10112022-TTC-01.qxd 11/10/2022 12:34 AM Page 1 13 CHANDIGARH | GURUGRAM | JALANDHAR | BATHINDA | VOL. 6 NO. 310 | 18 PAGES | ~5.00 | REGD. NO. CHD/0006/2021-2023 ESTABLISHED IN 1881 PRESSURE ON SUNAK AS MINISTER QUITS AMID BULLYING ROW WORLD /thetribunechd JeM TERROR MODULE BUSTED, 3 HELD WITH WEAPONS J&K FACEBOOK PARENT RECALL GOVERNOR, DMK FIRM META CUTS & ALLIES WRITE TO 11,000 JOBS BUSINESS PRESIDENT BACK PAGE thursday | 10 november 2022 /thetribunechd www.tribuneindia.com India, Belarusreiterates oil trade doesn’tUkraine talk trade, violate sanctions Day after EAM’s Russia visit, US Tribune News Service PM Narendra Modi addresses a rally at Shahpur. TRIBUNE PHOTO PM in HP: Repeat BJP govt for steady growth New Delhi, November 9 External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar here today held talks with his visiting Belarusian counterpart Vladimir Makei on a range of issues, including bilateral economic engagement and the Ukraine conflict. Belarus is one of Russia’s staunchest allies in its conflict with Ukraine and has hosted thousands of Russian soldiers. Makei’s visit came a day after Jaishankar met Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Moscow and stressed how oil supply from EAM S Jaishankar with his Belarusian counterpart Vladimir Makei. PTI Russia was crucial for India. With India becoming Russia’s second-largest oil customer after China, the US today said the trade didn’t violate sanctions. Washington also reiter- ated that it was committed to working with New Delhi to lessen its dependence on Moscow for energy and arms. Makei arrived here Wednesday morning on a three-day visit. Belarus is a major exporter of potash fertilisers and has been restricting its trade due to the current volatile conditions in the global market. Both countries have established mechanisms for exchanging views on bilateral, regional and multilateral issues through foreign office consultations continued on page 10 EDIT: India-russia bonhomie Attacks Congress for ‘parivarwaad’ Lalit Mohan Tribune News Service Dharamsala/Sujanpur, Nov 9 Prime Minister Narendra Modi today urged the people of Himachal Pradesh to repeat the BJP government in the state to ensure continued growth under the double-engine regime. Addressing a rally at Chambi ground in Kangra district, the Prime Minister said changing government each time led to non-accountability and was not in the interest of people. PM Modi said the Congress was synonymous with ‘parivarwaad’ (nepotism). “In case the Congress comes to power, it will not let me work… From 2014 to 2017 (during Congress ON STRONG WICKET ❝ People want change. Our several popular leaders are the party’s strength, not its weakness. Mallikarjun Kharge, CONG PRESIDENT REPORT INSIDE rule), only 15 houses were constructed under the PM Awas Yojana in Himachal. But in the last five years, 8,000 houses have been constructed under the same scheme under the Jai Ram Thakur government,” he said. The Centre launched Ayushman Bharat continued on page 10 IN BRIEF Naval officer dies in paragliding mishap PALAMPUR: Bibin Dev (34), an officer with the Navy hailing from Kerala, was killed when his paraglider crashed near Billing on Tuesday. INSIDE Leh council seeks safeguards for Ladakh LEH: The Leh chapter of LAHDC on Wednesday passed a resolution seeking constitutional safeguards to UT of Ladakh. INSIDE Today’s issue is of 18 pages, including four-page Jalandhar Tribune. Dhami re-elected SGPC chief UK court rejects Tribune News Service Amritsar, November 9 Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) candidate Harjinder Singh Dhami was on Wednesday reelected president of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC), defeating Bibi Jagir Kaur. Dhami polled 104 votes, while Bibi Jagir Kaur secured 42 in a keenly watched contest. Of 157 members, 146 turned up at Teja Singh Samundri Hall to participate in the election process for the top post of the apex gurdwara body. Total votes polled 146 Dhami 104| Bibi 42 Harjinder Singh Dhami Bibi Jagir Kaur was on Monday expelled by the SAD continued on page 10 Nirav’s appeal againstextradition London, November 9 Fugitive diamond merchant Nirav Modi, who allegedly cheated Punjab National Bank (PNB) of over Rs 11,000 crore, is likely to be extradited soon to India from the UK as he lost his appeal in the High Court on Wednesday. Rejecting the appeal against extradition to India on mental health grounds, the High Court in London ruled that his risk of suicide was not such that it would be continued on page 10 INDIA VS ENG TODAY ■ Pakistan in the finals after defeating NZ, India must beat England on Thursday to make it to their third T20 WC final ■ The last time India & England met in a T20 WC match was in 2012, when India registered a 90-run win MATCH TIME: 1.30 PM JOS BUTTLER & ROHIT SHARMA Will protect citizens in every aspect: New CJI Chandrachud Tribune News Service New Delhi, November 9 Justice DY Chandrachud, the senior-most judge of the Supreme Court, was on Wednesday sworn in as the 50th Chief Justice of India. The new CJI began his first day in office by garlanding the Mahatma Gandhi statue on the Supreme Court premises and stressed that he would protect all Indians, and that serving the nation was his priority. “Be it in technology or be it in the registry... or be it in judicial reforms, I will take care of citizens in every aspect,” he told reporters. President Droupadi Murmu administered the oath of office to Justice Chandrachud at a brief ceremony held at the Rashtrapati Bhavan at 10 am. Justice Chandrachud succeeds Justice UU Lalit, who continued on page 10 Justice DY Chandrachud takes oath as 50th CJI ❝ Be it in technology or be it in the registry... or be it in judicial reforms, I will take care of citizens in every aspect. CJI DY Chandrachud
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