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Wednesday, September 17, 2014, Chandigarh, India

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Updated at 6:15 pm

Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in Ahmedabad
AHMEDABAD: Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Ahmedabad on Wednesday on a three-day visit, which is expected to define the relationship between the two neighbours who have had a troubled past.

J&K floods
Flood victims run from pillar to post to get relief material
SRINAGAR: Chaos has hit relief distribution in flood-ravaged Kashmir as some survivors of the natural calamity from the summer capital of the state are running from pillar to post to get food grains but to no avail.

Two militants killed in encounter
SRINAGAR: Two militants were on Wednesday killed in an encounter with security forces near the LoC in Macchil Sector of the Kashmir Valley. Two AK-47 rifles and one UBGL along with other war-like stores were also recovered from the site.

Former Assam DGP commits suicide
GUWAHATI: Former Assam Director General of Police Shankar Barua, quizzed recently by the CBI in connection with the Saradha scam, allegedly shot himself dead at his residence on Wednesday.

BJP should learn lesson from bypolls: Shiv Sena
MUMBAI: The Shiv Sena on Wednesday took potshots at the BJP for the reverses suffered by it in bypolls, saying it should learn a lesson and keep its "feet on the ground".

Murder case registered against Sharif
ISLAMABAD: The police on Wednesday registered murder cases against Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and several of his ministers in the killing of Opposition activists during anti-government protests here.

Sikh group asks FIBA to end ban on religious head coverings
PM pitches for schemes to make poor self-reliant



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Bypoll shocker for BJP
Loses 13 of its 24 seats in UP, Rajasthan, Gujarat
Big gain for SP, Cong
New Delhi, September 16
The results of the Assembly byelections have come as a blow for the BJP in Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Gujarat — the states it had swept in the Lok Sabha polls four months ago — losing 13 of the 24 seats held by it.

Editorial: Ouch! That hurt

SP workers celebrate their party's victory in Allahabad on Tuesday. SP workers celebrate their party's victory in Allahabad on Tuesday. PTI



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‘Acche din’ for Mulayam in UP
Lucknow, September 16
By retaining the Lok Sabha seat of Mainpuri by 3.20 lakh votes and wresting eight of the 11 Vidhan Sabha seats from the BJP, the Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh has stopped the saffron juggernaut in its track.

J-K flood fury 320 vehicles proceed towards Valley
Jammu-Srinagar highway reopens after 12 days
Ramsu (Ramban), September 16
After remaining closed for 12 days, the 300-km Jammu-Srinagar national highway, lifeline to the Kashmir Valley, was reopened for traffic today. Highway officials said 320 vehicles, mostly trucks stranded between Udhampur and Banihal, were allowed to proceed towards Srinagar after the passage was thrown open for vehicular movement around 7.30 am.

Vehicles ply on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway on Tuesday.   Vehicles ply on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway on Tuesday.

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PUNJAB: On mission rescue, SGPC team leaves for J&K

HARYANA: CM serves legal notice on Chautalas

J&K  Connect centre flooded with rescue, relief calls

HIMACHAL: J-K flood sees tourist flocking to state
UTTARAKHAND: UPNL employees climb atop water tank in protest

CHANDIGARH: MLA's troubles far from over

LUDHIANA: Factory workers stab owners

DELHI: Woman, daughter found hanging

OPINIONSOuch! That hurt

BUSINESSFed rate hike fears drag market down

NATION: Staff resent govt decision to reopen Secretariat tomorrow

SPORTS: Reaching for the stars
WORLD: Britain pledges state funding to Scotland

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In north Kashmir, floods displace 2.55 lakh
Srinagar, September 16
At least 150 villages with a population of nearly 2.55 lakh people have been hit hard by floods in Bandipore, Baramulla and Kupwara districts of north Kashmir.

Ladakh stand-off on, fresh meeting today
New Delhi, September 16
As the stand-off between Indian and Chinese troops continues at the remote Chumar region of the South Eastern Ladakh, New Delhi has assessed this as Beijing’s move to create a fresh dispute at a high mountain pass which provides Indian Army a commanding view over the Chepzi (Zhipuqi-Quebusi) area in China.

Modi for ‘inch to miles’ progress in ties with China
New Delhi, September 16
India and China appeared poised to take forward their centuries-old ties to a new level with Prime Minister Narendra Modi summing up the possibilities of the relations moving ahead "Inch towards Miles" even as Beijing suggested both countries turn to “oriental wisdom” to resolve the vexatious boundary issue.

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To ensure no water is diverted, Pak team to visit Chenab basin
Shimla, September 16
A Pakistani delegation will visit the Chenab basin in Himachal Pradesh on September 20 to see that there is no diversion of the river waters.

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