18092023-TTB-01.qxd 18-09-2023 00:30 Page 1 13 CHANDIGARH | GURUGRAM | JALANDHAR | BATHINDA | VOL. 7 NO. 258 | 16 PAGES | ~5.00 | REGD. NO. CHD/0006/2021-2023 ESTABLISHED IN 1881 BOPANNA ENDS DAVIS CUP CAREER WITH WIN IN FINAL TIE SPORT /thetribunechd ROAD CONNECTIVITY TO KINNAUR RESTORED AFTER 10 DAYS HP DEVISE PLAN TO SAVE CROPS FROM WATERY GRAVE INFOCUS PM OPENS YASHOBHOOMI, INDIA EYES PIE IN EVENT TOURISM BACK PAGE monday | 18 september 2023 /thetribunechd www.tribuneindia.com Women’s quota Bill demand resonates at all-party meet ■ India clinched their 8th Asia Cup title after routing defending champs Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in the final, with Mohd Siraj claiming careerbest 6-21 in Colombo. ■ Lanka were restricted to 50 in 15.2 overs, their lowest score versus India in ODIs. India achieved the target comfortably in 6.1 overs. MAGIC SPELL any bowler vs Lanka in ODIs ■ Took 16 balls to take 5 wkts, least by any bowler in ODIs ■ Became second bowler to grasp a six-fer in Asia Cup Tribune News Service Mohd Siraj 1st Indian to take 4 wickets in over ANI Facing 3 more FIRs, Nuh MLA’s remand extended Sumedha Sharma Tribune News Service Gurugram, September 17 Named as a key conspirator in three more FIRs pertaining to arson and communal violence in Nagina block of Nuh, the police remand of Congress MLA Mamman Khan has been extended by two days by a local court. The Internet services in Nuh have been suspended continued on page 9 SWITCHED OVER FROM CONGRESS, AKALI DAL Aditi Tandon 6/21 ■ Siraj’s figures are best by ‘Outsiders’ dominate Punjab BJP core panel Special Parl session from today | Govt may surprise with new agenda: Cong ASIAN CHAMPS NET SERVICES SUSPENDED FOR TWO MORE DAYS KEY CONSPIRATOR We have found Mamman Khan to be a conspirator in a few more FIRs. A probe is underway; we can’t give any further details. ❝ Narender Bijarnia, NUH SP New Delhi, September 17 Demands for the passage of the long-pending women’s quota Bill dominated the proceedings of the all-party meeting convened by the government on the eve of the special session of Parliament commencing here tomorrow. A majority of anti-BJP INDIA bloc parties led by the Congress called for the historic Bill to be passed. Congress leader in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said all Opposition parties had demanded the passage of the Bill. “So far as the agenda goes, only the government knows what it intends. It may surprise us all with some new agenda, although it has been said that the session will be regular,” Chowdhury said after the meeting where the government was represented by ministers Rajnath Singh, Piyush Goyal and Pralhad Joshi. Joshi, commenting on the demands for the women’s Bill, said, “An appropriate decision will be taken at an appropriate time.” The Bill Defence Minister Rajnath Singh chairs the all-party meeting in New Delhi. PHOTO: MANAS RANJAN BHUI NEW PARL TO OPEN ON GANESH CHATURTHI HOUSE CELEBRATES HEROES OF DEMOCRACY ■ India’s new Parliament ■ Ahead of the inauguration of new Parliament building on Ganesh Chaturthi on September 19, Vice-President Jagdeep Dhankhar on Sunday hoisted the Tricolour at the entrance gate. He was accompanied by LS Speaker Om Birla. RS Leader of Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge gave the occasion a miss. seeks to reserve one-third of the seats for women in Parliament and state Assemblies with regional parties such as the RJD learnt to have demanded quota within quota, Tricolour atop new Parliament. sticking to their old positions. Joshi said the meeting today paid tributes to security personnel who sacrificed their lives in Kashmir. On September 13, four security c m y b House will celebrate the cultural, artistic and intellectual heritage of the country and hail heroes of unity and democracy, right from Mughal emperor Akbar and Dara Shikoh to founder of the Sikh empire Maharaja Ranjit Singh and Maratha king Chhatrapati Shivaji. BACK PAGE personnel — Col Manpreet Singh, Commanding Officer, 19 Rashtriya Rifles; Major Ashish Dhonchak, J&K Police DSP Himayun Bhat continued on page 9 Vishav Bharti Tribune News Service Chandigarh, September 17 Outsiders, including former Congress and Akali leaders, have outnumbered “traditional BJP leaders” in the Punjab core committee of the party, which was announced today. A list of 61 office-bearers was released by state party president Sunil Jakhar. Nearly 30 of them have joined the party in the recent past. Of them, 14 joined from the Congress and nine from the SAD recently. In the BJP’s 21-member state Soldier abducted, killed in Manipur New Delhi, September 17 Unidentified persons abducted and killed an Indian Army soldier, Sepoy Serto Thangthang Kom, while he was on leave in Manipur. He was abducted from his house at Tarung in Imphal West around 10 am on September 16. He was deployed at Leimakhong Military Station, Manipur. As per the statement of his 10-year-old son, the only eyewitness to the crime, three miscreants entered their continued on page 9 Today’s issue is of 16 pages, including four-page Jalandhar Tribune. In 21-member committee, 11 leaders are new entrants ■ 61 office-bearers named by state party chief Sunil Jakhar; 30 joined recently ■ Of them, 14 switched over from the Congress and nine from the Shiromani Akali Dal core committee, traditional BJP leaders are themselves in a minority. Of the 21, just 10 continued on page 9 IN BRIEF Santiniketan makes it to UNESCO heritage list NEW DELHI: Santiniketan, the famed place in West Bengal where poet Rabindranath Tagore built Visva-Bharati, has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. BACK PAGE Molesters pull dupatta, UP girl run over by bike AMBEDKARNAGAR (UP): A student lost her life when two motorcyclists pulled her 'dupatta' in a molestation attempt due to which she fell off her bicycle and was run over by another motorcyclist. BACK PAGE
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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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