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Monday, October 20, 2014, Chandigarh, India

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updated at 4:40 pm
BJP may decide Haryana Chief Minister tomorrow
CHANDIGARH: Having got a majority on its own for the first time in Haryana, the BJP is likely to decide its chief ministerial candidate on Tuesday.


People voted for BJP as they wanted change in Haryana: Cong 
 Haryana gets a relatively young legislature 

No clear mandate, still people blowing victory trumpets: Sena
MUMBAI: A day after BJP emerged as the single largest party in Maharashtra, Shiv Sena on Monday took a swipe at PM Narendra Modi, saying the "wave" seen during the campaign lost its force even before reaching the shores and expressed doubts over survival of the state amid a hung House.

Congress wins Manipur bypoll
J-K hospitals get solar power plants
‘Jammu Kashmir Arogya Gram Yojana' launched 
Dhaula Kuan gangrape case: All 5 convicts get life term
NEW DELHI: A Delhi court today awarded the maximum punishment of life sentence to five convicts in the sensational 2010 Dhaula Kuan gangrape case in which a BPO executive from the north-east was the victim.

NASA Mars orbiters safe after comet flyby 
WASHINGTON: All three NASA orbiters around Mars confirmed their healthy status after each took shelter behind the Red Planet during a period of risk from dust released by a comet that sped past Mars on Sunday .

Kohli, Kumar move up in ICC rankings 
DUBAI: India's Virat Kohli moved up to the second spot in the batting chart while Bhuvneshwar Kumar earned his maiden entry into the top 10 bowler's list, following their 2-1 ODI series win over West Indies, in the latest (ICC) rankings released on Monday.

 

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Big wins for BJP in Haryana, Maharashtra
With 47 seats, party storms to power in Haryana for first time Is big boss in Maharashtra with 122 seats, set to form govt with support
Chandigarh/Mumbai/New Delhi, October 19
In a fiercely fought Assembly elections that put Prime Minister Narendra Modi's popularity to test following BJP's unprecedented victory in the Lok Sabha polls five months back, Haryana on Sunday gave the party a clear majority — BJP's first-ever in the state — and Maharashtra saw it emerge as the largest party.

Job done: BJP chief Amit Shah greets PM Narendra Modi. Photo: MR Bhui


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Khattar is Haryana CM front-runner
Chandigarh, October 19
Manohar Lal Khattar could be the next Chief Minister of Haryana. Khattar, who won from the Karnal Assembly segment, is said to be close to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Prior to the BJP Parliamentary Board meeting, Haryana BJP chief Ram Bilas Sharma's name was also being considered for the top post.

Haryana Results 2014
BJP makes history
The Congress wanted the voter to see the ‘development’, the INLD appealed to the Jat, but the BJP had its Modi and that ensured it an easy ride home. The Tribune brings you the full Haryana Assembly election results, with details of all winners and runners-up of each constituency in alphabetical order in this special pullout.

BJP capable of striking alone: Shah
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Maha top job: Fadnavis leads race
Mumbai, October 19
The BJP, the single largest party in Maharashtra, has multiple contenders for the post of Chief Minister. While the party leadership is said to be backing Devendra Fadnavis, there are several others like Vinod Tawde, Leader of the Opposition in the legislative council, and Eknath Khadse, who headed the party in the last Assembly.

Modi-Shah combo delivers yet again
Verdict sends a subtle message to all allies
New Delhi, October 19
The BJP juggernaut under Narendra Modi-Amit Shah is rolling on like never before, crushing political opponents standing in the way. Four months after its resounding victory in the General Election, the results of Assembly polls in Haryana and Maharashtra reinforced the BJP's supremacy in its march towards emerging as a party with pan-India presence.

Jr. hockey team retains Johor Cup
Johor Bahru, October 19
Harmanpreet Singh converted two penalty corners to help India sucessfully defend their Sultan of Johor Cup U-21 hockey title, beating Great Britain 2-1 in a keenly-contested final. (Details on Sports page)

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