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LAC incursions serious: Modi to Xi
* PM seeks demarcation of boundary
* Chinese Prez wants early resolution of dispute
New Delhi, September 18
India and China today concluded talks amid the overhang of latest incursions in Ladakh with Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressing serious concern over repeated violations along the border.
Chinese President Xi Jinping with Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a meeting at Hyderabad House in New Delhi on Thursday Chinese President Xi Jinping with Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a meeting at Hyderabad House in New Delhi on Thursday. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal



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China to invest $20 bn in India; 12 pacts signed
New Delhi, September 18
India and China concluded a series agreements, pledging $20 billion investments in five years, opening up an additional route for the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra besides enhancing cooperation in railways and giving greater access to India’s pharma and farm products.

India, China agree to keep distance in Ladakh
New Delhi, September 18
Indian and Chinese troops, locked in a face-off at Chumar, South Eastern Ladakh, are holding onto their respective positions but agreed late last night to maintain a minimum distance.

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Civil Sectt reopens, but no work yet
Only 20% staff report for work
Srinagar, September 18
With the flood situation “improving fast” and the water level receding further, the Civil Secretariat, the seat of Jammu and Kashmir Government, re-opened today after 12 days after the unprecedented floods hit the summer capital city.
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Will Kingdom stay United? Verdict today
At stake is 307-yr-old union; Salmond the key player as Cameron faces tough task
Edinburgh, September 18
Scotland voted today on whether to stay within the United Kingdom or end the 307-year-old union with England and become an independent nation in a finely balanced referendum with far-reaching consequences. From remote highlands and islands to the tough city estates of Glasgow, people were equally divided over a vote watched closely by Britain’s allies, investors and restive regions at home and abroad.


India hope to match Guangzhou medal haul
Incheon, September 18
As the Asian Games begin today, India looks back at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games for hope and comfort. Every four years, the Commonwealth Games raise hopes in India, which frequently are dashed against the cold rocks of the Asian Games.
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