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Saturday, November 22, 2014, Chandigarh, India

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Obamaís R-Day visit great chance for bolstering ties: US officials
WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obamaís proposed visit to India in January 2015 is a great opportunity to strengthen and expand bilateral strategic partnership, top American administration officials and experts have said.

Sharif asks Obama to raise Kashmir during India visit
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday asked US President Barack Obama to take up the Kashmir issue with the Indian leadership when he travels to India in January 2015.

Battling Ebola: The worst of humanitarian missions
KENEMA: An invisible, murderous enemy that puts caregivers in almost unbearable working conditions, Ebola is a gruelling test for even the most experienced humanitarian.

Fadnavis hopeful of breakthrough in talks with Shiv Sena
NEW DELHI: Voicing confidence of a breakthrough in talks with the Shiv Sena, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said it has been a friend of BJP, and the two parties will remain friends in the future.

J&K poll campaign
End dynastic rule: Modi
KISHTWAR (J&K): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday exhorted the people in Jammu and Kashmir town of Kishtwar to unshackle themselves from the yoke of dynastic politics.

Militants attack bus in Kenya, kill 28
NAIROBI: At least 28 persons were killed on Saturday in an attack on a bus in Kenya's Mandera county, authorities said. 

Indian cricket team leaves for Australia Test series


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In one of the bold decisions of his presidency that could benefit thousands of Indian techies seeking the Green Card, US President Barack Obama has unveiled sweeping immigration reforms that will shield almost five million illegal immigrants from deportation.


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In J&K, Cong chief promises rice at Rs 2, wheat at Rs 1 per kg
Chanderkot (Ramban)/Bandipore, November 21
Congress president Sonia Gandhi today accused the National Conference (NC) of creating hurdles in implementation of the Food Security Act in Jammu and Kashmir. The Act aims at providing foodgrains to the needy at subsidised rates.
Congress chief Sonia Gandhi at a rally in Ramban. Congress chief Sonia Gandhi at a rally in Ramban. Inderjeet Singh

Carjacking ends in death of ASI, accused in Kurukshetra
Kurukshetra, November 21
An Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) and an accused were killed in an encounter near Pipli chowk in Kurukshetra on Friday. The ASI was identified as Kuldeep Singh.


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HARYANA: Firearms seized from Rampalís ashram

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HIMACHAL: Landowner booked, green notice to govt
UTTARAKHAND: CM announces sops for hill industries

CHANDIGARH: Youth dies as car, scooter collide

LUDHIANA: Health Deptís haste may go waste

DELHI: DU student raped in Paharganj hotel

OPINIONS: Wow to Obama bow?

NATION: 2G: CBI Addl Director Dutta to head probe

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WORLD: Biden in Kiev as Prez Poroshenko heckled at Maidan anniversary

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TMC MP Srinjoy Bose at the CBI office in Kolkata on Friday.Kolkata, November 21
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) today arrested Trinamool Congress Rajya Sabha MP Srinjoy Bose for his alleged involvement in the multi-crore Saradha chit fund scam. The central agency also quizzed TMC minister Shyamapada Mukherjee and former TMC MP Somen Mitra (now in the Congress).
TMC MP Srinjoy Bose at the CBI office in Kolkata on Friday. PTI

LPG subsidy for rich may go, says Jaitley
New Delhi, November 21
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today indicated that the next reform agenda of the government will be to rationalise the LPG subsidy so that it is targeted and not available for the rich. Jaitley indicated that the government was considering doing away with the LPG subsidy for the well-off. "The next important decision India will have to take is whether people like me are entitled to get our LPG subsidy," he said at an event in New Delhi.

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