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Tuesday, November 25, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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Polling kicks off in J-K today amid security concerns
Call for boycott as 15 constituencies go to polls
123 candidates in fray
Jammu/Srinagar, November 24
Amid tight security, calls for boycott by separatists and freezing temperatures, 15 out of 87 Assembly constituencies in seven districts of Jammu and Kashmir will go to the polls in the first phase tomorrow.
Security personnel and election officials carry electronic voting machines to a polling station in Doda on Monday. Nation page: Polling in 13 Maoist-hit Jharkhand seats today


Security personnel and election officials carry electronic voting machines to a polling station in Doda on Monday. PTI



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Oppn toughens stand as PM seeks productive session
New Delhi, November 24
Cold shouldering Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who appealed for a productive Winter Session today, the Opposition Congress, the Trinamool Congress and the JD-U today toughened their stand on government’s reform agenda hinting at fireworks when the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha meet tomorrow for business.
PM Narendra Modi with his Cabinet colleagues on the first day of the winter session of Parliament in New Delhi. Editorial: Time for sound & fury


PM Narendra Modi with his Cabinet colleagues on the first day of the winter session of Parliament in New Delhi. Mukesh Aggarwal

Birender, Prabhu set for RS berths
Chandigarh, November 24
Union Ministers Birender Singh and Suresh Prabhu, who are slated to file their nominations for the Rajya Sabha from Haryana tomorrow, are set to enter the Upper House unopposed.

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Probe findings not a clean chit, SC tells Srinivasan
New Delhi, November 24
The Supreme Court today rejected N Srinivasan’s claim that “there is nothing against” him in the findings of the probe panel that had gone into allegations of betting and spot fixing in T20 cricket matches of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

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PUNJAB: Opposition guns for ‘Majhe Da Jarnail’

HARYANA: Cops booked for thrashing scribes in Barwala

J&KSupremacy of regional players at stake

HIMACHAL: Resort director denies info about Tara Devi tree felling
UTTARAKHAND: DMC approaches HC on Pacific Hills apartments issue

CHANDIGARH: Youth stabbed to death

LUDHIANA: Gap between commuters, chaos narrows

DELHI: DPCC forms 24-member poll panel

OPINIONS: Time for sound & fury

NATION: Mamata threatens to take fight against BJP to Delhi

BUSINESS: To boost realty sector, govt plans interest subvention scheme
SPORTS: Pacers warm up nice and easy
WORLD: Iran N-talks extended till July after deadline expires

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Below normal storage in HP, Punjab reservoirs
New Delhi, November 24
After experiencing a deficient monsoon during the kharif season, the northwest is facing another challenge — below normal storage in the six important reservoirs in the region in Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Rajasthan in the ongoing Rabi season.

Newborn deaths: Doctor suspended, SMO shifted
Ludhiana, November 24
The Punjab Government has suspended a gynaecologist and transferred the Senior Medical Officer of the Ludhiana Civil Hospital following deaths of five newborns at the Mother and Child Hospital on Sunday.

With processing plant in Gurdaspur, Amul milks its way into Punjab
Chandigarh/Amritsar, Nov 24
Asia’s leading cooperative society Amul India today launched its operations in Punjab by processing milk at a leased plant at Batala in Gurdaspur district. Amul’s entry will not only challenge Verka of Milkfed, Punjab’s state-owned dairy cooperative, but also promise better returns for state’s dairy farmers.

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