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Thursday, November 27, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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PM move to connect SAARC hits Pak bump
Modi says India keen on boosting link, trade
Sharif blocks signing of key agreements
Bonhomie lost? Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif walks past PM Narendra Modi during the SAARC summit.Kathmandu, November 26
Seeking to undo the perception of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation that differences among its member-states drag its progress, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today promised India’s willingness to take a lead in increasing connectivity and trade among the countries of the region.

Bonhomie lost? Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif walks past PM Narendra Modi during the SAARC summit. PTI



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Punjab Cabinet nod to 1 lakh homes for poor
Chandigarh, November 26
With the Punjab Government battling drug charges and fiscal crisis, the Punjab Cabinet, which met here today, seems to be finding a way into the hearts of voters by okaying a plethora of sops for almost all sections of society.

Minor’s rape rocks Uttarakhand Assembly
Dehradun, November 26
The Uttarakhand Assembly proceedings were today stalled several times after the Opposition BJP demanded an urgent debate on the recent rape and murder of a seven-year-old girl in Haldwani.

Haryana’s decision to lower retirement age comes under fire
Chandigarh, November 26
Manohar Lal KhattarThe Haryana Government’s decision to lower the retirement age of its staff to 58 years within months of the previous Hooda government enhancing it to 60 years has come as a shock to three lakh employees, who have termed it nothing short of a political vendetta.
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