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Tuesday, September 23, 2014, Chandigarh, India

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Court calls for independent probe in police shootings
NEW DELHI: Calling for an independent and impartial probe, the Supreme Court on Tuesday said that in police shooting cases, the investigation into the incident will be undertaken either by the state CID or the police station other than the one involved in it.

Cong, NCP seat-sharing talks inconclusive 
MUMBAI: Congress and NCP leaders met this morning to decide on seat sharing for Maharashtra Assembly elections but the talks were "inconclusive." 

ASIAN GAMES 
Ghosal gives India maiden silver in Asiad squash
INCHEON: Top seed Saurav Ghosal lost to Abdullah Al Muzayen of Kuwait 2-3 in the men's singles final of the squash event and had to settle for a silver medal, India's first in the discipline at Asian Games, at the Yeorumul Squash Courts.

Bindra shoots bronze in men's 10m air rifle

US, allies launch first strikes on IS in Syria
WASHINGTON: The United States and several Gulf Arab allies launched air and missile strikes on Islamic State strongholds in Syria on Tuesday, US officials said, opening a new, far more complicated front in the battle against the militants.

Large quantities of medicines, vaccines sent to J-K
SRINAGAR: The Centre has dispatched large quantities of medicines and vaccines to flood-affected Jammu and Kashmir to prevent outbreak of water borne diseases.

Over 3,500 babies born in hospitals in Kashmir during floods

'Modi visit, a chance to progress on key Indo-US issues'
WASHINGTON: Underlining that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit presents an opportunity for progress on key issues in Indo-US ties, a top American think tank has said the two countries must ensure that it is the beginning of "renewed attention" towards each other than a one-off attempt.

Beware! Gym days fuel alcohol consumption
NEW YORK: Now, you may know why you drink more on days when you hit the gym or attend aerobic classes at the neighbourhood park - as a reward for sweating out! Using smartphone technology, a fascinating study has found that that on days when people exercise more - typically Thursdays to Sundays - they also drink more alcohol too.

Five killed in road mishap in Uttarakhand

J&K floods: Helpline numbers
Control rooms at Srinagar, Jammu and New Delhi to monitor and coordinate rescue and relief operations can be reached at Jammu & Kashmir House (011)-24611210 and 24611108;  Srinagar 0194-2452138;  Jammu 0191-2560401; and Home Ministry's control room in New Delhi at: (011) 23093054, 23092763, 23093564, 23092923, 23092885, 23093566, 23093563 


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BJP climbs down on M’rashtra seats
Amit Shah tells Sena chief Uddhav: Willing to contest 130 seats
New Delhi, September 22
Uddhav Thackeray  and Amit ShahThe BJP today showed signs of softening on sharing seats with the Shiv Sena for the upcoming Maharashtra Assembly elections, saying it was willing to contest 130 seats, instead of 135.

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Haryana elections: Cong lines up 40 star campaigners 
New Delhi, September 22
Struggling to reach a consensus
on the candidature in Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi at least 22 Assembly segments of Haryana, the Congress today firmed up its campaign strategy for the state and decided to release the party’s election manifesto in Chandigarh on October 1.

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Amritsar dealer in tax evasion linked to Joshi
Chandigarh, September 22
Punjab Excise and Taxation Department has detected massive tax evasion by an Amritsar-based supplier of Haldiram goods in Punjab.

J-K flood fury
Handicraft traders count losses
As water recedes, Valley traders on salvage mission
Srinagar, September 22
A store employee sorts stock at a garment shop in Srinagar.Samdan Handicrafts is an old and famous address on Residency Road in Srinagar, where almost every shop stands destroyed by flood waters that entered the city on September 7. 

A store employee sorts stock at a garment shop in Srinagar.

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PUNJAB: 24x7 supply still a dream

HARYANA: Efforts for ‘maha alliance’ fizzle out 

J&K: Floods leave trail of debris in Dal Lake backwaters

HIMACHAL: 3-member panel to review fee hike
UTTARAKHAND: Manch: Frame people-centric, holistic rehabilitation policy

CHANDIGARH: CBI suspends Inspector

LUDHIANA: 33 water samples fail test

DELHI: Outer Ring Road corridor hits religious hurdle

OPINIONS:Finally, a deal

BUSINESSBlack money: India calls for automatic exchange of info

NATION: 15 killed in flood, landslides in Meghalaya, Guwahati

SPORTS: Bindra to take it easy
WORLD: Thousands rally globally over climate change

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Omar seeks liberal aid for rehabilitation 
Srinagar, September 22
Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has sought liberal and an extraordinary package from the Central government for rehabilitation of the flood-affected people and reconstruction of the damaged infrastructure in the state.

Floods leave trail of debris in Dal Lake backwaters
Srinagar, September 22
 With almost every family here having a sad tale to narrate after the devastating floods, residents of Mir Behri living in the Dal Lake backwaters are all the more worried.(Details on J&K page)

ISRO successfully test-fires Mars orbiter’s main engine
Bangalore, September 22
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) scientists today successfully reignited the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) spacecraft’s main engine for four seconds.
“Test firing successful! We had a perfect burn for 4 seconds as programmed. The trajectory has been corrected.

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