 81,326 votes against his 60,399 | Set to be UK’s third woman PM asks top court 5 New Delhi, September ❝ Tribune News service Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren and UPA MLAs arrive for the floor test in the Assembly during a one-day special session in Ranchi. PTI Soren wins trust vote amid Oppn walkout New Delhi, September 5 The Jharkhand Mukti Morcha-led ruling coalition on Monday won the confidence vote in a one-day special session of the state Assembly with 48 MLAs voting for the motion in a House of 81. Opposition BJP legislators sloganeered through most part of Chief Minister Hemant Soren’s speech and walked out ahead of the headcount. The half-way mark in the Jharkhand Assembly is 41. Of the 48 MLAs with Soren, 29 were of the JMM, 15 of the Congress, one each of the RJD, CPI-ML and NCP and one Independent. “The need for the confidence vote was felt because the BJP has JHARKHAND HOUSE JMM+ BJP OTH 48 26 7 MAGIC MARK41 TOTAL SEATS 81 been attempting to destabilise duly elected governments in states not ruled by it,” said Soren, justifying the trust vote motion. The Chief Minister referred to the state of uncertainty that, he said, had gripped Jharkhand ever since reports emerged that the Election Commission (EC) had continued on page 10 IN BRIEF Govt to rename Rajpath as ‘Kartavya Path’ NEW DELHI: The government has decided to rename Rajpath in the Capital as 'Kartavya Path', sources said on Monday. BACK PAGE 2024 elections on mind, Nitish meets Rahul NEW DELHI: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on Monday met Rahul Gandhi on ways to ensure Opposition unity ahead of the 2024 elections. INSIDE NIA court refuses bail to Elgar case accused MUMBAI: An NIA court rejected the bail plea of rights activist Gautam Navlakha, an accused in the Elgar Parishad-Maoist links case. PTI Seat belt could have saved Mistry NEW DELHI: The mandatory wearing of the seat belt in the rear seat of the car could have saved former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry, who was killed in an accident on Sunday. As per a preliminary probe, Mistry who, along with his friend Jahangir Pandole, was seated in the rear, wasn't wearing a seat belt. Both Mistry and Pandole died in the accident. PTI edit: for your own sake Punjab to regularise 8,736 teachers ANANDPUR SAHIB: Honouring 74 state awardees on Teacher’s Day at a function here on Monday, CM Bhagwant Mann said his government would regularise the services of 8,736 teachers. Addressing a gathering, the CM said the government had decided to regularise the services of 8,736 teachers, including 5,442 education providers and 1,130 inclusive education teachers. INSIDE Pak army accepts LeT terrorist's body JAMMU: For the first time in over two decades, Pakistan on Monday accepted the body of a trained agent of the LeT, who had recently infiltrated into J&K to attack an Army post. Tabarak Hussain (32), a resident of Sabzkot village of Kotli in the PoK, had died of cardiac arrest two days ago at a military hospital. His body was handed over to Pakistan army officials. INSIDE New Delhi, September 5 In a tougher fight than expected, Indian-origin Rishi Sunak lost to UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss in the Conservative Party leadership contest on Monday. After winning the race, the UK PM-elect tweeted she would “take bold action to get all of us through these tough times, grow our economy, and unleash the United Kingdom’s potential”. On Tuesday afternoon, Truss will formally lay claim to her new office after her predecessor Boris Johnson hands over his formal resignation to the Queen. It will be fol- Conservatives are one family, time to unite behind Truss. — RISHI SUNAK AFTER DEFEAT CONFIDENT TIES WILL BE STRENGTHENED Congratulations @trussliz for being chosen to be the next PM of the UK. Confident that under your leadership, the India-UK comprehensive strategic partnership will be further strengthened. Narendra Modi, PM HOW THE TORIES VOTED 1,72,437 654 82.6% ELIGIBLE TORY VOTERS REJECTED BALLOTS TURNOUT <
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