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Tuesday, July 29, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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Snooping: Cong seeks PM's reply
Surveillance at Gadkariís house haunts
Modi BJP dismisses reports, says no to probe
New Delhi, July 28
The controversy surrounding the alleged bugging of union minister Nitin Gadkariís residence snowballed today with the Opposition Congress seeking an inquiry into the matter and asking Prime Minister Narendra Modi to explain the issue in Parliament.

Snooping issue likely to figure in India-US talks
New Delhi, July 28
Reports of listening devices being found at Union Minister Nitin Gadkariís residence have added a new dimension to the upcoming India-US strategic dialogue here on July 31. Snooping by the USí National Security Agency on the BJP is likely to figure during the talks to be co-chaired by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and US Secretary of State John Kerry. 



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Curfew relaxation today passed off peacefully with no untoward incident being reported from any part of the city.
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Chandigarh, July 28
With the Punjab and Haryana High Court issuing a notice to Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Centre, UT and some others on a petition regarding the Haryana Sikh Gurdwara (Management) Act, chances of an extra-judicial intervention by the Governor or the Central Government are remote.

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Sikh Gurdwara Act Central or provincial subject, asks HC 
Chandigarh, July 28
HSGMC president Jagdish Singh Jhinda (C) along with his team members pays obeisance at the Golden Temple in Amritsar on Monday. Tribune photoThe Punjab and Haryana High Court today wanted to know whether the Sikh Gurdwara Act was enacted as a Central or provincial subject.

HSGMC president Jagdish Singh Jhinda (C) along with his team members pays obeisance at the Golden Temple in Amritsar on Monday. Tribune photo

Customs officialís wife shot at in Gurgaon 
Gurgaon, July 28
A 50-year-old woman, wife of a customs official, was shot at by three masked men at her house in Sector 31 here today. She was taken to a hospital where her condition was stated to be critical.

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HP babus peeved at being Ďtargetedí by Vigilance Bureau
Shimla, July 28
Upset over inquires being conducted by the Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau against decisions taken by them during the previous BJP regime, bureaucrats in the state have decided to approach the government.

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