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India says won’t join war on IS
‘Travellers of terrorism’ on Delhi-Washington radar
Modi winds up tour with ‘Thank You America’
Washington, October 1
Prime Minister Narendra Modi being welcomed by BJP leaders upon his arrival from the US, at AFS Palam in New Delhi on Wednesday. PTI India is not going to join "any coalition" in the ongoing fight against the Islamic State, the dreaded militant group in West Asia, but agreed to work with the US to deal with "travellers of terrorism" -- radicalised people who travel for participating in terror activities in that region.

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Washington DC: In stark comparison with the wall-to-wall coverage Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the US has received in the Indian media, reports on his meeting with US President Barack Obama were tucked inside two prominent US dailies on Wednesday morning.

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Washington DC: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama have produced a road map for the bilateral relationship that commits India and the US to new and diverse areas of collaboration in the years ahead.

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Ludhiana brothers shot in head from close range: Autopsy
Ludhiana, October 1
The controversy over the killing of two brothers in the Jamalpur “police raid” refuses to die down. In a fresh twist in the case, the autopsy report shows that the two youth were shot in the head from close range. The post-mortem report prepared by a board of three doctors — Jasbir Kaur, Suresh Kaushal and Seema Chopra — shows that the duo was shot from a distance of less than six feet.

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CLU scam: Minister, 4 Cong MLAs in dock as Haryana Lokayukta orders probe
Chandigarh, October 1
Chandigarh, October 1
Five Haryana Congress MLAs, including Health Minister Rao Narinder Singh, are in the dock in the Change of Land Use (CLU) scandal. The state Lokayukta today asked the police to investigate the case and report to it within three months. The Lokayukta held the allegations of demanding money for granting the CLU permission as a prime facie fit case under the Prevention of Corruption Act (PCA).

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