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Friday, August 22, 2014, Chandigarh, India
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Cong, BJP spar over booing of Oppn CMs
* After Hooda, jeers for Jharkhand CM Soren at PM function
* Prithviraj Chavan skips Modi event in Nagpur
New Delhi, August 21
The BJP and Congress were at daggers drawn today as Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan skipped Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s function at Nagpur and Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren was booed at PM’s event in Ranchi.
PM Narendra Modi is presented a turban by BJP leader Arjun Munda at a function in Ranchi on Thursday Editorial: CMs’ boycott of PM

PM Narendra Modi is presented a turban by BJP leader Arjun Munda at a function in Ranchi on Thursday. PTI




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Clashes mar bypoll in Talwandi Sabo
Bathinda, August 21
Byelection to Talwandi Sabo constituency witnessed an incident of firing in the afternoon followed by a clash between Congress and Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) supporters at Rama Mandi polling booth (IV) in Talwandi Sabo constituency in Bathinda district.
Congress and SAD supporters clash at Rama Mandi in Talwandi Sabo on Thursday Congress and SAD supporters clash at Rama Mandi in Talwandi Sabo on Thursday.
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SC wants Centre’s reply on ‘threat to sack’ Uttarakhand Governor
New Delhi, August 21
The Supreme Court today asked the Narendra Modi government to respond within six weeks to a PIL filed by Uttarakhand Governor Aziz Qureshi pleading for a directive to the Centre to desist from threatening Governors to quit or face removal.

Flood situation in UP grave, toll rises to 89
Lucknow, August 21
The flood situation remained grave in Uttar Pradesh where the toll rose to 89 today with reports of seven more deaths in the state whose eastern parts were worst hit.



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23 dead in HP mishap
Shimla, August 21
At least 23 persons, including six women, were killed and 20 others injured when a private bus rolled down into a gorge near village Rohtrung in Sangla area of Kinnaur district on Thursday.
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Political deadlock persists in Pak
Islamabad, August 21
Political crisis in Pakistan deepened today as talks broke down between the Opposition, led by Imran Khan and cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri, and the government.
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