07092023-TTC-01.qxd 9/7/2023 12:33 AM Page 1 13 CHANDIGARH | GURUGRAM | JALANDHAR | BATHINDA | VOL. 7 NO. 247 | 18 PAGES | ~5.00 | REGD. NO. CHD/0006/2021-2023 ESTABLISHED IN 1881 RUSSIAN SHELLING KILLS 17 AS BLINKEN VISITS UKRAINE WORLD /thetribunechd SC: BEGIN PROCESS FOR FRESH LADAKH COUNCIL POLLS J&K TATAS SHOW INTEREST IN TAKING OVER HALDIRAM’S BUSINESS SUNAK: INDIA RIGHT NATION AT RIGHT TIME TO HOLD G20 PRESIDENCY BACK PAGE thursday | 7 september 2023 /thetribunechd www.tribuneindia.com SC protects Editors Guild members Respond to Sanatan rant: PM to ministers from arrest over Manipur reports Tribune News Service Bench seeks status report on arms recovery, wants rations streamlined Satya Prakash PROTESTERS DEFY CURFEW, 40 HURT IN CRACKDOWN Tribune News Service Saurabh Malik Tribune News Service Chandigarh, September 6 In a major embarrassment for the Punjab Police, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has asserted that police personnel apparently were hand in glove with persons carrying out illegal mining operations in the Ropar area after observing that only poor persons were being proceeded against. The Bench also rapped the police for the “sorry state of affairs” after observing that they were trying their best to shield the real culprits, “at whose instance the illegal mining operations were being carried out”. Justice NS Shekhawat of the High Court also directed the Ropar continued on page 10 Today’s issue is of 18 pages, including four-page Jalandhar Tribune. IMPHAL: More than 40 people, mostly women, were injured after security forces fired several rounds of teargas shells to disperse thousands of protesters who tried to breach security barricades at Phougakchao Ikhai in Manipur’s Bishnupur district on Wednesday, officials said. — PTI << Protesters at Phougakchao Ikhai in Manipur on Wednesday. PTI hearing on Monday. Earlier, the Bench agreed to take up the matter today itself after senior counsel Shyam Divan mentioned it for urgent hearing, saying the petitioners stared at arrest. “The report is dated September 2, 2023, and an error was corrected on September 3. The FIR says the report promotes enmity and that it’s false…,” Divan said, expressing apprehension that continued on page 10 Narendra Modi, Prime Minister STALIN, PRIYANK BOOKED An FIR was lodged in UP’s Rampur on Wednesday against DMK leader Udhayanidhi Stalin and Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge’s son Priyank Kharge for allegedly outraging religious feelings. to reach the summit venue, Bharat Mandapam. At the meeting, Foreign Secretary continued on page 10 In LAC infra push, Nyoma airbase next Debate 9 issues in session: Sonia to PM Ajay Banerjee Tribune News Service New Delhi, September 6 Aiming to match the Chinese infrastructure across the Line of Actual Control (LAC), Defence Minister Rajnath Singh is scheduled to lay the foundation stone for an Indian Air Force base in eastern Ladakh’s Nyoma on September 12. The Border Roads Organi- INDIA NYOMA Leh CHINA Punjab cops ‘hand in glove’ with illegal miners, says HC New Delhi, September 6 The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered the Manipur Police not to take coercive action against four members of the Editors Guild of India till Monday in connection with two FIRs registered against them for allegedly promoting enmity between two communities in the ethnic violence-hit state. Asking the Manipur Government to respond to the Editors Guild of India’s petition, a three-judge Bench led by CJI DY Chandrachud posted the matter for further New Delhi, September 6 Days after DMK scion Udhayanidhi Stalin compared Sanatan Dharma with diseases that warranted eradication, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday directed Union Ministers to mount a strong and appropriate response to the rant. “These condemnable and offensive remarks require a proper response,” the PM said to ministers at the Union Council of Ministers’ meeting on Wednesday where the PM also told his colleagues to avoid VIP frills during the G20 summit and assemble in the Parliament complex every day to use the shuttle service RAJNATH TO UNVEIL 90 BRO PROJECTS ON SEPT 12 sation (BRO), under the Ministry of Defence, would build the project at an estimated cost of Rs 214 crore within two years. Nyoma, located at an altitude of 13,700 feet on the banks of the Indus, is some 180 southeast of Leh. It is a naturally flat area and is being used by helicopters and special operation planes such as C-130J that can land continued on page 10 Tribune News Service New Delhi, September 6 Caste census, “occupation” of Indian territory by China and formation of a joint parliamentary committee (JPC) to probe transactions by the Adani Group are among the issues that featured in a letter written by Congress Parliamentary Party chairperson Sonia Gandhi to Prime c m y b Minister Narendra Modi for taking up for discussion during the upcoming special session of Parliament. In the letter, Sonia noted that the session was being held without any consultation with other political parties, which were clueless about the agenda. She, however, said the Opposition would “most certainly” like continued on page 10 SUGGESTED AGENDA 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Caste census in Bihar ‘Occupation’ of land by China JPC probe into Adani Group Rise in prices of essentials Growing unemployment Problems faced by MSME sector Manipur ethnic violence Rift between states and Centre Impact of natural disasters IN BRIEF EAM meets Lavrov in Jakarta, discusses G20 NEW DELHI: EAM S Jaishankar met his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov in Jakarta on Wednesday and discussed G20 and bilateral cooperation. BACK PAGE DCGI issues advisory against digene gel NEW DELHI: DCGI Rajeev Singh Raghuvanshi has issued an advisory to discontinue the use of antacid digene gel manufactured by Abbott India. IANS Netaji’s grandnephew Chandra Bose quits BJP KOLKATA: Chandra Bose, grand- nephew of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, quit the BJP on Wednesday over unfulfilled promises. PTI Ready to work as per law: CEC on ‘1 nation, 1 poll’ NEW DELHI: The ECI is ready to work as per law, said CEC Rajiv Kumar on Wednesday in context of ‘one nation, one poll’. TNS
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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.
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