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Thursday, July 31, 2014, Chandigarh, India

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updated at 2:00 pm
Pune landslide: Toll rises to 28; rain hampers rescue efforts
PUNE: The death toll in the landslide at Malin village near here rose to 28 this morning even as rescue workers resumed operations, which were hampered during the night due to rains and poor visibility.

Four killed, 15 injured in Udhampur road crash
JAMMU: At least four people were killed and 15 injured in a road accident in Udhampur district of Jammu region late Wednesday.

Three killed, three missing in cloudburst in Tehri
DEHRADUN: Three women were killed in their sleep, three others went missing and a man was critically injured when a cloudburst hit Netad village in Tehri district, flattening their houses in the wee hours on Thursday.
Suhag takes over as new Army Chief
NEW DELHI: Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag, whose appointment as Army Chief had kicked up a row, today took over as the head of the 1.3 million strong force succeeding Gen Bikram Singh.

Gold eludes Indian wrestlers
GLASGOW: After a day of highs, there was disappointment in store for Indian wrestlers as they only garnered four silver medals and a bronze in the 2014 Commonwealth Games at the SECC Hall on Wednesday.

Five Indian boxers reach CWG semis

England in driving seat against India
SOUTHAMPTON: England look set to level the five-match series 1-1 after reducing India, who still need 333 runs to win, to 112 for four at stumps on day four of the third cricket Test at The Rose Bowl on Wednesday.



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Gadkari snooping row: Oppn wants JPC probe
Congress leads the charge
Rajnath says media reports false
New Delhi, July 30
Allegations of snooping at the residence of Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today rocked both Houses of Parliament with the Congress demanding a detailed inquiry saying this was like the snooping done by Gujarat Government on its people and MPs.

Houses buried in Pune landslip; 17 die
NDRF teams, UAVs search for survivors, bodies; PM mourns loss of lives
Mumbai, July 30
At least 17 persons were killed and several others injured following a landslide in Pune’s Malin village, causing extensive damage to houses. Sources here heavy rains on Tuesday caused a hillside to cave in at Malin village in Pune's Ambegaon taluka this morning.



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A mudslide after heavy rains burried houses at Malin village in Pune district on Wednesday. A mudslide after heavy rains burried houses at Malin village in Pune district on Wednesday. AFP

Yadav relents, to withdraw his resignation
Chandigarh, July 30
A day after resigning as a minister from the Bhupinder Singh Hooda government, Power Minister Capt Ajay Yadav on Wednesday evening, it is learnt, decided to withdraw his resignation. The minister had put in his papers citing bias in development and appointments in government.

Follow coalition dharma, Akalis tell BJP leaders
Chandigarh, July 30
The divide between the ruling partners, the SAD and the BJP, is out in the open with the Akalis hitting back at BJP leaders reminding them of coalition dharma.

HSGMC gets down to work from today
Kaithal, July 30
Having failed to take possession of gurdwaras across the state, the executive of the Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (HSGMC) will meet tomorrow at its temporary office in Neem Sahib gurdwara here.

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Kerry visit focuses on N-reactors
India confirms progress on nuke deal with US; two reactors to be set up in Gujarat
New Delhi, July 30
As US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived here today for the 5th Indo-US strategic dialogue tomorrow, New Delhi confirmed that talks were on between the two countries for setting up two nuclear power reactors at Mithi Virdi in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state Gujarat.
US Secretary of State John Kerry arrives in New Delhi on a three-day visit to India on Wednesday. boosting ties US Secretary of State John Kerry arrives in New Delhi on a three-day visit to India on Wednesday. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal

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New Delhi, July 30
A study conducted by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has linked growing antibiotic resistance in humans to its large-scale, indiscriminate use in the poultry industry.

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